OnePlus 5 camera samples leaked online

OnePlus 5 alleged EXIF data reveals images supposedly shots with 16MP sensors.

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Highlights

    • OnePlus 5 expected to be unveiled in the second half this year
    • Tipped to carry a massive 8GB of RAM
    • The phone might run the latest Android 7.1.1 Nougat

As OnePlus next flagship is inching closer to get unwrapped this year, rumour mill is densely churning out leaks about the new device. With a leaked render recently revealing the OnePlus 5 allegedly sporting a dual camera setup now a fresh leak has shown off camera samples reportedly taken with the new handset.
A series of four images shared by True-Tech is said to be taken with the rear camera of the OnePlus 5 smartphone. According to the EXIF data (as cited by True-Tech) shows that the images on a device with the model number “ONEPLUS A5000” which is reportedly claimed to be the OnePlus 5. Additionally, the latitude and longitude in the EXIF data reveal that the photos were taken in Shenzen, China. This might add substance to the report as OnePlus product facility is based in China.

Source: True-Tech
Source: True-Tech

The EXIF data also reveals the resolution of the photos to be 4,640×3,480 suggesting that the images might be shot with 16-megapixel sensor for both cameras. Besides, True-Tech has provided a downloadable ZIP file of the images as well just in case a user want to study the full resolution version.

Source: True-Tech
Source: True-Tech

OnePlus 5 is expected to feature a 5.5-inch AMOLED display with a 1080 x 1920 resolution. Inside, the phone is tipped to carry the latest Snapdragon 835 processor paired with Adreno 540 GPU. The flagship is said to come with a massive 8GB of RAM along with 64GB/128GB on-board storage. The latest flagship might pack 4000mAh battery and run Android 7.1.1 with Oxygen OS layered on top. Rumours also suggest that OnePlus might ditch metal and opt for a ceramic build for the next flagship.

To point out the EXIF data could be fake, besides these are bare leaks which must be taken with a grain of salt as OnePlus has not shared any word yet.