OnePlus 5 global launch will take place on June 20 at 9.30 pm India Standard Time (IST). In addition, the leaked images can confirm that the back of this phone will feature a dual-lens camera, but the exact details are still unclear. It should also enable users to zoom-in without compromising picture quality.
Confirmation of the rather large amount of memory came via a prematurely published listing on an Indian ecommerce website, spotted and tweeted by Evan Blass earlier this month.
While the company had put great emphasis on tweaks surrounding the overall performance and design of the device, the main area that they have tried to improve is the touch latency. The company's co-founder was quick enough to defend the new flagship's design. The launch will be supported by "pop-up events" in London (at 5pm), Berlin, Copenhagen, Helsinki and Paris. In any case, regardless of that, OnePlus has never fabricated a phone that could outdo the best cameras available.
The OnePlus 5 is officially being unveiled tomorrow, which means that eager leakers only have a day left to get their top-secret pics out into the wild. It will be the follow-up to the OnePlus 3T as the number 4 is unlucky in China.
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However, the OnePlus 5 doesn't have a similar ease advantage its antecedents delighted in; it's the costliest phone OnePlus has ever made. The 6GB RAM variant is priced at Rs. 32,999, whilst the 8GB RAM variant is priced at Rs. 37,999. As of now, OnePlus 5 will be coming with the latest Android 7.1.1 Nougat out of the box. A major highlight of the phone is that it is expected to come with iPhone 7 Plus-like setup. This will be almost five percent less battery capacity seen on the OnePlus 3T, which uses a 3400mAh battery.
OnePlus 5 is powered by Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 835 SoC clocked at 2.35GHz. On the other hand, the pricing aspect of the device has not been quite clear.
OnePlus 5 is also rumoured to sport a 5.5inch multi-touch display with a 2560x1440 resolution - a step-up from the Chinese company's current flagship device, OnePlus 3T, which has a 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution.