OnePlus 5 leaks out ahead of June 20th announcement


The OnePlus 5 will be officially revealed on June 20th, but it turns out that we don’t have to wait until then to get a look at the new flagship Android phone’s design.

A new image has leaked out that reportedly shows the front and rear of the OnePlus 5. The image, shared by Android Police, only shows the upper half of the device, so while the entire design hasn’t been revealed, this leak does give us a good idea of what the OP5 will look like.

The most notable detail about this leaked image is that the OnePlus 5 features a dual rear camera setup. That would make it the first OnePlus phone to have such a feature. The dual rear camera setup is kind of a trendy feature in mobile, with companies like Apple, LG, Huawei, and others offering flagships with that feature. Now it looks like OnePlus will be getting in on it, too, but it’s unclear exactly what features these dual rear cameras will offer.

Other features shown in this leaked image include a front-facing camera, mute switch, volume rocker, and power/lock key.

The design of the OnePlus 5 shown in this leaked image is kind of reminiscent of the iPhone 7 Plus, but we’ll have to wait until June 20th before we get to see the entire device and find out what features it’s packing. It’ll be interesting to see what camera features OnePlus will include in the OP5, especially since it’s collaborating with DxO on the camera performance, and what price point the OnePlus 5 launches at.

What do you think of this leaked OnePlus 5 design?

Source: Android Police

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  • Alex Pilaia

    Meh… OnePlus5…. what about a refreshed Axon 8 by ZTE???

  • Paul Garrison

    Samsung not worried from appearances.

  • SurvivingSunnyvale

    I’ve never understood why the blog sites hype this phone so much,

    No, it’s not a bad phone.

    Most of it’s 1 million unit sales is in Asia. It is a very, VERY small player in the Android market,

    • They_Call_Me_Bruce

      They helped start the mid priced but feature packed phone segment. Look at all of the companies that followed their lead. Their sales might be small, but their influence is huge.

      • Paul Garrison

        I guess the Nexus line never existed. Great hardware with vanilla android at a cheap price.

        • 3165dwayne

          it also launched with cyanogenmod

  • Ty Christensen

    I want this to be my next phone but man it sure does look like the iPhone 7+, haha.

  • UGLY

  • Jerry Rich

    T-Mobile will not sell this POS, so good luck with warranty and tech support.

  • Kevin

    I think it’s going to get sued