OnePlus 5 confirmed following official teaser from CEO

OnePlus appears to be ditching the 4 model to follow-up from the 3T as it skips straight ahead to the OnePlus 5. While the post does confirm the presence of a dual-camera setup, it suggests the two sensors will be laid out horizontally and not vertically as last week's leaked render had shown. The leak says the images to be fake and OnePlus 5 would, in fact, come with horizontal dual camera setup on the top left corner.

While most industry insiders agree the OnePlus 5 will come packing a Snapdragon 835, a consensus is yet to be established while RAM capacity is concerned. Some reports are claiming it will be embedded into the screen, although we'll have to wait and see whether this rumour comes to fruition. However, the chipset could be paired with "only" 6GB of RAM and not 8GB as some early rumors had been hinting at.

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According to BGR, Lau teased the upcoming OnePlus 5 smartphone on Weibo. Kumamoto technology believes the internal storage will be 128 GB at least.

For example, the report says the OnePlus 5 will pack a 3,600 mAh battery (the OnePlus 3T features a 3,400 mAh one) which will apparently bring about 25% improvement in terms of charging time.

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OnePlus made a name for itself by offering high-end flagship killers at affordable prices and it now has a number of smartphones in its roster, with more on the way. For example no confirmation of a 3.5mm headphone jack or waterproofing is available. Previous OnePlus phones have been launched in June, so that's our best guess right now. The leaker also claimed that the handset will come with a 5.5-inch 1080p full HD display. The company took to Weibo to confirm the news recently and OnePlus CEO Pete Lau re-blogged the post, thereby further acknowledging the arriving smartphone.

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