OnePlus 5 Is The Extremely Improved OnePlus 3 Upgrade? Upcoming Model No Longer Has Touch Latency Issue

Apr 10, 2017 06:00 AM EDT | Gerone Trish

OnePlus 5 is one of the highly anticipated smartphones following the fame of the predecessor, OnePlus 3. New reports seem to tease that the developer is promising to release the new flagship without the previous issue of touch latency.

Carl Pei, OnePlus co-founder, took to his Twitter account the good news on one major improvement they have done. On the tweet, Carl Pei proudly posted the phrase "touch latency" together with a check symbol.

It has been known that the previous model OnePlus 3 has an issue on touch latency. Carl Pei's tweet suggests that the issue has been solved.

It seems that the co-founder hints that the upcoming successor will no longer pose the same problem. The upcoming OnePlus 5 can be expected to have been greatly improved as the previous issue has been eliminated.

OnePlus 5 is expected to come out with more powerful specs than its predecessor. The alleged specs have been posted in an Indian shopping assistant site recently.

The post states that the new smartphone is powered by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 835. It is also coming out with the latest Android 7.1.1 Nougat.

Aside from the latest technology features, the new smartphone is reported to offer huge storage capabilities. The post reflects an 8GB of Ram and an additional 128GB internal memory with UFS 2.1 technology. There is also an option to buy the 64GB variant which carries a cheaper price tag.

The upcoming OnePlus 5 is also speculated to feature a 23-megapixel main camera from Sony. In addition, the new flagship comes with a 16-megapixel secondary camera. The high-tech camera features are capable of recording Full HD videos at 120 FPS.

Furthermore, the post specifies that the highly speculated OnePlus 5 has a June 30 release date and a $540 price tag. OnePlus has not confirmed these alleged leaked specs from the Indian shopping assistant site. Only the elimination of the touch latency issue can be considered legit as it was announced by the co-founder himself.

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