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OnePlus teaming up with DxO for the OnePlus 5 camera

OnePlus teaming up with DxO for the OnePlus 5 camera

"DxO Labs" is popular for DxOMark mobile photography benchmark that ranks smartphones' camera as per their image-capturing capabilities.

It looks like OnePlus wants to make the OnePlus 5 have one of the best camera phones on the market.

We're happy to announce that we have teamed up with DxO to enhance your photography experience with our upcoming flagship, the OnePlus 5.

OnePlus has a new flagship on the way, following the success of the OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T past year. There's always more to be done to give you the ability to take clearer, more attractive photos.

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OnePlus will likely be looking to beat those scores with the OnePlus 5, but exactly how it will do it is unclear as it won't be sharing any more details on the partnership for now. Previously, the Google Pixel held that title.

The Chinese company usually launches a "Flagship Killer" smartphone every year and this year the anicipated OnePlus 5 is making a lot noise beacause of the dual rear camera setup. We'd already heard plenty of teasing from the company about such a move, but we've now seen it in writing for the very first time. There was a confusion if the phone would come with a horizontal placement or a vertical one, and this image stands in support for the latter. Another rumour around the mill is that OnePlus might have a special 8GB RAM variant with 256GB storage and it could be priced as high as $650, which is roughly Rs. 42,000.

In the picture OnePlus 5 imprinted pre-production sample of the camera, so probably the final version of the design changes will not undergo.

Since we can't see the front of the handset, it's impossible to know how big the screen is and whether it will indeed keep a physical home button that would sit beneath the display.