OnePlus has been steadily trickling out more and more information about its upcoming OnePlus 5 smartphone, with plenty of early praise being heaped on the phone’s camera. That’s because OnePlus has teamed up with French image sensor firm DxO to help design the phone’s camera system.
To get fans excited about this partnership, OnePlus CEO Pete Lau has posted an image purportedly taken using the OnePlus 5. The photograph depicts a curiously shaped building and was clearly taken at night i.e. in low-light conditions.
Here’s the shot:
Excitingly, the image appears to be very high-quality, given the apparent lack of ambient light. The details on the building are crisp and sharp, and there’s very little noise, even in the darker areas of the image. However, it’s important not to read too much into one picture – we’ll have to wait for our own review sample to make a real judgement on OnePlus 5 camera quality.
Rumour has it that the OnePlus 5 will feature a dual camera module, with one sensor shooting in monochrome. This will hopefully allow the phone to capture sharper and more detailed images.