OnePlus recently disappointed some of its current users, breaking a promise to update OnePlus 2 to Android 7.0 Nougat. The Chinese company, however, have the opportunity to accumulate points with their next flagship device, even though lashed by the critics for the copying the design of the iPhone 7 Plus. The latest rumour about OnePlus 5 is that the device will use faster memory type UFS (Universal Flash Storage).

If the interpretation of the statement by CEO of OnePlus on the Chinese social network Weibo is correct, then it appears that the new OnePlus 5 will rely on UFS standard of internal memory, probably, most current UFS 2.1. That means smartphone will have considerably higher speed and faster performance.

The product is expected on 20 June, and it has a significant potential to increase brand fanbase. It is speculated that this device will come with a dual camera, powerful Snapdragon 835 chipset and up to 8 GB of RAM. Of course, the need for 8 GB RAM remains a mystery, but the configuration sounds excellent.