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The OnePlus 5 May Come with a Massive 8GB of RAM

June 25 2017, 12:20 | Geraldine Moore

OnePlus 5 official launch live event happening on June 20

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The much awaited OnePlus 5 has now got an official launch date and it's just a few days away, on June 20th.

A long series of rumors came to rest when OnePlus finally confirmed launch date for its most anticipated smartphone, the OnePlus 5. These press renders showcase the phone in all its glory and can be used by various news agencies who do not attend the event and take live shots. Interestingly, the Chinese smartphone maker will be organizing "pop-up events" in major cities worldwide to show off the handset in person.

The company will also host a separate event in India.

Lau indicated that OnePlus 5 would be the thinnest flagship device. The leaked image of the device shows that the smartphone would end up sporting a dual camera setup while it seems that it is made out of metal.

Going by the render released yesterday, the OnePlus 5 will equip a dual camera at the back, and the design resembles the Apple iPhone 7 Plus.

The handset will come with a Snapdragon 835 processor and 6GB of RAM, plus 64GB of built in storage and a 5.5 inch display.

Coming to the smartphone, the OnePlus 5 is turning out to be another "flagship killer" device.

The Chinese company confirmed that the OnePlus 5 will be launched on June 20, with the device being expected to hit the market shortly after. According to the sketch, the phone will have a dual camera with two sensors arranged horizontally in the top-left corner of the phone.

That's right, a new teaser suggests that the new flagship will be revealed on 20th June instead of 15th what we have heard before. Both the fingerprint scanner and physical button are united together in the front. It is also expected to feature a bigger 3600mAh battery along with Dash Charge 2.0 and operate on Android Nougat. Lau also posted a poll on Twitter to decide whether they should follow the growing trend of no headphone jacks.

But don't worry if you live outside the subcontinent: that retail exclusivity is nearly certainly relevant only to India.



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