OnePlus 5's wide-range dynamic microphone records crystal-clear sound; Smartphone company teasing specs

by Lawrence Cooper June 10, 2017, 8:06

A render depicting five possible color variants of the OnePlus 5 surfaced online on Friday, showing a broad range of vastly different colors, most of which are rather vivid.

The OnePlus 5 won't be officially unveiled until June 20, but that hasn't stopped OnePlus from teasing key details about the phone ahead of time.

It's unusual to reveal so much about a device before a launch, but the company is likely to be responding to copycat criticisms after an official promotional image was leaked. The OnePlus 5 will have a dual rear camera setup combined with 12-megapixel Monochrome and 12-megapixel RGB sensors and a 5.5 inch full HD screen with AMOLED display.

OnePlus is gearing up for the release of its next "flagship killer", the OnePlus 5 on June 20th.

The confirmation comes on the heels of leaked images that showcased a device that looks very similar to the iPhone 7 Plus.

However, the antenna lines and the horizontal dual camera setup have already caused people on Twitter to accuse OnePlus of directly lifting iPhone 7 Plus design for the OnePlus. It is now confirmed that the OnePlus 5 will feature a dual-camera and an iPhone 7 Plus-like design. On the other hand, the latest flagship has suddenly recorded crystal clear sound with no disturbances.

Besides the dual camera and new microphone, the device is said to have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835. However, the post by OnePlus appears to confirm many design leaks that we have been witnessing around the OnePlus 5. Below the camera, will the OnePlus brand logo, like it was in the OnePlus 3, 3T, 2 and the rest.

OnePlus will also give event invite holders a special code to help them buy the OnePlus 5. Given the level of reception previous OnePlus devices have received, this one is expected to do good business too.

Meanwhile, the tweet also had a link to a landing page for the OnePlus 5 launch in India.

He also adds that OnePlus 5 will be Amazon exclusive products, which even the online retail store confirmed a few days ago via a teaser.

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