OnePlus 5T Images Leaked! Looks Like A Slightly Modified Oppo R11s

Kristi Paul
October 24, 2017

At the top, the name of the smartphone is mentioned as "OnePlus 5T" we are not yet confirmed that this happens accidentally or intentionally by OnePlus but whatever has happened is a kind of good news for OnePlus fans.

The OnePlus 5T has been leaked again on the Chinese social networking site, Weibo.

Moreover, the render images on the upcoming OnePlus 5T has also indicated that the display will come with a flat edge and the alert slider is making a comeback and is going to be placed on the left side of the handset. All said, OnePlus is yet to confirm the existence of the OnePlus 5T, but the unavailability of the OnePlus 5 in several countries is an indirect hint from the company about the OnePlus 5T arrival. The design of this unannounced OnePlus smartphone got leaked yesterday through a set of images. The report goes on to state that the new device might be launched next month.

The Chinese phone maker is widely expected to announce the OnePlus 5T, a follow-up to its latest device, in the coming weeks.

Other than display, most of the phone's specifications are believed to be same as OnePlus 5.

The tagline seen on the images is "Larger Screen". As you can see clearly, there's no fingerprint sensor on the front of the phone, which is now expected to be present at the back. The phone in the image has a tall display with an 18:9 aspect ratio. However, we can expect the same hardware that made the OnePlus 5 (Amazon, $699.00) so snappy and we're also expecting the phone to be offered in the 6GB and 8GB RAM configurations. The report also points out that OnePlus is likely to pack a dual camera setup on the front of the device. OnePlus has denied the launch date but it won't come as a surprise if the handset is announced in November as the OnePlus 3T was also unveiled in the same month previous year. There have been plenty of leaks and "credible sources" claiming that the OnePlus 5T will indeed be launched in November with a new design language.

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