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OnePlus 4 Concept Renders And Specs Leaked

We all get attracted to the gorgeous ones, and now it’s time for the ultra-gorgeous concept renders of OnePlus 4, whose design and specs are leaked online recently. The OnePlus gave us a heartened-up version of the OnePlus 3, which was released last year, OnePlus 3T.

The success of OnePlus 3 & 3T made the users sit back until the new one is getting ready. Now, the company would present their new flagship, OnePlus 4 very soon. However, it is said that the manufacturers may avoid the number 4 in its name, because in China ‘4’ is not a lucky figure.


The recently leaked online renders have indicated that the OnePlus 4’s color styles would be an anomaly of the Gunmetal and Squashy gold paint jobs, which were adopted on the OnePlus 3 and even older models from OnePlus. The OnePlus 4 seen with a matte red finishing at the back; along with black and white variants too.

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Moreover it also bears an amazing innovation on its back side, the vertically placed dual-lens camera setup. By the way, a dual-tone LED flash seated in between the two lenses. The dual camera setup likely comprises 16 MP and 12 MP sensors, while on the front given an 8 MP one.

On the other hand, it has a 5.5-inches display with a mind blowing 2K resolution. This OnePlus’s flagship is also believed to come with a Snapdragon 835 chipset, accompanied by a 6 GB of RAM. Two different variants are expected for the OnePlus 4, based on the difference in the internal memory storage spaces, one would be the 64 GB and the other one would be 128 GB; whereas both the variants will deliver capability to expand the storage up to 256 GB with a SD card. A 4,000mAh battery is likely to energize the system, bearing the OnePlus’s DASH fast charge technology.

Previously, the co-founder of OnePlus, Carl Pei had hinted that the next-gen OnePlus smartphone would equip an OLED display. Therefore hopes have risen-up for this new smartphone to be the one he mentioned. Apart from all these, it’s also expected to run on the Android Nougat-based Oxygen OS.

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