One of the first official statements released by OnePlus was that it was working with DxOMark to improve the OnePlus 5 camera. This was to improve the device’s capture capabilities in low light, poorly lit scenarios where the OnePlus handsets generally fell behind the flagships. Recently, to legitimise their claim of a better camera, the official OnePlus Twitter account tweeted,
Can you tell which photo was taken with the OnePlus 5? pic.twitter.com/Pd27la4ewn
— OnePlus (@oneplus) May 29, 2017
From a cursory glance, we can make out that the image sample marked as 2 is far superior to the first one with sharper focus, brighter colours and better lighting. No high-resolution or uncompressed variant of the above image(s) exist which can prove or disprove which image was taken by the smartphone’s dual camera setup at the back.
Overall the image does look beautiful but does not prove or disprove anything and we would have to wait for a larger batch of comparative images to be released from an independent source.
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The handset is expected to be announced sometime in the Summer and has been confirmed to carry the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC coupled with at least 6 GB of RAM if not more. The smartphone is expected to carry a dual camera setup on its back along with retaining the fingerprint scanner in the front while the 3.5mm audio jack has been relocated.
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