Yesterday, a set of purported specifications for the much-anticipated OnePlus 5 surfaced online — and now the handset has been prematurely listed by a third-party retailer, shining a brighter light on its specifications and price tag.

Before we dive into the juicy details, we'd like to point out that all of the following information should be taken with a considerable pinch of salt as there's a good chance the retailer has composed the listing using recent leaks.

For the most part, the listing on OppoMart corroborates rumors we've heard in the past, suggesting the OnePlus 5 sports a Snapdragon 835 CPU, 6GB of RAM and a 3,600mAh non-removable battery capable of charging 25 percent faster than the OnePlus 3T.

However, it does reveal a couple of new features. For example, it claims that the handset packs a 12MP dual-lens rear-facing camera and an 8MP front-facing shooter, and makes use of UFS 2.1 storage for smoother multitasking.

What about a release date?

While the inventory note doesn't provide a specific release date, it does state that the OnePlus 5 will arrive at the "beginning of June" with a price tag of $449, which seems plausible seeing as the OnePlus 3T can currently be picked up for $439.