OnePlus 5 clear image leaks, shows everything!

OnePlus 5 clear image leaks, shows everything!

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It seems that Evan Blass (a.k.a @evleaks) managed to impress everyone again and just a few hours before its official unveiling the device shows up on our PC screens as you can see for yourselves 😉

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The OnePlus 5 “flagship killer”

It looks as expected obviously, with several teaser images having already confirmed its final design, but it’s always good to be able to see a clear image of the back and front of the next “flagship killer” from OnePlus. We have also leaks regarding its possible pricing however, based on a a teaser leaked from Amazon recently. According to it, the 6GB RAM + 64GB ROM version will be priced at Rs.32,999 (equivalent to $512 USD) and the more powerful variant (with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of native storage) is expected to cost Rs.37,999 (equivalent to $590 USD).

We also got news today regarding the dual camera setup of the upcoming model, consisting of a 16MP sensor with an aperture of f/1.7, and a 20MP sensor with a telephoto lens carrying an aperture of f/2.6. Both sensors are made by Sony.

Well that’s all guys until tomorrow, have a look at the OnePlus 5 and let us know in the comments below what you think about its looks, price and specs 😉

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  • Rick

    Looks nice but it’s too expensive. MI6 is a better choice.

    • Madkita

      if you dont want the headphone jack and like miui then it is

      • goodwill

        I don’t think you have to worry about MIUI being on the Mi6 tho. as always, all of Xiaomi’s flagships will follow up with heavy custom development support. Official Lineage OS and etc will eventually come to Mi 6, tbh.

    • goodwill

      For the price, Mi 6 is a better choice tho. Custom support community is not far off too for the Xiaomi and OP flagships eventho I do believe OP will have more custom developments.

  • goodwill

    You’re abit late, Gizchina. There’s even a video of Oneplus 5..

  • jasonx

    ZTE Nubia Z17 and MI6 are better buys than OP5 comparing specs and price

  • Jay

    As expected, the exterior looks quite similar to the parent company’s (Oppo) R11. The same thing happened with OnePlus One as well. Am not surprised they’re reusing designs.