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New OnePlus 5T Images Surfaces Online Showing Full-Screen Display

by Jeet 1

OnePlus is said to be working on a new smartphone — OnePlus 5T, which is expected to launch soon. While there is no official confirmation from the company regarding the OnePlus 5T, recent reports seem to strongly suggest the phone’s existence.

Earlier, renders of the smartphone were leaked online, and now we have new images of the OnePlus 5T that have surfaced online, showing its design and the full-screen display.

The leaked images are the screenshot of the phone’s landing page on the company’s website. However, the landing page is not live yet.

OnePlus 5T Design Leak

The images reveal the phone’s design, which seems similar to that of Samsung Galaxy S8. There is a tagline on the landing page which reads “Larger Screen. Same Footprint.”

OnePlus 5T is believed to have a 6-inch full-screen display with 18:9 aspect ratio and rounded edges with thin bezels on each side. Given the tagline for the phone, it is likely that the dimensions of the phone will remain same as of OnePlus 5.

Many smartphone manufacturers from China have already launched a smartphone with a bezel-less display. Also, most of the flagship smartphones launched this year come with a full-screen display. But, OnePlus is yet to launch such smartphone and the OnePlus 5T is believed to be the one to fill the gap.

The smartphone is speculated to arrive with the same camera sensors that are available on OP5. However, we are expecting the company to add optical image stabilization to the rear dual cameras. On the front side, it may feature a 16-megapixel selfie camera.

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Other than display, most of the phone’s specifications are believed to be same as OnePlus 5. As per the rumours, the upcoming smartphone may not feature the standard 3.5mm audio jack.

While there is no information about the phone’s availability or pricing, it is rumoured to be priced at around 3,000 Yuan (~$452).

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  • Rick

    Looks nice, but I’m afraid the fingerprint scanner will go to the back and you have to pick up the phone to unlock it. I’d even rather have it on the side than the back.

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