“Never Settle” for anything less!! Yes, that’s what Chinese smartphone startup, OnePlus, has told us over the years and its time for the company to soon roll out its 2017 flagship!! The OnePlus 5 leaks are already making the rounds and fans are eagerly waiting for this handset to be released.

While it is just two weeks until the OnePlus 5 will make an official appearance come June 15, Android Authority has recently published an image of the retail packaging of the handset.

OnePlus 5 retail package

While almost every previous OnePlus handset has brought a unique feature, the OnePlus 5 is said to arrive with a big camera upgrade. In this regard, OnePlus has already joined hands with DxO, makers of camera testing benchmark DxOMark. And the retail packaging also suggests the handset be hosting a dual camera with much clearer photos.

The team at OnePlus is dedicated to putting a better camera software and image signal processing within this product. The OnePlus 5 is expected to bring a much improvement in low-light camera performance. This is one gray area where many big smartphone manufacturers and developers have worked to bring optimized results.

To flaunt its progress, the official Twitter handle at OnePlus has released an image of the side-by-side comparison of two images.

To bring in more clarity to its images, the dual camera setup of the OnePlus 5 is said to have one RGB sensor and the other one a monochrome sensor, instead of a wide-angle zoom lens.

The specs of the handset are expected to feature a 5.5inch display, with rumors of bezel-less or a dual curved display technology. An edge-to-edge design doesn’t seem to be on the cards this time.

Additionally, the internal hardware will be composed of the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset, a suspected 8GB RAM and 128GB of internal storage.

Also, the OnePlus 5 is expected to be the slimmest flagship till date with the removal of a 3.5mm headphone jack utilizing a USB-C replacement.

A larger battery with a 4000mAh capacity will be there at your service for seamless performance over longer durations. I’d love to see the battery test for this device. That much capacity certainly looks like it may last two days on a full charge with medium use.

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