May 17, 2017 06:01 PM EDT
This year's summer, OnePlus will unveil its next flagship smartphone in public. Good news is that we have already gathered helpful ideas on what to expect on the said-to-be OnePlus 5.
According to Android Authority, a recent photo has been leaked obtaining what it believes to be the upcoming OnePlus 5 prototype. This leaked photo came from a blog which states that they are not expecting what the smartphone to be like whenever it will launch either June or July this year.
It must be noted that the said leaked photo isn't the final version of OnePlus 6 that will be released but instead a scrapped prototype. The photo provided a nice insight into what OnePlus was thinking in making the next flagship smartphone of the company.
The upcoming OnePlus 5 will feature a dual camera module, which is a mostly-debated speculation on the device. Consumers must also note that although this photo is just a prototype, it doesn't mean the final OnePlus 5 will or won't feature a dual camera.
According to Tech Radar, it wouldn't be a major surprise for the OnePlus 5 to offer a dual camera, given the popularity of the feature this year. For example, we have already witnessed the technology deployed on popular flagships such as the LG G6, iPhone 7 Plus, and Huawei P10. Samsung is also expected to move a similar move with their upcoming Galaxy Note 8 this year.
Meanwhile, several reports indicated that there will be a significant price increase with the upcoming OnePlus 5. It is due to the stock demands of the parts to make such valuable smartphone. It's not a surprise at all seeing unprecedentedly high pricing from any other smartphones such as iPhone 7 ($774), HTC U11 ($839), Samsung Galaxy S8 ($891), and LG G6 ($839) all surpassing their predecessors behind in terms of Recommended Retail Price (RRP).
Unfortunately, OnePlus Company hasn't yet released any official statement for the upcoming OnePlus 5. Consumers must take note that these several reports about the device are still needed a strong information evidence. However, there's always a chance that these speculations might be true. Let's find out, stay tuned for more updates.
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