The OnePlus 5 launch is around the corner, and the company is exciting the users in every way possible. Recently, it teased the camera of the OnePlus 5, which is one of the mystery features of the phone. The company is keeping its cool not to reveal the camera technology used in its upcoming phone, but it was nearly confirmed to offer flagship performance because the Chinese company is working closely with DxO.
A few days ago, OnePlus said that it would choose ten reviewers in its homeland China to test the cameras in the upcoming phone. The ten reviewers will be chosen based on the photos they captured with their previous phones which they posted on photo-sharing site Instagram. Now, it seems like the company has already selected the ten reviewers and indeed handed over the units to them.
A tech blogger from China has posted on Weibo that the OnePlus 5 camera performance is in-line with Samsung Galaxy S8. Having said that, he’s using the OnePlus 5 because Weibo identifies the device which the user is currently using and it’s the OnePlus 5 as you can see in the image.
But the user did not reveal whether the phone has a dual camera or not; maybe OnePlus asked him to not reveal the details about the phone. That said, the user compared the device’s performance with the Galaxy S8’s, which doesn’t have a dual camera at the back.
Another tipster also posted news about the camera of OnePlus 5. He claims that for a double shot layout of the OnePlus 5, we should refer the Apple iPhone 7 Plus. Is he just trying to say that the OnePlus 5 to feature a telephoto lens secondary camera as the iPhone 7 Plus? Nothing is confirmed for now, and the tipster did not reveal more details as well.
A leaked teaser shows a dual-camera setup at the back of the phone, and we’re believing it’s just another set of a leak and not the final device. As said earlier, the OnePlus 5 will be launched in coming days, but OnePlus did not reveal the launch date as well.
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