OnePlus 5T's New Render Reveals the Entire Phone

Isaac Cain
November 9, 2017

The OnePlus 5 is the company's highest priced smartphone ever, not that that's a bad thing. But we now know what the company's next flagship is going to feature as well as when and where it will be released.

On the camera front, OnePlus 5T is expected to have twin 16MP cameras in the rear and a 20MP sensor in the front. One can extrapolate from this tidbit that the price for consumers will also remain the same, which means the 64GB OnePlus 5T could go on sale in the United Kingdom for £449 and $479 in the US.

OnePlus CEO Pete Lau has hinted at the phone's pricing, saying $600 will be enough to purchase the OnePlus 5T. The event is expected to start at 4 PM GMT. Now just a couple of days ahead of the unveiling, the OnePlus 5T's pricing has been leaked on the interwebs.

OnePlus 5T is the next major improvement over the current OnePlus 5 smartphone. The up and coming cell phone is additionally being speculated to look very much similar to the Oppo R11s that was propelled a week ago, and a benchmark posting uncovers the nearness of an 18:9 angle proportion including a display. Like its predecessors, the OnePlus 5T will also be available online and those who are interested in buying it can order it from and once it is launched in India. The tickets will cost $40.

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Meanwhile, OnePlus also confirmed that people attending the event in Brooklyn will be getting $70-worth of exclusive freebies, according to Android Police.

Considering that the 5T will be an upgrade over the 5, we can expect minor increments to the hardware.

As per the Under the hood specifications are concerned, The smartphone will equip the same processor and RAM combination which is Snapdragon 835 SoC and 8GB RAM. The new flagship device will sport an nearly all-screen panel with slimmer bezels. Perhaps we might see the arrival of a new set of cameras as well.

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