|· OnePlus 5 will feature Dual Camera with LED flash|
|· Might feature 8 GB RAM and 64/128 GB ROM|
|· Hybrid second slot can be featured for second sim/memory card|
OnePlus smartphone has performed really well in the smartphone market starting with OnePlus One and the last launch OnePlus 3T. And this time the firm is coming with another flagship smartphone, the OnePlus 5 which is expected to be launched in next two months.
There are a number of rumors being rolling out in the news about the specs and design of the smartphone and this time an image showing the rear panel has been displayed. The image posted by IndiaToday shows that the smartphone would be coming with a dual camera setup in a vertical order and below them LED flash would be featured. As per IndiaToday the image has been sourced from the people who has seen the OnePlus 5 and rather has worked on the smartphone.
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On the design front, the smartphone is expected to come with the same design that the consumer saw in the OnePlus 3T. Similar to it the OnePlus 5 will be coming with the aluminium metal frame with rounded edges and seamless back cover. However in the image we cannot see the fingerprint sensor on the back panel, which could make us think that the device might be featuring it on the front under the screen display.
Let’s talk about the expected specification that OnePlus 5 might be featuring. It is expected that the device might be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC alongside having 8 GB of RAM onboard. It might come in two storage variants of 64 GB and 128 GB. This time an expandable storage slot can be showcased by the firm which can give a capacity of additional 256 GB. However this could also be a hybrid slot for secondary SIM or memory card.
Along with the dual camera setup on the rear end, a 16-megapixel camera is expected on the front, along with a 4000 mAh battery with company’s Dash Charge technology. On connectivity front, OnePlus 5 will be coming with type-C port and will be running on Android Nougat OS.
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