Leaked OnePlus 5 render exposes dual-camera setup on back

The next phone made by OnePlus might follow the never-ending dual-camera trend.

The OnePlus 5 should be launching within the next couple of months, and we’re starting to get an idea of what to expect from OnePlus’ 2017 flagship.

Before you see the render, please keep in mind that it is only a render created based on information from people close to the source. This is not a leak of the actual phone or even a prototype; therefore, you still have to wait to get a clearer idea of what the OnePlus 5 will look like. So, with that remembered, here is a render of the OnePlus 5.

That’s a dual-camera you see on the back of the phone. According to sources, the OnePlus 5 will ship with two rear cameras that work together for enhanced clarity and accuracy. The LED flash, however, remains solo unlike other phones that go with a two-tone approach.

Aside from the camera, India Today says the OnePlus 5 will resemble the OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T. Apparently the upcoming phone will show a “similar metal frame made of brushed aluminum and will possible have the similar rounded edges.” And, like the its predecessor, the OnePlus 5 should have a fingerprint scanner located on the front rather than the back.

Other speculated specifications include a 5.5-inch display, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835, 6GB of RAM, and 64GB / 128GB of internal storage.

OnePlus hasn’t said when it will launch a new phone; however, when it does, we’ll be covering it for you on Talk Android. It’s likely the OnePlus 5 debuts in June with a release date around the same time. So the wait shouldn’t be too much longer.

Source: India Today
Via: Phone Arena

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