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OnePlus posts first official teaser for the OnePlus 5

The phone is rumored to ditch the 3.5mm headphone jack, and it should rock a dual rear camera setup

By Lana Jelic on May 9, 2017 03:25 pm CDT - 1 min, 57 secs reading time

When the rumors about the name and specs of the OnePlus 3T successor started floating around, the company decided to put an end to them and confirm that they will, in fact, launch the OnePlus 5 this summer.


And while they are still quiet about the specs and we haven't seen any official previews of the phone, OnePlus published the first teaser on its Weibo account.

Read also: OnePlus 5 confirmed, arrives this summer

The photo doesn't reveal much, but it does confirm the name of the upcoming flagship and its launch timeframe. The image shows the words "Hello 5", while the status, "Hey Summer! Give me five", reveals that we will have to wait at least a month before the company launches the device.


As for the specs, we know that the device will be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835, but other specs are still a bit vague. Some sources mention 6GB of RAM while others claim that the found would rock 8GB of RAM.

The price is also unknown, but different sources mention it should be between $450 and $650. It is also possible that there might be multiple models with different prices for the OnePlus 5.

Read also: OnePlus 5 might come with 8GB of RAM and a higher price

The phone is rumored to ditch the 3.5mm headphone jack, and it should rock a dual rear camera setup.

You can read everything we know about the upcoming OnePlus 5 here.

Lana Jelic


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