After several rounds of leaks and rumors, it finally seems that we got the full details of the OnePlus 5 that we have always wanted. Though not official, this online listing gives us a detailed look at highly-anticipated OnePlus flagship and the specs are in line with what we have been seeing in the leaks.
GearBest has got the phone listed on their website with a button to give you the ‘arrival notice’. The listing is accompanied by an image of a seemingly OnePlus device with thinner bezels than its predecessor and dual camera on the back.
Interestingly, the image is similar to what was earlier leaked by India Today and was later termed to be fake. An image of possibly the OnePlus 5 was mistakenly leaked by Carl Pei yesterday on his Instagram post. Both the images show an entirely different camera setup with one having horizontal placement and the other with a vertical setup.
Moreover, the image listed on GearBeat has also been shared by the popular tipster Evan Blass via Gamesbeat. He is known in the industry as a trustworthy provider of inside information of the unannounced devices. We can say with a fair share of assurance that the image is indeed of the upcoming OnePlus 5.
The listing also provides all the specifications of the phone along with the pricing. It confirms that the phone will be powered by a Snapdragon 835 processor and will have 8GB of RAM and internal storage of 64GB. It also says that the phone’s memory will expandable via microSD card, a feature that we haven’t seen on any OnePlus device.
Besides these, the OnePlus 5, as per the listing, will have a 23MP camera on the back dual camera setup and there will be a 16MP sensor on the front. A big bump to the screen can be seen with the resolution being increased to QHD on the same size of 5.5 inches. A 3600mAh has already been confirmed by many leaks, but we need an assurance to confirm these specs.
For the price, the website lists $688 as the price of OnePlus 5, but it is highly unlikely that the phone will launch at this price. OnePlus was expected to price its next flagship somewhere around $350, and that seems to be closer to the real-world price than the one on GearBeat.
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