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OnePlus confirms design of the OP5, officially reveals dual back cameras

Two days ago, OnePlus announced the announcement of the OP5, which is scheduled for June 20th. Later that day, we leaked what the OP5 would look like. Now OnePlus has confirmed the leak with an image posted to the company's social media pages.

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Exclusive: This is the OnePlus 5

The image you see at the top of this post is the OnePlus 5, the next smartphone to be launched by OnePlus. The phone, as announced today, will be fully detailed on June 20th. We have corroborated this information with a second source and are highly confident this is an accurate image. This also debunks an earlier alleged live image of the phone, which we can state confidently is not representative of the production device.

The image tells us a lot about what the phone looks like, but aside from a dual-camera array and what appears to be OnePlus's trademark mute switch, we really can't glean too much else in terms of features here.

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OnePlus will reveal the OnePlus 5 on June 20th

The day you've been waiting for is here. Actually, that's a lie. OnePlus is not announcing the OnePlus 5 today. The company is merely telling you when it's going to announce its next flagship phone. It'll be June 20th at 12PM Eastern.

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Leaked image of OnePlus 5 prototype shows off dual camera setup

With the OnePlus 5 now confirmed for a summer release, design and spec leaks have started to emerge much more frequently. The successor to the popular flagship-on-a-budget OnePlus 3/3T is shaping up to be another powerful device, with rumors also suggesting it will have an in vogue dual camera set-up. Now, thanks to Android Authority, we have an image of an alleged prototype to whet our appetite further.

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The OnePlus 5 name and summer availability have been confirmed

The Verge today reported an exclusive confirmation of the name and release date for the previously rumored OnePlus 5. Expect to see the phone land this summer. It's been long rumored that OnePlus would be skipping the number 4 due to the bad luck associated with the number in China, and that seems to have held true. Their appreciation of Robert Horry (a former NBA Player whose jersey number on the Spurs and Lakers was 5) was also a contributing factor behind OnePlus' decision.

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