OnePlus 5 Leaks Horizontal Camera Design Images on Chinese Networking Website Weibo

OnePlus 5 Leaks Horizontal Camera Design Images on Chinese Networking Website Weibo

Yet another real-life image that's said to be depicting the OnePlus 5 has surfaced online this weekend on China's social media platform Weibo.

Most of the OnePlus 5 leaks show or describe a horizontal camera set-up at the middle of the phone, but a recent one shows a design similar to the iPhone 7 Plus.

The OnePlus 5, this year's "flagship killer" is now being pawned in a battle of leaks for its rumored dual camera setup. We also know that the camera is going to be a major focus for OnePlus, as the firm has teamed up with DxO Labs, a French company that builds image processing software - a partnership specifically focused on the OnePlus 5.

According to previous reports, the successor to the OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T will be powered by the Snapdragon 835, Qualcomm's first 10nm system-on-chip (SoC).

With OnePlus 3, the company bumped up the price in India to Rs 27,999 for the 64GB version. However, a new image has been leaked and it comes with the vertical positioning. There is probably a fingerprint scanner that will be embedded within the home button that faces the front of the device. The device appears cleaner as well, as there are no antenna lines.

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The same Android Authority report has said that OnePlus 5 could also be a more expensive smartphone.

OnePlus 5 which became the talk of the smartphone town after the initial hit with OnePlus 3/3T series which were released in 2016.

There are countless rumours and speculations about the next flagship killer from OnePlus- the OnePlus 5. The other version seems to have a RAM of 8 GB and an internal storage of 128 GB. Well, the OnePlus 5's façade is nothing special if fans are to believe the rumors. There is another thing which you want to see is the missing 3.5mm jack.

With the increasing interest in the OnePlus 5's release after the launch of the pricey Samsung Galaxy S8, more and more leaks are making its way to the internet. The users had to opt for buying conversion dongles or headphones for supporting the Lightning connection. We can also find a speaker grille at the bottom surrounding the USB Type-C port on both the sides.It does not include an audio jack on the image, which further adds to the confusion.

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