The OnePlus 5 is launching globally today (20-21 June depending on time zones). There is not much which OnePlus team has still kept hidden about the OP5. Still, for those concerned, OnePlus 5 will be live streaming the launch event. You can watch it live as the executives from OnePlus unfold everything about their 2017 flagship.
Live Stream Links for the OnePlus 5 Launch Event
You can watch the OnePlus 5 Launch event online. OnePlus has put up an official live stream on YouTube. The stream will start broadcasting from June 20, 9:30 PM (Indian Time). If you’re not familiar with the Indian Time, the launch is scheduled at 12:00 PM EDT on 20th June. You can watch it live below or proceed to YouTube from the link below.
OnePlus might also host live feed on its Facebook pages. So, if you are unable to access YouTube for some reason, you can find the live stream on the OnePlus Facebook page.
You can also watch the OnePlus 5 global launch event live on OnePlus’s website. A live commentary will also be available if you join the launch event on the OnePlus website.
The above live stream links are for the global launch of OnePlus 5. If you are looking for the Indian launch event, it is scheduled for 22nd of June. OnePlus India might not host a live feed from the Indian launch event, but we will update the post if they do.
What to Expect from OnePlus 5 Launch Event
A lot of things about OnePlus 5 are already public. The specifications include the latest and greatest Snapdragon 835 processor from Qualcomm. The processor is coupled with up to 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. Some rumors claim that OnePlus will limit the RAM to 6GB in the 64GB storage variant of the OnePlus 5. The phone will feature a dual camera to capture detailed and clearer photos. The camera sensors are said to be sourced from Sony.
We do not want to spoil the rest of the fun. So, let’s keep some things for the launch. Don’t forget to watch the live stream of the event today. The stream starts on 20th of June at 12 PM EDT.
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