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Published: Mon, May 15, 2017
Research | By Jennifer Evans

Smartphone OnePlus 5 appeared in various body colors


Running Android 7.1, the OnePlus 5 features the same dual-nano SIM setup from previous models, and the cameras are 23- and 16-MP devices. All of that users can enjoy for long hours with its alleged massive 4,000 mAh camera, which should last a while, even with the battery being consumed mostly by the heavy-duty display. The details also happen to match up with a leaked specs sheet posted to Slashleaks earlier in the week. It will be interested to observe how the consumers react to the different launches - chiefly to the OnePlus 5 smartphone and the speculated Microsoft Surface Phone. The OnePlus 5 will be a tad costlier than the OnePlus 3T, but that's the price you will be paying for the flagship class smartphone.

According to the report, the OnePlus 5 smartphone will feature a 5.5-inch QHD display with a resolution of 2560 by 1440 pixels, 8GB of RAM, 64GB of expandable internal storage that can be expanded up to 128GB using a microSD card.

But when it comes to specs and price, it will be hard to beat the OnePlus 5, which might be able to entice more consumers because of its affordability. OnePlus 5 is expected to pack the best in class specifications but will come at a price that is half of what the other flagships cost.

Coming to OnePlus 5's listing on Geekbuying, the Snapdragon 835 would be powering the OnePlus 5 along with 8 GB of RAM. The Geekbuying specs, however, suggest there will only be one shooter.

As will be realized the mechanism of the color change of the hull in OnePlus 5, not reported - perhaps the body will be solid, and then have to make a choice of color when buying, but has a chance to get a removable back cover and interchangeable copies.

The screenshot shows the OnePlus 5's impressive scores of 1963 for single-core and 6687 for multi-core. Out of all these specs, the price is Samsung's real reason to worry. Recently, the OnePlus 5 was spotted on Geekbuying, a Chinese retailer site even though the phone has not been officially announced.

If any Android phone is going to topple the Galaxy S8 this year, it's the OnePlus 5.

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