Like the OnePlus 5 is turning out to be, it looks like the Galaxy S8 buyers are going to regret their purchase. OnePlus 5 is expected to pack the best in class specifications but will come at a price that is half of what the other flagships cost. These leaks are making us even more eager while waiting for the official details.
The OnePlus 5 got listed on another website with all its details a while ago and the recent listing on Geekbuying also mentions the same specifications and the leaked image. It is possible that the website is putting together all the information available about the phone on the internet or maybe they have their own source to confirm the details.
If you don’t know already, the OnePlus 5 name has already been confirmed by the company and the ‘OnePlus 4’ name will be entirely ditched due to a belief associated with the number 4 in China and a few other Asian countries.
For the specifications, a plenty of leaks have confirmed that the 2017 flagship killer will sport a 5.5-inch display like its predecessors but with a QHD resolution. Apart from this, it will be powered by the latest and incredibly powerful Snapdragon 835 processor which will be supported by either 6GB or 8GB of RAM.
Another attraction of the phone would be its camera as OnePlus will be using a dual camera setup on the back with 23MP sensors. The front will have a 16MP camera. For the battery capacity, some reports suggest 3600mAh while the other say 4000mAh. But it is confirmed that the OnePlus 5 will have support for an improved Dash Charge 2.0. It will be running Android 7.1.1 Nougat at launch.
The listing, however, says that the phone will come with a single rear-facing camera, but the accompanying image shows dual camera sensors. The design of the phone is more or less same as the OnePlus 3T and OnePlus 3 with minor changes here and there.
You can also see the pricing of the phone is USD and it says $449.99. This is in line with the price of the phone that was leaked in the previous leaks. The OnePlus 5 will be a tad costlier than the OnePlus 3T, but that’s the price you will be paying for the flagship class smartphone.