OnePlus CEO Lau shares OnePlus 5 camera sample taken in low-light
by Alan Friedman / Jun 07, 2017, 2:30 PM
OnePlus CEO Peter Lau has a great job. After all, he gets to take any new OnePlus handset out for a spin whenever his heart desires. Recently, Lau checked out a OnePlus 5 model and took at least one photo under low-light conditions. From what we can see of this night time snapshot, it shows a clear sky framing this odd-shaped building. The camera has captured several details of the building including shadows, the grime that covers the walls, and even some stairways inside the edifice.
We expect to see a dual-camera setup adorn the back of the OnePlus 5. While some are looking for both cameras to weigh in at 16MP, we have heard from at least one tipster who says to expect a 20MP dual-camera setup. Previous camera samples reportedly taken with the OnePlus 5 hint that one of the sensors will shoot in monochrome, which is supposed to produce sharper and more detailed pictures.
This isn't the first time that OnePlus co-founder and CEO Lau has leaked information pertaining to the OnePlus 5. He has already passed along the news that the next flagship killer will be thinnest among the 2017 models.
The OnePlus 5 is expected to be unveiled on June 20th and will go on sale two days later.
source: PeteLau (via Weibo) via MyFixGuide, Phandroid
- Display 5.5" 1080 x 1920 pixels
- Camera 16 MP / 16 MP front
- Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 835, Octa-core, 2457 MHz
- Storage 128 GB
- Battery 3300 mAh
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Nice tripod used ;)
posted on Jun 07, 2017, 2:47 PM 6
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Exactly. This no good Android manufacturer really thinks he can fool us consumers. We got news for you. NOT BUYING IT!! Lilke jeez, you really think you were smart by taking a photo of something very interesting looking and trying to make it seem like the photo is amazing. I see the CEO is an idiot and clearly uneducated. What a desperate fool who is trying to do everything in his power to make it seem like he's offering great value. Too bad he doesn't mention the slave labor required to make these awfully s**tty products. Funny thing is that it might not even be the oneplus phone taking the photo. also, the photo clearly has a solid use of light through the object. We ain't stupid CEO so you can go home and eat a bunch of snacks because no one gives a damn. These Android manufacturers really need to consider copying from Apple's handbook of success, because it's clear they are all struggling coming up with innovative ideas. All they are introducing are stupid products that are DOA that no one wants. Just look at the S8. It's a piece of garbage in a sexy package. Who Cares? Geesh. Where is Steve Jobs when you need him. Please teach these fools.
posted on Jun 07, 2017, 3:32 PM 1
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Are you lost little sheep? There are plenty of Ijunk articles where you can find the rest of the herd. This phone is a lot better than the junk you buy, a lot cheaper than the same crap you keep waiting in line for and most likely made with a lot less slaves than your piece of garbage. If you have nothing constructive or educated to say about this article then go to one of the many other Ijunk articles this website has.
posted on Jun 08, 2017, 6:31 AM 0
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Last year OP3 & 3T had the worst camera for a flagship device. So this year OnePlus hire DxOMark just to get a higher score for OP5 camera. I'm not going to trust these images from Chinese Manufacturers because last year, Huawei caught red handed by using a DSLR for photography & promotes it as taken with Huawei P9.
posted on Jun 07, 2017, 10:14 PM 2
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Another phone joining the thin phone race and willing to compromise on battery.Most of us wants bigger battery with little thick phones.But most phones neglecting battery and busy in making phones as thin as possible.Dont know whats happening in almost all smartphone companies.Almost all flagship phones were giving glass back phones and not giving more battery.
posted on Jun 08, 2017, 1:09 AM 1
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