A new render shows OnePlus 5T in all its glory

The OnePlus 5T is no longer a rumor, but a real upcoming smartphone. With OnePlus scheduling a launch event for November 16, we have just 8 days to go, before finally meet the newest flagship.

Today a new render was spotted in the wild, and we can have a closer look in what to expect from the handset. The picture above mixes most of the recent rumors that were been circulating around the web.

The biggest difference in the OnePlus 5T is obviously its display. The flagship will arrive with a 6-inch FHD+ panel with the trending 18:9 aspect ratio, putting the device on the “full screen” gallery of phones. Due to the bigger screen and the wish to trim down the bezels, the fingerprint sensor is likely to appear on phone’s rear. This new render brings a different form for the fingerprint sensor, being more oval. However, the new form brings a more organic look to the rear, while clearly contrasts.

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The OnePlus 5T will retain most of specs found in the OnePlus 5, Snapdragon 835 paired with 6GB or 8GB of RAM and either 64GB or 128GB of Storage. The main differences will consist in the design adaptation to fit the full screen panel.

We advice to digest those render with a pinch or two of salt, since we can’t affirm if those are legit. However, apart from the rear that looks a little like bad paint skills, the whole look clearly matches with all those rumors regarding the OnePlus 5T.

As mentioned before, the OnePlus 5T will be unveiled on November 16 at New York, for both United States and European market. India and China will have the phone available from November 28. According to reports the phone will arrive costing $479 for 64 GB variant and $539 for the 128GB variant, just like OnePlus 5’s price when launched.


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