The OnePlus 5 is expected to be announced in June or July. OnePlus

A prototype of the OnePlus 5 has surfaced online showing the handset comes with dual cameras on the back. It’s believed this is merely an early prototype and doesn’t necessarily reflect how the final version of the OnePlus 5 will look.

The photo of the OnePlus 5 prototype was exclusively shared online by Android Authority. The website claims the photo was obtained from one of its sources. The photo shows what appears to be the chassis of the OnePlus 3 or the OnePlus 3T but with the dual cameras sitting vertically above the company’s logo and the dual-tone flash.

Since this is just a prototype, it’s very likely the OnePlus 5 won’t have the same OP3/3T chassis. This might very well be a mockup but it does give everyone an idea of how the dual-camera setup will look on the final version of the handset.

This newly leaked prototype has also drawn some comparison with the allegedly leaked photo of the OnePlus 5 from India Today a few weeks ago. That image might have some similarities with this prototype, but it doesn’t necessarily mean that was legitimate. It’s possible the render shared by India Today was made by someone who may have seen this prototype.

Since we only get to see the back of this OnePlus 5 prototype, it’s really impossible to tell its exact dimensions or its display size. One thing that does stand out from the prototype is the larger spacing between the volume rocker and the signature OnePlus alert slider.

Judging from the increased spacing, it's possible the OnePlus 5 is taller than the OP 3T. This could mean the new handset might have a taller display, and possibly slimmer top and bottom bezels. The current smartphone trend right now is having a bezel-less design and it would be in OnePlus’ best interest to at least keep up with the likes of the LG G6 and Samsung’s Galaxy S8.

Another important thing that’s been noticed with this prototype is that the fingerprint scanner hasn’t been relocated to the back. It’s clear the fingerprint scanner on the OnePlus 5 will stay up front, but exactly how it’s going to be implemented is still a mystery.

Expect A Price Hike

Another important thing to note is that the OnePlus 5 might be pricier than its predecessors. If there’s one thing OnePlus excels at, it is that it always manages to undercut the prices of its competitors’ flagships.

Android Authority’s source claims the OnePlus 5 might actually cost as much as $650, but no exact pricing has yet been confirmed. The reason for the price hike is because the OnePlus 5 will use “more costly components,” and OnePlus is “looking at a significantly higher price point due to components and design,” the source said.

The popular rumor that’s making the rounds is that the OnePlus 5 will be powered by the Snapdragon 835 processor with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. Other rumored specs include dual front-facing cameras and a 1440p QHD display, GSM Arena reported.

OnePlus has always managed to deliver smartphones with the latest and greatest specs while keeping prices down, so it’s still possible that the OnePlus 5 could be cheaper than $650. However, don’t expect it to carry the same price as the $439 OnePlus 3T.