The Chinese manufacturer’s OnePlus 5 is back in the news. Hardly a day has passed with leaked specifications of this highly awaited smartphone, and here it is, again in picture disclosing the sketch of the device that is going viral on the internet.
Keeping in mind the leaked reports, it can be conveyed quite clearly that OnePlus 5 will be offering its potential customers dual camera that will be present on the back side of the phone. As previously, the camera samples which were revealed by TrueTech exhibited 16MP dual-lens camera illustrating an exceptional picture quality. But now with the released sketches on the web, the new images are portraying something surprisingly unique and interesting. What actually it is revealing is that there is a dual camera setup at the front side of the phone as well.
Observing closely, the sketched image unveiled the positions of the cameras. The rear shooter of this new sensation is placed vertically, and it will be with dual LED flash. On the other hand, the dual cameras at the front side of this handset are positioned on the left side of the earpiece.
Furthermore, the sketch displays the left side of the device that exhibits a volume rocker button along with an alert slider. The top part of the phone seems like crafted from ceramics with the thickness of 0.55mm. Moreover, OnePlus 5 will be featuring a two piece back similar to that of the Google Pixel and Pixel XL.
Coming towards the bottom side of the phone, it appears to be made up of metal, and we can see an antenna line running across this metal piece. Other than these, OnePlus five will be offering 3.5mm audio jack and USB Type-C port. The phone is going to feature stereo speakers.
Talking about the authenticity of the pictures, well, that cannot be guaranteed. Whereas if these sketched leaks turned out to be true then this smartphone is definitely going to turn out to be a real stylish one. With the leaked specifications and now the sketch, it seems like that we are going to have another amazing OnePlus in 2017 which is estimated to be rolled out next month.