OnePlus posted a blog post before the end of last night discussing the execution on OnePlus 5. OnePlus CEO Pete Lau, shared the post on the OnePlus Forums while affirming that the up and coming smartphone will be controlled by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835.
The CEO went ahead to clarify that the smartphone producer is endeavouring to enhance the execution of the processor in the future OnePlus smartphone series for a superior ordeal.
He said in a blog post on the company’s official forum: “One of the main areas we wanted to improve was touch latency. Our engineers tested why scrolling occasionally differed between phones. There wasn’t a lot of precedents for them to work with – no benchmarks, no industry case studies to learn from. So we used a special high-speed camera to track screen movements and measure input speeds. As a result, apps respond quickly to your touch for a seamless user experience.”
“We also wanted to improve the overall feeling of smoothness,” notes Lau. In order to achieve this goal, OnePlus engineers have reportedly added a feature to OxygenOS to better manage the way apps perform. “The apps you use most are ready to go when you turn on the OnePlus 5. Apps you rarely use are deprioritized and kept from affecting performance.”
“When we began developing the OnePlus 5, we envisioned a smartphone with flawlessly smooth performance. To illustrate how we made it happen, we’d like to share a bit about our process,” Notes Lau. OnePlus states that with OnePlus 5, the company is focusing on improving its touch latency.
Rumoured specifications of the upcoming OnePlus 5 include a 5.5-inch display, a 23MP rear camera and a 16MP front snapper. It is expected to pack in a 4,000mAh battery.
The OnePlus 5 might have 64GB inbuilt storage with 8GB of RAM.