OnePlus upcoming flagship device, the OnePlus 5, has been doing rounds for a while now. After CEO Pete Lau confirming that OnePlus is working on something big, a new leak has surfaced online revealing some key specifications of the device.
According to a recent post from Kumamoto Technology, OnePlus 5 will come loaded with a 3,600mAh. For your reference, the OnePlus 3T boasts a 3400mAh battery. However, the leak also reveals that the latest flagship device is expected to come with 25 percent improvement in the charging speed as compared to its predecessor.
Coming to the specifications, the leak suggests that the device might not come with an 8GB RAM, as touted in earlier rumours, but instead will stick with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. Further, just like OnePlus 3T, the upcoming device is expected to arrive with a front-mounted fingerprint sensor.
The post also states that the OnePlus 5 will boast a dual-camera setup and strengthen some previous rumours that suggest the device will come loaded with Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor. Lastly, another leakster known as Mocha RQ says that the upcoming flagship from OnePlus would continue to support full HD display and it is speculated to hit the market at the end of June this year.
Recollecting some previous rumours, the device is expected to run Android Nougat out-of-the-box and some reports claim that OnePlus might ditch the metal for ceramic to build their next flagship device. However, a previous report claimed that OnePlus will retain the same design language and it would be interesting to see whether the company plans something big in the design department as well.