Rumored specs for the OnePlus 4 surface again: dual cameras, 4000mAh battery and up to 8GB of RAM

Rumored specs for the OnePlus 4 surface again: dual cameras, 4000mAh battery and up to 8GB of RAM
With the OnePlus 3T expected to be unveiled this coming week, rumored specs for the company's next all new flagship phone have surfaced. Not 100% sure about the naming scheme, the source calls the phone the OnePlus 4 (5?). With a body made from glass, the OnePlus 4 (5?) will carry a 5.3-inch AMOLED display with a 1440 x 2560 resolution. The phone is powered by the Snapdragon 830 chipset. 6GB/8GB of RAM will be onboard along with 128GB of internal storage. Some of these specs match those discussed in an earlier leak from last month.

A dual camera setup is said to be on back using a combination of Augmented Reality and Mixed Reality cameras, and a 4000mAh battery supplies the power. The OnePlus 3, as you might recall, was launched last June. This means that we could be about half a year away from the release of the OnePlus 4 (5?).

Meanwhile, the OnePlus 3T is believed to be a refreshed version of the OnePlus 3 with a faster Snapdragon 821 chipset under the hood, an enhanced 16MP rear camera with updated sensors, an LCD screen (no more AMOLED panel) and Android 7.0 running the show right out of the box. The device could be introduced as soon as November 15th. Keep checking in for the latest.

via: AndroidPure

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23 Comments

1. cleatglitch

Posts: 165; Member since: May 25, 2013

dual camera front and back

2. Moose

Posts: 418; Member since: Jan 05, 2015

Interesting that it may be smaller - 5.3 vs previous 5.5 inch versions. I like this trend. Lots of new 5.2 inch phones came out this year. I would like to see more competition in the 4.7 inch size - like the recent iPhones. At present, only Sony makes high end compact phones but users may be put off by their high prices or mediocre battery life since the great Xperia Z3 Compact of 2 years ago.

3. wando77

Posts: 1168; Member since: Aug 23, 2012

Screens are getting bigger for a reason. Deal with it

18. XaErO

Posts: 353; Member since: Sep 25, 2012

Yes .. I agree .. It's time to reduce the bezels (but not to make it near zero though) ..

22. Niva.

Posts: 440; Member since: Jan 05, 2015

As a Nexus 6 owner I like the big screen, but it's not for everyone. The truth is that smaller phones are just better for the public at large. The 4.7-5.2 inch size is optimal in terms of giving both screen realestate and size. While there is a reason that the market shifted to bigger and higher resolution screens, it's not necessarily for the best. On the flip side there's one company who does it right, Apple. They have premium devices for everyone in just the right sizes, with the right features. Too bad nobody at Google is paying attention. The new Pixel is an overpriced beast, with ungainly large bezels, and lacking on features.

5. Bankz

Posts: 2550; Member since: Apr 08, 2016

The pixel does thesame thing as the Xperias now. Apart from battery Mah and screen resolution, there's virtually no difference between the big and small sized pixel phones. Except its 5" not 4.7. Though I get your point anyway.

15. Settings

Posts: 2943; Member since: Jul 02, 2014

Its the bezels that make the phone large. But I'm a fan of bezels, function over form. I like edge/bezel less phones but I dont prefer them first. As long as those bezels are dark or black I'm cool with it.

4. Bankz

Posts: 2550; Member since: Apr 08, 2016

So RAM has become the new battery Mah now? All phones of these days do is just ramp up redundant specs. Smartphones have become a bore at this point. I can even predict that 2018 will be thesame slight spec increase that do nothing whatsoever to bring on any added experience/feature with a slight modification in form factor. I know that innovating isn't easy, but that's why oems should release flagship smartphones every 2 years tbh.. And even at that, there'll still be very minimal change overall. For instance I'm still on a nexus 5 and I don't even find anything new about these new phones or wrong with my nexus 5 either. Yes the camera and battery life could be better but its overall still thesame phone from between 4-6 years ago, just I see a lot of people in the wild using an iphone 4, 5s and the galaxy s4 and these are still between 4-6 years ago yet they still do everything perfectly well and those phones are running on 2 gigs of RAM at most with the 5s even running on 1 gig RAM with modern apps of today and still run them like a boss. We should honestly applaud efforts from the Moto Z and supposed "would be' efforts from dell stack at this point. Those are phones that are actually innovating and pushing the boundaries on what's possible not some old "old wine in new bottle" efforts from these lazy oems.

