Jun 17, 2017 07:09 AM EDT
OnePlus company will unveil its sixth flagship smartphone, the OnePlus 5, on June 20. The latest price details of the OnePlus 5 Android smartphone have surfaced online, suggesting the handset may cost $479 at launch.
The new price details the OnePlus 5 smartphone have made its way on the web, suggesting the mobile device will have a $479 price tag at launch. However, several new prospective specs of the upcoming OnePlus 5 smartphone also mounted up on the internet, Tecno Blog reported.
It has been said that the $479 could be the price for the upcoming smartphone in the U.S. market. Tech fans and experts have noted that the price of the OnePlus 5 smartphone is just slightly higher than the $439 price tag of the OnePlus 3T. Therefore, the OnePlus Android smartphones aim to offer affordable prices, along with desirable specs and features.
The Chinese smartphone manufacturer has always provided a premium on design, and the upcoming OnePlus mobile device looks to be no different. The rear design of the OnePlus 5 deviates somewhat from than the OnePlus 3T, which move the camera in the upper left corner like Apple's iPhone, PC World reported.
Among the specs of the OnePlus 5 smartphone include 64GB or 128GB of internal storage, a 5.5-inch Full HD display, a 3,300mAh battery and a 20MP and 16MP dual-camera setup. The upcoming device is said to have a DSLR-like Quality camera. Previous reports claimed that the OnePlus 5 smartphone will come along with a 6GB or 8GB of RAM, a 4,000mAh battery and Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 chip.
Smartphone enthusiasts can pre-order the OnePlus 5 smartphone on the OnePlus Chinese website and the online retailer JD.com. Amazon India made it known that the upcoming flagship smartphone will be a market exclusive on June 22. Prospective buyers of the OnePlus 5 smartphone can also reserve their spot online to later order, once the handset is officially available.
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