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OnePlus 5 hands-on image leak shows no headphone jack, dual cameras

18 May 2017 4

The upcoming OnePlus 5 smartphone has been part of a bunch of leaks and rumors until now. Most of them have hinted towards the introduction of a dual camera system in OnePlus flagship offering. Now, there is another hands-on image leak of the device showing two cameras on the back but it is also revealing something more which is quite interesting.

The new OnePlus 5 images leak has been shared by SlashLeaks with one of the images showing dual camera system and another one showing no headphone jack. Starting with the first image, it shows the vertically aligned dual cameras on the back with LED flash in between them. This alignment is quite different from what we saw in the leak reported yesterday as it showed the flash below the dual cameras and outside the camera frame.


As for the second leak, you can see that there is no standard 3.5mm headphone jack at the bottom panel. If you might remember from the current OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T, these phones have a headphone jack next to the USB Type-C charging port which is missing in this OnePlus 5 leak.


If this comes out to be true, OnePlus will join the list of smartphone makers who have ditched headphone jacks on their phones. These include the likes of HTC, Apple, and Motorola but they also supplied 3.5mm headphone adaptor so that users can keep using their tradition headphones. We can expect OnePlus to do the same with OnePlus 5 if it actually ends up removing the headphone jack.

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