OnePlus 5 leaks in succession could provide some foreshadowing that the price/performance flagship could be nearing a launch date very soon. In addition to the earlier leaked camera samples, the CEO of OnePlus has showcased a teaser that provides several directions for the consumer as to what kind of product should they fasten their seatbelts for.
Latest OnePlus 5 Teaser Provides Several ‘Under the Skin’ Meanings – Can You Figure Out What This Image Means?
Pete Lau has revealed a poster on his Weibo account where it shows several engineers and maintenance experts working on an overly large smartphone. In addition to the company’s employees, you can also pay attention to the smiling customer, which may provide evidence that the company plans to deliver a device that comes with ‘out of the box’ improvements.
However, every phone works flawlessly as soon as you remove it from its packaging so there could be another meaning hidden behind that poster. Like most of you know, frequent software and security updates are necessary to protect the smartphone and enable it to continue working at its optimum level.
What the poster could reveal is that these engineers will be rolling out frequent system and security updates so that you never feel that the device is slowing down or is vulnerable to threats. OnePlus 5 is also reported to come with a Snapdragon 835 and 6GB of RAM combo to augment this performance experience so we have complete confidence that the upcoming flagship will be able to handle anything you throw in its path.
A previously reported leaked image detailed the existence of a vertically-mounted dual-camera setup, so let us hope that this upgrade actually ends up incorporated on the phone. With this dual-camera, we also want to see some nifty software changes that will allow users to take extensive advantage of the phone’s optics.
Other additions include an AMOLED display coupled with a QHD resolution. With the OnePlus 5 rumored to come with a metal and glass finish, this could also mean that the flagship will provide support for wireless charging.
What are your impressions of the teaser? What sort of message do you think it aims to deliver? Let us know your thoughts down in the comments.