It's now nearly certain the OnePlus 5 has a dual-lens camera
- Author: Arturo Norris Jun 04, 2017,
Jun 04, 2017, 2:18
Interestingly, the company's doing a bit of crowdsourcing PR for the handset's box, asking Weibo users to vote which box is best amongst a number of choices. For your reference, the OnePlus 3T was loaded with a 3400mAh battery. It was also mentioned that the new device should be unveiled and a big possibility on that is the release of the OnePlus 5. This format allows for sharper images even under low light conditions. The majority is adamant that the phone will have dual cameras, while a minority believes that it will still have a single camera on the back. While the company has already confirmed few specs of the phone, a roundup of all the rumours and leaks of the phone will help you get a clearer idea of what the smartphone could bring to the table. The Huawei P9 and Huawei P10 are the examples that come to mind. Other phone makers simply placed two different kinds of lenses for their respective smartphones. The second configuration is the wide angle camera + telephoto sensor made popular by the iPhone 7 Plus. The battery life on the OnePlus 3T was pretty good and hence the same can be expected from the OnePlus 5 as well.
OnePlus co-founder and CEO, Pete Lau, revealed on Weibo (via Phonearena.com), China's version of Twitter, that the OnePlus 5 will be thinnest flagship smartphone when it launches. And according to a new poster leak, June 15 is the possible launch date of the new flagship of OnePlus.
This is going to be the USP of OnePlus 5. Would you be interested in buying this smartphone when it comes out?
We have been seeing a lot of leaks and rumors about the upcoming OnePlus 5 smartphone, which is expected to launch on June 15th.
That's hardly peanuts, but if OnePlus can keep it around the ₹40,000 mark while offering flagship-level performance, it'll still be able to claim it's the natural choice for bargain hunters.
The OnePlus 5 will be powered by the top-end Snapdragon 835 processor, semiconductor company Qualcomm revealed this month.
Someone reportedly leaked a photo of the side of the box that will hold the OnePlus 5 to Android Authority, and it's an especially important leak because it appears to clear all doubt about whether the phone will have a dual-lens camera.