We already have complete features of OnePlus 5 GFXBench

This morning the price of the OnePlus 5 and the amount of RAM that will mount the new flagship of OnePlus already leaked. And is that not more than three hours of these leaks and have already revealed more specifications of the happy terminal, so we finally have the full features of the OnePlus 5 GFXBench.

This last filtration next to the previous two reveal all the details of the OnePlus 5 within days of its presentation. Therefore, it is not unreasonable to say that we will not have any more surprises on the 20th.

OnePlus 5 GFXBench reveals cameras, display and ROM memory

We already have complete features of OnePlus 5 GFXBench

If this morning another benchmark by Geekbench revealed the RAM and processor of the OnePlus 5, now the filtration of the various components comes from GFXBench. So, we found a screen with resolution 1920 × 1080 of 5’5 inches, very similar to what we could already find in the OnePlus 3 and 3T. In regards to the cameras, we find a rear of 15MP with recording capacity at 4K and a front of the same resolution but with different quality of recording: 1080p.

OnePlus 5: Release date

What surprises us most about the technical data sheet is the available storage: about 128 GB. Although the OnePlus 3T has a model of the same capacity, we do not know if OnePlus will launch two terminals with different capacity (64 and 128 GB) and, therefore, different prices. Perhaps that is why the price of the OnePlus 5 could be higher than expected. However, we would see if such a price increase would involve not only a model with greater storage capacity but also with more RAM.

Without a doubt, it will be interesting to see what OnePlus will present on June 20, although almost all the features of the OnePlus 5, its new flagship, have already been filtered. However, if you are not convinced this OnePlus 5 you are in time to acquire the OnePlus 3T since OnePlus mania is known for cutting the supply and production of its “old” terminals, as we discussed in an article in Awaqa.

Source: Gizmochina


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