OnePlus A5000 Details Pop Up At Chinese MIIT

OnePlus A5000 details have popped up over the Chinese MIIT otherwise known as the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, which is essentially China's regulatory body similar to the FCC in the U.S. The details that have been leaked don't give up much information about the phone or what the actual name will be when the phone launches but it's suspected that this is the OnePlus 5, set to be OnePlus' next flagship device that is rumored to launch sometime later on this year.

The leak, which is just an image of some basic information about the device's connectivity capabilities, mentions absolutely no specs so there is still a lot to be figured out. The image which looks to be of an internal document does list the device model as the OnePlus A5000 but that is not likely to be the name once it hits the market. The document shows that the phone will support Bluetooth as well as WLAN, TD-LTE, FDD LTE, GSM, TD-SCDMA, WCDMA, and cdma2000, so it will certainly cover a wide range of different bands though this particular model is probably meant for the Chinese market.

The image does list off other details like the frequency tolerance and the frequency range though none of that really gives anything away in terms of device specifics. The OnePlus 5 was rumored to be the successor to the OnePlus 3 and the OnePlus 3T as early as last December, with OnePlus deciding to skip the moniker of "OnePlus 4" and jump straight to 5. More recently, just a few days ago in fact, a new rumor surfaced detailing some of the OnePlus 5's alleged features which reportedly includes Dual rear cameras and a whopping 8GB of RAM. While the RAM amount may seem a bit excessive for a smartphone, OnePlus was rumored to be using 6GB of RAM in the OnePlus 3 and that rumor ended up being true, so 8GB may not be entirely out of the realm of possibility. The OnePlus 5 is also rumored to be coming with a Quad HD display and come with either 64GB or 128GB of internal storage, or possibly both. OnePlus has not confirmed the existence of the OnePlus 5 yet but an announcement may very well end up coming soon.

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