There hasn't been much to go on except circumstantial evidence so the situation won't really be clear until next month when OnePlus is expected to unveil a new smartphone. Now, if the OnePlus 5T ends up resembling the OPPO R11s, that would not exactly be surprising, as the OnePlus 5 is essentially a rebranded OPPO R11 as far as the design is concerned, even though the OnePlus 5 is quite a bit more powerful.
Speaking of the "bezel-less" display, the OnePlus 5T is tipped to have a flat edged screen, unlike Samsung's Galaxy flagships. These leaks should be taken with a pinch of salt until there is an official announcement from the company. As for the release date is concerned, the OnePlus 5T is expected to make its debut in November, although nothing has become official yet.
Instead of a 5.5-inch display at Full HD 1080p resolution, the OnePlus 5T is slated to feature a larger 6-inch display at QHD+ resolution. This will match the upgraded front camera like we saw during the launch of OnePlus 3T. OnePlus was criticised heavily after the launch of OnePlus 5 because the device is a copy of the Oppo R11, barring some changes such as the alert slider, LED module, and camera bump.More news: 'Dragon Ball Fighterz' game receives January release date
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The OnePlus 5T might just sound about right if OnePlus carries on its trend of releasing two phones in a year. In order to affix that Bezel Less display or 18:9 display, OnePlus seems to have done slight changes to the device. Also, the phone was earlier reported to becoming with a dual front camera setup.
The image depicts the handset from both the front and back, with the pictured phone looking nearly identical to the already-available OnePlus 5. 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.