Many have a question in mind why OnePlus 5, rather than OnePlus 4? Reason behind this is simple, as the number 4 in Chinese is very much considered bad luck (it’s a Chinese word of death), so OnePlus is expected to go directly from OnePlus 3T to the OnePlus 5. Here are other details which concern more.
According to the latest report that comes out of China, the rumored OnePlus 5 is going to continue the manufacturer’s use of top/high end specifications. Similarly like the OnePlus 3, brought to the market with 6GB of RAM, the newer speculations has the OnePlus 5 employing 8GB of Random Access Memory (RAM). To originally put that in perspective, that is twice the amount found in today’s flagship models.
Almost every smartphone maker is depending on Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 in 2017, which is the same CPU powering the new OnePlus 5 unit, which also means that it will feature an Octa-Core SoC and the Adreno 540 GPU. While the display will somewhat have reduced bezels in line with most of high-end handset of this year, and of course OnePlus is expected to finally make the jump to a 2560-by-1440 resolution screen.
Other includes in the first OnePlus phone is that it not to be equipped with a 10870×1920 FHD panel, and the reports says this too, expected to see a dual-rear camera setup on the next OnePlus handset, which could apparently set to arrive sometime in the second half of the year.
This isn’t all and everything, but more information on the next-new OnePlus 5 handset will surface online soon, as the price will be a tad under $500 or above? OnePlus 5 imagined with all-glass design and IP68 rating as well.
Although OnePlus 3 hadn’t made much hype, but the refresh model of it, the OnePlus 3T acquires the best reputation and with today’s rumor includes 8GB of RAM which doesn’t seem so far fetched. Still, we would suggest taking this story with a pinch of salt.
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