6. AmashAziz

Posts: 2934; Member since: Jun 30, 2014

And what about phones like the innovative Mi Mix, or even the ever-hated iPhone 7 plus even which uses a 3d touch home button, an optical zoom capable camera, and glass like jet-black finish. Plus it's already pushing the boundary of what a 3gb ram phone could achieve, such as by defeating even the oneplus 3 in ram management. Yeah you all might object on each and every part of it, but aren't such ideas and achievements of both phones (and of several others) very unique if not innovative??

7. Bankz

Posts: 2550; Member since: Apr 08, 2016

I don't consider the performance of the iphone 7 plus 3 gig's of ram innovative tbh The jet black finish which is still essentially having the exact look of glass that's actually metal, well, that I can say is pure genius as you get the premium feel and look of glass with the durability of metal which is enjoying the best of both worlds. The Opticaly zoomed camera is nice and all but in the plus model it hanst gotten to the point where it matters that much plus I don't really think an optically zoomed camera is actually innovative now except maybe you mean its implementation? Which isn't there yet 3d touch home button yes I give you that, but not wildly innovative.. Though its actually worth a mention The MI MIX well that's alright, but is that even out in the general scheme of things (and no I'm not talking about the bezels)

21. AmashAziz

Posts: 2934; Member since: Jun 30, 2014

I said one thing in the last, 'unique if not innovative?'. The 3gb ram iphone 7 plus defarting 6gb ram phones is a unique achievement.......you can't deny that!

8. UglyFrank

Posts: 2194; Member since: Jan 23, 2014

Battery size is not a gimmick.

16. Settings

Posts: 2943; Member since: Jul 02, 2014

It's a gimmick if a 3kmah acts like a 1.5kmah.

9. Nathan_ingx

Posts: 4769; Member since: Mar 07, 2012

Let me see if It's worth enough for my OnePlus 3 to go under the hammer. Sounds good on paper.

11. Kil4thril

Posts: 80; Member since: Oct 05, 2016

I'd like a 6"+ version of this. I'm tired of squinting and barely being able to type due to size.

12. VZWuser76

Posts: 4974; Member since: Mar 04, 2010

Why would it be the OnePlus 5? There isn't a OnePlus 4 out, unless they're going to call the OnePlus 3T the 4. Otherwise it sounds like they're skipping a number for no apparent reason. At least with the Note 7 they did it to align it with the Galaxy S series. Here there's no reason to do that.

19. Beijendorf unregistered

The number 4 is apparently considered unlucky in China. It's like how there's no 13th floor in highrises in the US. Ridiculous superstition.

13. ninguem98

Posts: 3; Member since: Nov 06, 2016

Oneplus CEO has already stated that they will stick with AMOLED displays. Plus, the post you guys linked about the Oneplus 3T also supports the AMOLED display in the device, so why this article says that the refreshed version will use a LCD screen?

14. Chuck007

Posts: 1411; Member since: Mar 02, 2014

I wonder if this an all screen solution like the Galaxy S8. Will be a sweet deal cause I'd cause I'd happily sacrifice marginally better photo quality for half the price.

17. Drsarcastic

Posts: 136; Member since: Jul 23, 2014

PLEASE be true!!!

20. Beijendorf unregistered

What I'm most interested in knowing is how it will be priced. The OnePlus prices have risen with each iteration of the device, which makes me think it'll land on the price of the 3T rather than the 3. Maybe higher.

23. PacoXXI

Posts: 34; Member since: Oct 18, 2016

Could understand 5,7" or bigger screen, following the market tendency, including a retractable navigation bar, anyway, never a 5,2" one.

24. PacoXXI

Posts: 34; Member since: Oct 18, 2016

It would be too desirable a smaller body, resulting a higher screen/body ratio and, so, a better portability.

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