OnePlus 5 is the thinnest smartphone, banner shows launch date

OnePlus OnePlus 5 on TwitterOnePlus 5 thinnest smartphone – A release from OnePlus five suspected mid-June. The startup company OnePlus is known to release more and more details for smartphone a few weeks before the launch. According to Pete Lau, co-founder of OnePlus, the OnePlus 5 is to be the thinnest smartphone. A release on June 15 seems very wahsrcheinlich.

OnePlus 5 thinnest smartphones?

According to rumors, the successor of the OnePlus 3T is that OnePlus 5, again a self-proclaimed “flagship killer”. Previously known Leaks confirm top hardware and comprehensive series features at a very reasonable price.

According to a report by PhoneArena has Pete Lau, co-founder of startup companies OnePlus, published on the micro-blogging service Weibo new details of the smartphone. Accordingly, the OnePlus 5 is according to Pete Lau that thinnest smartphone. Whether the statement refers to all competing manufacturers, or only to the previously released OnePlus models of their own portfolio, is not safe.

Banners confirms launch date

Opposite the OnePlus 3T OnePlsu 5 could have an even slimmer construction and in addition it will be even easier. Nevertheless Pete Lau seems to want to make any compromises even with slim design. Probably, this statement refers to the internal battery. OnePlus- models are known for long durations, which will therefore probably not change in the OnePlus fifth

A submerged up banners can be increasingly likely the launch date from OnePlus 5 on 15 June. Officially, the startup company has not yet confirmed this appointment. The manufacturer currently has published a picture on Twitter. The text to the picture reads “Look into the shadows. What do you 5ee “. Rather than using an “S” for “see”, here is a “5”. To see, though indistinct, are small bulges at the edges of the imaged smartphones. You could point to a display that almost to the top of the housing is sufficient without the screen size itself to restrict.



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