We already know that the next flagship killer of OnePlus will arrive this summer and will be called OnePlus 5 and, how could it be otherwise, the rumor parade has begun.
The leaks draw a device that would bet higher than its predecessors in aspects like the screen or the RAM.
The last leaks that we have been able to know come from several fronts. On the one hand, we have a new image that shows a rear view of the design of the terminal, where it stands out above all that double camera.
In addition, there are also more clues about their possible specifications through an online store.
Continuist design with double camera
A few days ago we talked about sketches of the alleged design with two finishes on the back, very much in the style of what Google did with the Pixel.
According to this image, the main difference from the rear of the OnePlus 5 would be the double camera, which is expected to have two 12-megapixel sensors. Also, note the antenna lines more disguised than those of the current model.
Returning to the sketches leaked a few days ago, the dual camera could also be present in the front, although there are still no specific details of this.
If confirmed, OnePlus would join the Oppo- initiated fashion with its F3 range that also bets on this dual configuration in the front so unusual.
Height Technical Characteristics
At the moment there is no confirmed date for the arrival of OnePlus 5, we only know that it will arrive in summer, but there are already stores like Geekbuying that include it in its list of products, with price and features included.
According to this online store, the OnePlus 5 will have a Snapdragon 835 processor that will be accompanied by 8 GB of RAM – that’s if the 6 GB of the OnePlus 3 seemed to us little.
In addition, the Chinese company would bet on a 5.5-inch screen with QHD or 2K resolution, nothing FullHD like so far, and a battery of 4,000 mAh. The price would be 450 dollars.
It should be noted that we are talking about unconfirmed leaks, so the OnePlus 5 could be very different from what these sources say, but if it ends up being confirmed, surely the OnePlus 5 will make things difficult to the more traditional high end.
What do you expect from the OnePlus 5?