OnePlus’ upcoming flagship, the OnePlus 5 has been officially revealed to launch on June 20, barely 13 days away. The flagship is expected to come with a Snapdragon 835 chip and a host of powerful specs. We have now gotten an exclusive real photo of the OnePlus 5 which was published recently by Android Police. They actually claim the photo was confirmed by an authoritative source as the actual image of the OnePlus flagship.
What this means is that all the leaked OnePlus 5 renders that have surfaced in the past are likely fake. Interestingly, we also spotted a similar render of the OnePlus 5 captured from a different angle. The image reveals quite a few things about the flagship device. One of such details is that the OnePlus 5 will come with a dual rear camera setup, something that has sort of being a regular in almost all the renders we have seen so far. However, the position of the camera is horizontal and not vertically aligned. There is also a laser sensor and a LED flash located on the right side of the dual camera module. The upcoming OnePlus flagship is said to feature a pair of 16-megapixel f/1.8 aperture lenses. OnePlus had confirmed it is in works with DxOLabs to ensure that OnePlus 5 will be able to deliver stellar photography experience and quite honestly, the sample photos we have seen confirms it sure would be a powerful setup.
We can also find the dedicated mute button as well as the volume buttons on the left side of the OnePlus 5 while the power button sits on the right side. Up at the front, a selfie camera is located on the left side of the earpiece. The upper region shows the presence of a large bezel housing the selfie camera and earpiece. The OnePlus 5 comes with ultra-thin bezels on both sides but even though we didn’t get to see the bottom aspect, there is likely a commensurate amount of bezel as found on the upper part. The device is said to pack a front fingerprint sensor and that should sit on the bottom bezel.
We’ll get to find out about the full specification of the device when it goes official on June 20.
Source: Android Police