New OnePlus 5 leaks show horizontal rear dual cameras

It shows horizontally placed dual rear cameras

    Well, the number of rumors regarding the OnePlus 5 we get every day proves how highly anticipated the phone is. Lately, we have been seeing various prototype models and renders showing different designs, especially for the arrangement of the dual-lens rear camera. Some leaks suggest the cameras will be vertically arranged, while some points towards a horizontally aligned dual camera setup. So it continues to be a confusing affair.

    New OnePlus 5 leaks show horizontal rear dual cameras

    Earlier today we told you about the alleged OnePlus 5 images which showed that the phone will come with dual-LED flash and vertically arranged dual camera setup. It also revealed that it wouldn't feature a 3.55mm audio jack. Instead, it would come with a USB Type-C Port. Well, this makes sense, since most of the flagship phones theses days are ditching the headphone jack.

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    So, it could be possible that OnePlus is following the same suit.

    Anyway, another set of renders claimed to be of the OnePlus 5 has hit the web. Of course, as always we can't guarantee you the authenticity of these images, so you better take them with a pinch of salt. However, the renders don't look some random fan-made ones.

    In fact, they have quite a sleek look. Moreover, this leakster on Weibo has a good track record in terms of phone leaks.

    Now, if you take a look at the image, you can see that the dual cameras are placed in a horizontal housing. The camera module is placed at the top left corner of the phone and there is also a LED flash beside it.

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