OnePlus 5 listed on retailer with specs and $449 price tag

Elizabeth Williams
May 7, 2017

So it remains to be seen how the upcoming flagship smartphone from OnePlus shapes up as there are already a lot of speculations going on regarding the features as well as the release date of the smartphone.

As of now, OnePlus just confirmed the coming of the "something big" which is assumed to be the OnePlus 5.

Media reports also suggest that OnePlus 5 would offer some interesting features and a few firsts in the segment.

The handset is also listed with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor and 6GB of RAM and there will apparently be two storage options, 64GB and 128GB.

The message? That the next phone, rumored to be called the OnePlus 5 (4 is regarded as an unlucky number in China, one that corresponds to death), should come out sooner rather than later.

Display: The OnePlus 3T has been one of the most popular smartphones in its category.

The tipster also claims that the OnePlus 5 will contain a 3600mAh battery, a tad bigger than its previous variant's 3400mAh unit. OnePlus is said to be jumping in the bandwagon of dual-camera set-ups.

OnePlus 5 official details have reportedly been revealed. The software will probably be upgradeable to Android O. If the rumors are true and the OnePlus 5 will launch before the end of Quarter 2, we will soon know everything there is to know about this handset. According to the listing the OnePlus 5 price will be $449 (roughly Rs. 28,800) in the U.S., but it was unclear whether this was for the 64GB variant or the 128GB variant. Along with the report, we have also revealed an image render of the upcoming handset, showing the rear panel of the phone. If accurate, this means the OnePlus 5 won't have an all-screen design like the Galaxy S8 and LG G6. It will carry 6 GB RAM with 128 GB, although it is not ruled out that in the future an 8 GB RAM version will be released. The reported thinner bezels were what gave rise to the idea that the smartphone will have to move the fingerprint scanner to the back, but the latest leak claims that it will remain in front.

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