OnePlus 5 Vertical Dual Camera & Other Specs Confirmed

Today, a new leaked image of the upcoming OnePlus 5 is unveiled by a reliable source from India. And accordingly, OnePlus' flagship smartphone might have a dual rear camera setup. As of now, the sensors on the camera are not known yet, though render reveals a vertical rear camera setup on the left of the device.

OnePlus 5 New Leaked Image

The new leaked image of OnePlus 5 is based on the claims and pieces of evidence of people who have possibly worked on the production of the smartphone. Though the design is still subject to change, it is best to establish a certain look in order for possible buyers to see what the flagship may look like. One of the obvious things to notice on the image is that OnePlus 5 is set to reprise its black hue, according to GSMArena.

Aside from that, OnePlus is also keeping the metal construction seen from the OnePlus 3 and 3T. However, OnePlus 5 will have no visible antenna lines on the upper side of the back. There is a scarcely visible antenna band towards the bottom of the rear, which connects the "metal build" theory.

OnePlus 5 Vertical Dual Camera

Another noticeable and visible detail about the OnePlus 5 leaked image is that it comes with a vertical dual camera setup at the back. There have been various rumors and leaks regarding the phone but now, it is confirmed that it will have a dual camera on its rear. As for now, no additional details about OnePlus 5 are known, although it is expected to launch in the next two months. Aside from that, it will also hit key markets like India and China at the same time.

According to PCAdvisor, rumors also suggest that the upcoming OnePlus 5 will have a 21- or 23Mp camera. Other specs such as 8GB of RAM, a 3,500- to 4,000mAh battery with Dash Charge and 5.5in full-HD display are also reported. One thing smartphones enthusiasts are sure about of it is that the OnePlus 5 will run OxygenOS, a custom UI that will be based on the Android 7.0 Nougat.


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