May 31, 2017 06:16 AM EDT
An internal email from OnePlus had leaked online revealing the release date of the OnePlus 5 on June 15. The email is made especially for the public to let them know the plan of the company.
According to GizmoChna, the new leaked internal mail revealed the coming of the OnePlus 5 on June 15. The Email was purposefully revealed to bring the plan of OnePlus for an open publicity release.
Android Headlines also reported that OnePlus had confirmed the arrival of the OnePlus 5 this summer several days ago. Now, the Email has seconded the news on the release date of the smartphone. However,it'ss still unknown whether the email pertaining to the coming of OnePlus 5 is legit or not.
To recall, the OnePlus 3 model was announced in the same month, the reason why people are expecting the OnePlus 5 to be released this June 15. Furthermore, rumors claim the discontinuation of the OnePlus 3T several months ago, hinting speculations that the OnePlus 5 is preparing for a big launch. Besides, its name OnePlus 5 have been already confirmed by the company, no wonder, it is really coming.
If this is true, then the fans of OnePlus 5 would be so lucky to experience a Qualcomm latest Snapdragon 835 processor and a front fingerprint sensor which are two of the proudest features of OnePlus 5. Furthermore, fans can also experience a dual camera setup on the back, Android 7.1 Nougat and a 6GB of RAM as confirmed features of the phone.
OnePlus had also partnered with DxO company quite recently to provide a great quality camera for the OnePlus 5, and it has been confirmed. Its body will be made up of metal, a 5.5-inch full HD or QHD AMOLED display screen with a flat surface including other sensors. Hopefully, the said release date of OnePlus 5 on June 15 would be final so its fans can test if it can be matched against the other high-end smartphones out there.
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