Rumours of OnePlus' alleged upcoming smartphone, OnePlus 5t have received strong backing when the co-founders of the Chinese tech giant shared photographs captured from a mysterious smartphone, speculated to be OnePlus 5T.
Meanwhile, a pre-order page of the phone has appeared on China's Oppo Mart where images show the OnePlus 5T with thin bezels along with a list of specifications and an estimated delivery. There's also talk of a 20MP camera on the front of the device.
The volume rockers and profile slider are shown at the left side of the phone, which puts the lock button on the right. Samsung's display technology is now the best for Optic AMOLED. This results in a pixel density of 401ppi, while the AMOLED panel results in inky blacks and vibrant, punchy colours.
The OnePlus 5T will come with a Snapdragon 835 processor and will feature a 6 inch display. There were reports previously that the new device would come on November 5, as we had reported earlier. This is made up of a 16-megapixel f/1.7 sensor and a 20-megapixel f/2.4 telephoto sensor. Some new features like portrait mode are expected to be seen in the upcoming smartphone device.
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Not so long ago, OppoMart published details of what we can expect when the OnePlus 5T comes around a few weeks from now, including the pricing. It is not yet clear if the resolution will change for either the rear snappers, or the front. It is most likely to feature 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage.
It is likewise three-dimensional than the OnePlus 5, measuring in at 164 grams.
OnePlus 5T rendered back.
In terms of software, the OnePlus 5 runs on the company's OxygenOS system based on Android 7.1.1 Nougat. The regular sale (on the OnePlus website) would start a bit later. But, OnePlus 5T is more than likely to retain that feature. In the image of the smartphone we can also see what looks like a circular fingerprint sensor at the back of the device. Pei this week also took a dig at a review of the OnePlus 5, saying that "review came in pretty late", which suggests the company is ready to come out with the OnePlus 5T, unless we're reading too much into it.