OnePlus 5T launch is less than a week away now, but the leaks aren't stopping.
OnePlus is gearing to launch a souped up version of its current-generation flagship the OnePlus 5, aka the OnePlus 5T, at an event in New York City on November 16. The leak also compares the OnePlus 5T with the OnePlus 5, revealing just how much better the new phone looks. The webpage states that the publication got the OnePlus 5T smartphone without being asked.
We knew it, and it happened eventually. "The device will feature a 5.5" to 6" near bezel-less display with 18:9 ratio.
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This OnePlus 5 successor will sport an anodized aluminium body with 6.01-inch 2160x1080p AMOLED screen and 2.5D Gorilla Glass 5. But it's more like a Google Pixel 2 XL than a Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+/Note8 in that the screen doesn't curve around the left and right edges. Another surprising fact is that the smartphone is running on Oxygen OS based on Android 7.1.1, given that Android Oreo has been there in the market for a considerable amount of time.
As for the rest of the leaked specifications, the OnePlus 5T is expected to pack in a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset with 8 GB RAM and the, now confirmed, 128 GB internal storage option. In other terms, these specs are the best now available in the market, confirming that OnePlus is continuing to use the best internals available in the market. OnePlus improved on the f/2.0 lens of the secondary module found on the OnePlus 5, as both of the OnePlus 5T's sensors will now be mounted behind f/1.7 lenses with a focal length of 27.22mm. (The front-facing camera is unchanged from the original OnePlus 5.) It supports a Portrait Mode, as one would expect these days. The latest report brings us everything yo be known about the upcoming OnePlus 5T.
The battery remains at 3300 mAh with Dash charging capability (5V and 4A) which gives a total output of 20 watts, which can charge the smartphone from 0 to 50 in less than 30 minutes. According to the Geekbench scores, the OnePlus 5T is able to score almost 7,000 points in the multi-core test results. The upcoming high-end smartphone boasts support for all conventional communications standards and is also compatible with Galileo and BeiDou satellite navigation systems.