OnePlus 5 to Come With Snapdragon 835 SoC, 6GB of RAM, and Full HD Display According to AnTuTu Benchmark

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Last week, OnePlus confirmed that it will be launching the OnePlus 5 this summer and has teased the phone as well. Later on, the device was spotted in Geekbench that allegedly revealed some of the key specs of the phone. Today, the phone has spotted on another popular benchmarking tool AnTuTu which confirmed most of the specs.


As expected, the OnePlus 5 will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset, clubbed with Adreno 540 GPU. The device will have the same 6GB of RAM. Various speculations said that OnePlus might add 8GB RAM module in the OnePlus 5, but the listing says it will be 6GB, same as the OnePlus 3 and 3T.

The smartphone will feature a display with resolution 1080X1920 and supposedly a screen size of 5.5-inch. Earlier rumours said that OnePlus might go with a QHD display, but this listing rubbished them all. The listing also reveals 64GB of internal storage, but the device may also come in 128GB storage option as well, same as the OnePlus 3T.

The AnTuTu listing says that the device will feature two 16MP sensors, but it's yet to be known whether the listing revealed rear camera setup or front-facing camera setup. A recently appeared sketching of the device showed dual front-facing camera setup. All the earlier leaks suggested a dual rear camera setup.

At the time of running the benchmark, the OnePlus 5 was running Android 7.1.1 Nougat, and it will be the Oxygen OS 4.0. These are the details revealed by the AnTuTu listing.

Coming to the other aspects of OnePlus 5, it is said to be armed with a 3600mAh battery and the Oxygen OS will have lot more features this time around. Also, the design of the phone is still a mystery. Some leaks say that it will come with vertically placed cameras at the back, while some suggest horizontally placed cameras. The fingerprint will still be present in the home button below the display.

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