At the time of leaks regarding the dual camera setup on OnePlus 5 that have become increasingly common, despite being different on the occasions, that we have some official information about the camera on an upcoming smartphone. OnePlus is now officially confirmed that the company has the tie-up with DxO to give the best camera performance on its next smartphone OnePlus 5. The previously launched OnePlus 3T has a fantastic reach.
In the post of the OnePlus official conference, the company staff members who work with the user name “diegohnz” is announced that the Company has partnered with DxO to develop your photography experience with our future flagship, that is OnePlus 5.
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For those who are not aware of DxO is the and the known part of their photography benchmark, the DxOMarks, the thing which is often used by the technical experts to make the comparisons with another smartphone.
With the collaboration of Etienne Knauer, SVP Sales, and Marketing at DxO said this, OnePlus is always one of the top leading innovators in the smartphone industry, and we are very proud to be the partner with them, and it will support for their Exciting mobile photography strategy.
Prominently, the OnePlus has not shared any of its specific details about the camera setup on the OnePlus 5 or even it not shared the capacity in which the DxO will be involved in the partnership. Weather if you have missed it, let us point it out for you that it is the first time that OnePlus has officially published it’s another smartphone name as OnePlus 5 in public announcement. Though, the company established the name beginning of this month and that it will launch in this Summer.
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Moreover, the company revealed that the naming of OnePlus five determined by the number five jersey of former NBA player Robert Horry, who apparently liked by a large number of OnePlus employees.
As there is still uncertainty about the camera setup and everyday leaks aren’t helping much either, it seems like we will have to wait for the OnePlus 5’s official launch for further support.