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Carl Pei teases the Portrait Mode of OnePlus 5T’s camera



OnePlus 5T is coming soon, and we have already seen a lot of leaks revealing the key details like the design and specifications. Today, Evan Blass also shared the image of the top half of the device that confirmed the previous details. Now, one of the main highlights of the OnePlus 5 is that dual rear camera setup that the company did a lot of advertisement of. OnePlus said that the portrait mode of the camera is comparable to that of the iPhone 7 Plus, but we all know that it is not that great as advertised. It seems like the OnePlus 5T is coming with an upgraded dual camera setup on the rear as the Co-Founder of OnePlus, Carl Pei, has shared a new image on Twitter that is for sure clicked with the 5T.

OnePlus 5T Portrait Mode

He shared the image with the caption – “What phone is he taking that photo with?…” which shows that he is teasing the portrait mode feature of the upcoming device from the company. Looking at the image above, it seems the Portrait Mode is surely going to be much better than the one on OnePlus 5. There are also rumors that the phone will feature dual 20MP rear cameras as compared to 16+20MP on OnePlus 5.

Well, this is not the first time Carl has teased the camera of OnePlus 5T by sharing the camera samples. Above are the two more camera samples of the 5T that suggest it is going to pack a superb camera setup. What are your expectations with the phone? Do let us know via the comments section.


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