OnePlus 5 seems to be confirmed following the teaser posted by CEO

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Not just that, the post which has been made on Weibo also reveals that OnePlus 5 is going to be put on sale in the month of June.

Alleged specifications for the OnePlus 5 have leaked online seemingly confirming and rebutting some of the previous rumors about the upcoming device. Logic would suggest it will be called the OnePlus 4, following the OnePlus 3T released in 2016.

A few days back, India Today said to have got hold of the official images of OnePlus 5 that showed the phone from the back with vertical dual camera setup. Having a dual rear camera will help the OnePlus 4 / 5 to really compete with the very best flagships that 2017 has offered us so far.

At this point, most are convinced the OnePlus 5 will be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 processor. However, Kumamoto Technology claims that the OnePlus 5 won't have an all-screen design or an edge-to-edge display because the fingerprint sensor will still be located up front. If accurate, this means the OnePlus 5 won't have an all-screen design like the Galaxy S8 and LG G6.

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Coming to the memory aspect, the device is expected to come with 6GB RAM instead of 8GB, as per both the sources.

OnePlus recently posted a teaser photo confirming the existence of the successor to the OnePlus 3T, and OnePlus CEO Pete Lau also shared the same image on his own Weibo page as well.

OnePlus made a name for itself by offering high-end flagship killers at affordable prices and it now has a number of smartphones in its roster, with more on the way. 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.

The specs are unconfirmed, but we'll keep a lookout for more rumors to come.

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