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OnePlus 5T Fresh Renders Reveal its Full Screen Design

by Anvinraj Valiyathara 24

OnePlus is reportedly working on a new smartphone called OnePlus 5T. A recent tweet by Carl Pei, the co-founder of OnePlus, hints that the company has stopped the production OnePlus 5 and is going to soon launch a newer model. Recent reports suggest that the Chinese firm may soon introduce OnePlus 5T smartphone with a full screen design. There is still no official confirmation on the existence of OnePlus 5T. Today, a leakster from China has revealed the front and rear renders of the alleged OnePlus 5T.

Before the launch of OnePlus 5, all the well-known smartphone OEMs like Huawei, OPPO, Vivo and Xiaomi had launched smartphones with dual rear cameras. However, OnePlus joined the party later in June by releasing OnePlus 5 with dual rear cameras

Many smartphone OEMs from China have now released phones with full screen design, but OnePlus is yet to launch such a phone. There is no confirmation on whether the following renders of the alleged OnePlus 5T are true, but they do reveal what to expect from the smartphone.


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As it can be seen in the first image, the rumored OnePlus 5T features a full screen design. Recent reports have suggested that the OP5T may feature a 6-inch screen that will be offer an aspect ratio of 18:9. The size of the upper and lower bezels has reduced when compared to the OnePlus 5. Also, the OP5T also features slimmer side bezels. There is no Home button below the display.

The backside of the phone appears very similar to the OnePlus 5. However, there is a square-shaped fingerprint reader just above the OnePlus logo. The horizontally stacked dual rear cameras are present at the top-left corner of the phone. The OnePlus 5T is speculated to arrive with the same camera sensors that are available on OP5. Hence, the upcoming OnePlus phone is speculated to include a 20-megapxiel sensor and a 16-megapixel sensor. However, the Chinese firm may add optical image stabilization for the dual cameras. The frontside of the phone may feature a 16-megapixel selfie camera.

The rumor mill has also revealed that the OP5T may not feature the standard 3.5mm audio jack. The smartphone will be fueled by Snapdragon 835 chipset. It is rumored to be priced around 3,000 Yuan (~$452).

What do you think about the above renders of OP5T? Share us your thoughts by posting your comments.

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  • Krishna Chaitanya

    Surprise to see y these OEM’s are removing 3.5 mm jack

    • James

      It’s annoying. I wanted to buy a dual SIM “budget flagship” with a 3.5mm port since my SD810 Nubia Z9 Max failed (I have a lot of great headphones, which I use a lot).
      I also have wireless headphones (6 sets), but I just don’t like using them.

      OP5 in black – out of stock
      Nubia Z17 – no jack or B20
      MI6 – no jack or B20
      etc etc….

      I ended up getting a MI A1, becuase it has a jack and it sounds pretty good.
      So I’ve had to compromise on having a really good camera and NFC, which is a shame.
      It will have to do, for now.

      • leo98918

        You could’ve gone with an older flagship, which should perform better than those budget devices and can be had for the same or cheaper price. Since you’re such an audiophile (just making assumptions), you should go for LG’s offerings like the V20 or G6, V10 or G5. They always provide great DACs compared to the competition and have NFC, removable batteries, great cameras, AND wireless charging.

      • Aman A

        If you are not concerned about the price then go for Samsung galaxy note 8


    so basically a Vivo V7+ with Snapdragon 835, and no headphone jack.

  • Vir

    Just don’t use full screen (18:9)….without fingerprint it’s not user’s friendly…

    • Tobi

      That’s how it is. Because of that I use op5 instead to s8

  • Joshuva J Antony

    This is one of the reason which shows people must stay away from Oem companies.

    They release phones as they please with an interval of 4 or 5 months and will abandon the previous users.

    Buy phones from Google or Apple. They never does it. One series a year! + Continued software support.

    Stay Premium 👍🏼

    • Zero

      Actually Google is doing it lately… A lot.

      • Joshuva J Antony

        No! Pixel devices has the longest support in any Android devices. Pixel phones will not be abandoned. And you are telling google is doing it lately…a lot? Maybe you are talking about Oem.

    • Why does Oneplus abandon current users just because they release one (“1”) phone every six months? The OP3/3T are getting the same support, in fact, you’ve got a longer support time if you go with the first model because in the current scenario the OP3T will get updates for the same time as the OP3 and therefore about 6 months less.

      • Joshuva J Antony

        Yes correct! 😋👍

    • leo98918

      Says “stay away from OEMs” due to poor software support.

      Says “Go Apple or Google (Pixel line)”

      Fails to realize both are OEMs.

      I get what you’re trying to say, you just didn’t word it properly, just nit-picking here.

      Also, just because Google didn’t build their devices in-house, doesn’t make it any better for software support.

      It all depends on the manufacturer. Google only supported their Nexus line for 2 years, 3rd party OEMs decided they’ll do the bare minimum as well. It’s gotten better over the years and pretty much all fulfill their 2 year agreement for a few years now. Google has just now stated they will support their devices for 3 years, which should have an effect on 3rd party OEMs.

      Also, I had a Galaxy SII from T-Mobile, and it has received updates (I think only 1 honestly) well after it’s 2 year mark. The one to blame isn’t ONLY the OEM, your phone provider has a lot to do with it as well.

      • Joshuva J Antony

        Thank you for agreeing with me but Both aren’t Oem. Google is directly providing the updates to Pixel devices just like Apple does with iphone devices. For Google, Hardware maybe taken care of Htc but software is fully controlled by Google itself. Meanwhile as you told Oems aren’t gonna give you a good software support. Look OnePlus 3 / 3T as an example. It is also having software issues like doze bug which fails to go to doze when phone is idle. But Oneplus was never able to fix it or address it. Just 1 year ! And the company has announced Oreo will be the last update.

        • Garry

          But what the point of these updates? My Iphone 6s lagging as fuck, so Appple is forcing me to buy new phone. So your point is not even valid. You might have 4 year support but after 2 years with latest ios kills the performance.

          • Joshuva J Antony

            Well the only thing you can do is a full reset and am sure it will work as new again. Ios becomes more clunky bcoz the unwanted huge app updates which remains as cache. Unfortunately there is no full cache wipe option in iOs as in Android

  • Tod Middle-Lane

    God I hope it’s not the pOLED display panel from LG. The one rumoured in HTC U11 ultra and pixel 2XL… Please be Amoled…

    • Aman A

      OnePlus has confirmed that it will continue to use optical AMOLED in future

  • jayesh dubey

    One plus 5 current design is great ,changing the location of fingerprint from front to back is bad decision from it.

    • Joshuva J Antony

      Well its okay..i just wish the fingerprint scanner doesn’t look squarish..its ugly on the back. Make it round! It would be looking more good and giving a good appeal above the oneplus logo

  • goodwill

    Again, OP is not the type to do small design changes. I doubt that this render will be the next OP.

    • Joshuva J Antony

      I don’t doubt it if it is a “T” release. If next device is OnePlus 6 then..i too think the same way as you.

      • Hakim Farouk

        Agree with you on the T

  • Andrew Fernandes

    I guess there should be 3.5 mm Jack in the new OP5T