New OnePlus 5 Leaked Renders Allegedly Confirms Dual Camera Feature

26 April 2017, 6:00 am EDT By Charles Lim Mobile & Apps
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There has already been a number of supposed leaks for OnePlus' next "flagship killer," to be called the OnePlus 5 instead of the OnePlus 4. However, the majority of the leaked specs seems to contradict each other, which is why there is still some confusion regarding what will be included in the final product. Now, a new render has popped up, which seemingly confirms at least one feature that will be coming.

According to a report, a new render of the upcoming flagship has reportedly emerged based on eyewitness testimony from several people who have alleged handled the device. The render apparently confirms that the OnePlus 5 may actually be coming with a dual camera setup similar to other flagship smartphones available in the market today.

Another thing that can be noticed from the recently published renders is the return of the black hue color that was featured on the OnePlus 3T. It can also be seen from the renders that OnePlus may have decided to move the fingerprint scanner to the front of the device this time around. The removal of the scanner from the back panel is likely to make room for the dual cameras and to avoid a cluttered look when looking at the device from behind.

According to GSM Arena, the OnePlus 5 looks to be constructed of the same materials as the OnePlus 3 and the OnePlus 3T. This means that the flagship may still retain its the all-metal build that is similar to its predecessors. However, the renders do show a lack of visible antenna bands, which means that OnePlus may have found a way to hide them behind the device's body.

As for the other rumored specs, the OnePlus 5 is expected to sport the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset, which could be paired with up to 8 GB of RAM. The device is also likely to sport a 5.7-inch Quad HD display that may feature an edge-to-edge design similar to that of the Galaxy S7 Edge.

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