Jun 15, 2017 05:12 PM EDT
Once OnePlus started revealing teaser of the OnePlus 5's hardware, showing off its dual cameras, the focus quickly turned to one discussion that "it kind of looks likes an iPhone." The latest render of the top-right corner of the back of the OnePlus shows a few subtleties that paint a bit of a different picture.
The newly leaked render of OnePlus 5 has been obtained by Android Central and this one is incredibly exact. It shows just one corner of the upcoming iPhone Killer, as seen from the back. This is the top right corner when looking at the back side of the device; it's the one that doesn't have the dual camera arrangement nearby.
Unfortunately, there is no render so far which shows complete look at the OnePlus 5 from multiple angles here, but the zoomed-in take gets the point across this isn't just an iPhone 7 clone. Based on earlier leaks the way it meets the front glass is completely different from the iPhone as well. It may look like making a mountain out of a molehill, but these are differences that will have a big influence on how the OnePlus 5 feels in your hand every day.
According to fresh render, OnePlus 5's Alert Slider (which lets the user switch between configurable Do Not Disturb modes) is back. Alert Slider looks to be nicely crafted with a tight diamond pattern to make it easy to fasten even when user not looking at the phone.
According to earlier rumors, the OnePlus 5 will come with a 5.5-inch 1080p touchscreen, the Snapdragon 835 chipset, 6 or 8GB of RAM, 64 or 128GB of storage. On the camera side, there will be a 16 MP + 20 MP dual rear camera setup, and a 3,300 mAh battery, as reported by GSM Arena.
OnePlus 5 will reportedly run Android Nougat. The official announcement of OnePlus 5 will happen on June 20.
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