A new leak reveals the most striking features of the next OnePlus 5 design

It is difficult to pass a day without news or leaks about the next OnePlus 5 phone from One Plus, especially as the date of disclosure, and with the hype associated with the Chinese company, which identifies the phones as “killer phones leading.” Now that we’ve learned a lot about phone equipment, a new leak comes to reveal most of the details of the design.

Infusion is a virtual image designed to show the phone and its interfaces, and is largely consistent with most of its rumors, adding information and other details that appear for the first time.

The first image reveals the existence of two rear cameras, something we know, not new, but the fact is the adoption of an additional plate made of ceramic on the back of the device, similar to what Google did with the previous Pixel phones, which is the function of this painting protection cameras in addition to strengthening Capture the wireless connection signal.

On the front side, the images show that the phone will have a new screen design, with no side edges, with two front cameras instead of one, but no fingerprint signal, which we may see incorporated into the screen rather than on the front button. Otherwise, most other ports are present: a 3.5-millimeter speaker port with a Type-C USB port on the bottom of the phone, and a speakerphone also located on the bottom edge of the phone.

The phone is expected to rely on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 chip with 6 or 8 GB random memory, 64 or 128 GB storage with a 5.5-inch screen and QHD resolution. The phone is expected to be unveiled next summer in late June.

 

 

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