Independent mobile-manufacturer OnePlus looks set to rollout a new flagship smartphone with a spec sheet aimed at taking on the latest crop of high–end Android handsets.
According to reports emerging in South Korea, the OnePlus 5 will feature a curved edge screen, similar to that found on the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge.
The new phone will also come with a huge 23-megapixel rear camera, an all–glass design and storage options of 64GB and 128GB.
Rumours suggest microSD will be on board too, offering the chance to boost storage by a further 256GB.
The OnePlus 5 also looks set to feature a USB–C port and the same Dash Charge fast-charging feature that made it a hit among tech fans in the know.
Team that with the large 4000mAh battery that's also purported to be on board and it should mean there’s no need to find a power source every 24 hours.
OnePlus’s last handset was the OnePlus 3T, suggesting it's skipping the OnePlus 4 altogether.
There’s no word on when the OnePlus 5 will get its official launch.
However, with LG and Huawei releasing new devices at Mobile World Congress and Samsung set to unveil its Galaxy S8 on 29th March, it’s likely it will arrive soon.
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