New Benchmark Info Confirms Top End Specs; To Carry 6GB of RAM

OnePlus 5

The listing confirms many features we've come to expect already, such as dual cameras on both the front and back of the phone 23-megapixel on the back and 16-megapixel on the front. We can't say we're surprised by any of the freshly revealed OnePlus 5 information though, including all the basics of a relatively affordable 2017 high-end Android handheld. In one of the renders, the vertical dual camera is placed above the OnePlus logo which is situated at the center. Do note that this prototype image looks very different than the one that surfaced on Weibo over the weekend.

The source continued claiming OnePlus would be "looking at a significantly higher price point due to components and design" as well as saying it will cost as much as $650 (about £500, AU$880).

The OnePlus 5 is in the making, and from all that has leaked online of the upcoming handset, Samsung should have enough reasons to be anxious for its current flagship, the Galaxy S8. The smartphone is likely to run Android 7.1.1 Nougat out of the box, reported Slash Gear.

OnePlus 5 will be launched this Summer but the expected dual-camera setup on the phone is increasingly becoming a mystery. Some reports, including this one, indicates that it will be vertically aligned, but other indicates that it will be aligned horizontally.

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The OnePlus 5 is powered with Qualcomm Snapdragon 835, which is the latest processor for mobile devices from Qualcomm. The screen size will be of 5.5-inch. Some rumours initially did suggest it will stick with 6GB RAM, but then nothing is official unless it comes from OnePlus.

It is also reported that it will come with a bigger 3600 mAh battery (Evan Blass leaked a 4000 mAh non-removable battery).

The OnePlus 5's AnTuTu benchmark results have also leaked and it indicated that the dual camera will have 16 megapixels each.

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