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The OnePlus 5 has been confirmed, and these could be its features

OnePlus 5

Year after year it becomes one of the best options for users who want a smartphone that can compete with the big flagships on the market, but at the same time has a really affordable price. This is the case of the high-end that OnePlus launches every year since the first OnePlus One. On this occasion, the OnePlus 5. If it is characterized by something, it is that unlike other mobiles with good characteristics and cheap prices, this one is marketed in Europe, as it does not happen, for example, with the Xiaomi Mi 6.

At the moment, no technical characteristics have been confirmed for this mobile, but of course, there is already a lot of data among the information that has been arriving from the new OnePlus 5.

Its screen will be similar to those of previous versions of the mobile, as it is said that it would be 5.5 inches with AMOLED technology, and with a Full HD resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 pixels. Perhaps the latter represents the most notable lack with which this smartphone would arrive, without its Quad HD screen. In any case, the mobile processor will be the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835, the latest generation, and would integrate nothing less than an 8 GB RAM, setting a new benchmark in the high-end market.

Your battery would stay in the 4,000 mAh, being of course compatible with fast charging, and we will find a mobile that would run its software in the version Android 7.1.1.

Its price we do not know, but it should be less than 450 euros, not being a cheap mobile, but being much cheaper than its high-level rivals.

OnePlus 5

Dual camera

However, the great novelty of the OnePlus 5 would be its dual camera. At the moment, it is not clear whether or not it will integrate a camera with two lenses. However, if so, it seems that it would be two cameras with the same resolution, 16 megapixels. Remains to be determined the dual camera technology you will use, being probably a monochrome sensor that captures more light, and the other being a color RGB sensor.