OnePlus 5 has officially posted a teaser image of the OnePlus 5, ahead of its launch on June 20th. The bad news is, the device looks exactly like the previously leaked render, which is a clone of the iPhone 7 Plus and the Oppo R11.
The image you see above is the OnePlus 5, with the dual cameras and an LED flash on the back panel, which basically is a rip-off of Apple's current flagship, the iPhone 7 Plus. The OnePlus 5 carries a tagline, which says “Dual Cameras. Clearer Photos.”
The OnePlus 5 looks a bit thinner than the Oppo R11, and this can mean only one thing, a smaller battery. We are not sure if the device is water resistant, but it seems unlikely. The question about the high price tag of the OnePlus 5 remains a concern, but to be honest who will buy an Android phone priced similar to the last gen iPhone, which is probably going to get 4 more years of updates, and is a proven performer.
OnePlus’ Carl Pei, had earlier tweeted a message saying the leaked renders of the device were fake, but that was before the official account posted a teaser image for the OnePlus 5. You can never tell when OnePlus is faking news to create hype, so there is that.