OnePlus 5 night shot camera sample shared by OnePlus CEO

OnePlus 5 camera could be a great performer.

    OnePlus CEO Pete Lau has been building upon the hype surrounding the OnePlus 5. After letting our a few confirmations such as the use of the Snapdragon 835 SoC, FHD 1080p display, etc., he has come up with yet another interesting detail.

    OnePlus 5 night shot camera sample shared by OnePlus CEO

    Lau has taken to Weibo, the Chinese micro-blogging network to share a night shot clicked using the OnePlus 5. The night shot that he has shared seems to be a crystal clear one. The metadata shows that it has been clicked using a 16MP sensor. Moreover, the image that has been taken in low light is of an impressive quality given that the OnePlus 5's camera will have an aperture of f/1.8. The building seen in the photo looks well exposed with lots of details and almost noiseless.

    Expect more such leaks

    The Weibo post made by Pete Lau translates to, "What a purely clear sky! See you at 10:00 am tomorrow. Good night." This tips that he is preparing to post more leaks showing the camera's ability before the official launch of the OnePlus 5.

    Dual-lens rear camera

    Ever since the OnePlus 5 started surfacing on rumors and leaks, the flagship model to be launched on June 20 is rumored to arrive with a dual-lens rear camera. There is a report tipping that this dual-lens camera will be developed by DxO Labs.

    Camera specs remain unclear

    Though there are rumors that the OnePlus 5 might arrive with a dual-lens rear camera unit, there is no clarity on the camera specs. Some rumors point out at dual 16MP sensors while some others say that it could be a 20MP and a 16MP unit. Also, the previous camera sample that surfaced online tipped the ability of the OnePlus 5 camera to shoot in monochrome that will render sharper and more detailed snaps.

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