Breaking: OnePlus 5T unboxed and shown off in a hands on video


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Yesterday, we had a massive leak related to the OnePlus 5T that revealed all there is to know about the smartphone. Well, everything except the price. On top of that, a constant influx of leaked images have also given us a clear idea of the looks of the handset. The only thing remaining is a formal announcement by OnePlus on November 16.

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Image: Screenshot from the video

However, Karl Conrad, a reviewer on YouTube, last night uploaded an unboxing of the OnePlus 5T. Yes, he was given a review unit and he unboxed the phone and gave us a good look at the handset. He didn’t reveal anything related to the specs. Although he did show off the metallic black variant he got from OnePlus.

The video has since been taken down but some other channels have managed to download the content before it was pulled. Hence, the footage itself is still pretty much available. We will link to the reuploaded video here if you do want to take a look at it. Alternatively, you can visit the source link below if this video does not work as well.
The OnePlus 5T is likely to arrive with a 6.0-inch Full HD+ display with 18:9 aspect ratio. This has also lead to the fingerprint scanner being moved to the back of the phone. The video shows a circular scanner on top of a square OnePlus logo which kind of looks awkward.

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Image: Screenshot from the video

OnePlus also has put a lot of emphasis on the camera of the phone with Portrait and Pro modes that we saw in the latest leak. The battery of the phone is expected to remain the same 3,300 mAh pack that came with the OnePlus 5. So, battery life might take a slight hit.

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Moreover, a majority of the leaks hint the handset will come with Android Nougat, not Android Oreo. To know more about the handset, we will leave a link to yesterday’s leak.
With all the current leaked specs do you think the OnePlus 5T is worth upgrading or not? Let us know in the comments below

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