May 18, 2017 07:45 AM EDT
OnePlus is getting all set to launch its next masterpiece, OnePlus 5, by the end of this summer. But ample amount of rumors and leaks associated with the handset have already started to make rounds over the internet. There is no official announcement have been made from OnePlus' end about the smartphone's features. But the benchmarking of a handset numbered as A5000 on AnTuTu's official website allegedly addressed to be OnePlus 5 has already revealed much about its specs and attributes.
According to AndroidPure, the benchmarking has unveiled some surprising indications about its long thought dual rear camera. The render has spotted that the snapper will be shaped as a round-edged rectangle panel, leaving behind the earlier thoughts of an oval shape of the same. Also, there has been a potential discovery of both vertical and horizontal orientations of the back shooter. According to some trustworthy sources, the horizontal orientation will make OnePlus 5 look jus alike OnePlus 3T. The reports claim that the sensor boasted on the rear camera will be of 16 MP capacity. The front selfie clicker would also come with a 16 MP sensor alongside face recognition technology.
BGR also hinted certain other major specifications of OnePlus 5. According to the report, the smartphone will be powered by Qualcomm's newest Snapdragon 835 chipset. OnePlus 5 will run on Android 7.1.1 out of the box. The handset will flaunt a Full HD display with 1920X1080 highest resolution capacity. As for memory, OnePlus 5 will boast a 6 GB RAM support coupled with 64 GB built-in memory. The smartphone is also said to follow Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus less bezel technology. Although, this point has not yet been specifically confirmed by the official sources.
The smartphone will also come with an Adreno 540 GPU for superlative graphics. All and all, it will be a beast of technicalities with an expected lower range price tag.
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