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Check Out! How OnePlus 5 Smartphone Can Beat 2017 Premium Phones


Oneplus phone have been popular and in demand for their lower end prices and high end specs. The 2016 is being the lovable year for the OnePlus 3as it was running the most high end snapdragon chip at the time and for boasting the RAM size as big as 6 GB. This oneplus device has become one of the most popular flagship phone of the year for a price tag of $399. Now, the fans of the brand are waiting that what the company is holding for them in this year. The fans will going to be amazed by the flagship killer in the year 2017.

OnePlus 5 Specs Features

OnePlus will be skipping the brand name onePlus 4 under the smartphone belt of onePlus 5 releasing in 2017, as noticed by the recent rumors. There is a very easily understandable and quite simple reason behind this logic. It is being said that the number four brings a kind of negativity vibes in the Chinese beliefs. As per the noticed sources, the number four in the Chinese culture is practically like the number 13 in the Western’s. people who aren’t exactly got affected by the beliefs, there is one thing sure for the next OnePlus phone- it would still be a flagship killer.

Check Out! How OnePlus 5 Smartphone Can Beat 2017 Premium Phones
OnePlus 5 Smartphone

For the time, not a lot of details have been leaked out about the phone OnePlus 5. However, the details are still boasting the specs and features that are on par with its more expensive rivals. The OnePlus 5 could come with snapdragon 835 processor and will going to have RAM of atleast 8 GB. Dash charge feature could also be equipped by the OnePlus 5.

OnePlus 5 would have been less expensive than its direct competitions. The OnePlus 3T starts with $439 and the OnePlus 3 is priced at $399. OnePlus device can beat its competitions effortlessly as it will going to be way cheaper than the Iphone and Galaxy phones. There’s no doubt that the onePlus 5 will retain its ‘Flagship Killer’ nickname in the years to come.