Jun 10, 2017 09:02 AM EDT
Recently, OnePlus 5 has spotted on Geekbench, and the listing revealed some of the specs which can be seen on the upcoming flagship killer. Today, the latest OnePlus handset made an appearance on GFXBench that gives a little more information about what to expect when the handset is unveiled on June 20.
According to GFXBench listing, the OnePlus 5 will come with a 5.5-inch screen and will have a 1080 x 1920 resolution. The device will have the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset is under the hood carrying an octa-core CPU running at 2.4GHz, and the Adreno 540 GPU. OnePlus 5 is having 8GB of RAM inside along with 128GB of native storage.
Both the back and front camera of OnePlus are of 16MP. While the listing didn't show it is expected to see a dual-camera setup on the back of the smartphone, with one camera shooting in monochrome. There is also talk that one of the camera sensors will weigh in at 20MP.
The Android 7.1.1 version of Oxygen OS will come pre-installed in the OnePlus 5. While the phone will be unveiled on June 20, it is expected to be released in two countries (one of them being India) on June 22, as reported by Phone Arena.
A Snapdragon 835 was always on the cards, and a 128GB storage count looks just about right for a smartphone, which going to come without microSD card support. There are also some details missing in the GFXBench, such as the lack of battery capacity details, but it will not be long till those figures are revealed.
It is worth noting that, the appearance on Geekbench and GFXBench means that OnePlus 5 has already been tested running the above-mentioned specs and that it could be the final one for the smartphone. It is not likely that the final specifications will differ substantially from here.
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