May 22, 2017 05:31 AM EDT
OnePlus has made its tones clear about the next smartphone: OnePlus 5. The handset is about to make its official debut in this summer only. Just before that, it has turned to be a part of an ample number of rumors. The expected specs of OnePlus 5 have now been hinted by potential benchmarking sites. Chinese social media has also been flourished by an alleged leaked image of the smartphone.
According to Trusted Reviews, a new snapshot of an alleged OnePlus 5 has been recently leaked on Chinese social networking website Weibo. The picture flaunts the back panel of the smartphone. As far as the image's reflection, OnePlus 5 would have a wider panel, possibly of 5.5-inch which was earlier indicated in leaks. From the beginning, OnePlus 5 has been mostly pointed to sport a tremendous dual-rear snapper setup. The newest image also shows a similar looking dual camera on the top end of the back panel, which has been vertically placed with a OnePlus official logo underneath it.
The surprising thing about it is that there is no occurrence of any fingerprint sensor on the backend of the alleged handset. This may be valid point towards other trustworthy sources' claims, as a potential one of them Express pointed that the fingerprint sensor would be boasted on the front end of OnePlus 5. Besides this, the report also indicated that according to the latest benchmarking, the smartphone would be powered by Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 835 chipset.
The revelation also pointed some relevant stakes about the smartphone's pricing context as well. It stated that OnePlus 5 would be sold with the price tag of $650, which approximately amounts to be £500. The closest existing rivals of the handset: Samsung Galaxy S8 is currently available for £689 and the basic iPhone 7 is now selling at £599.
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