Barely 24 hours after OnePlus took to its Twitter page to hint at the international launch of the OnePlus 5T on November 16 in Brooklyn, New York, the company has officially teased the launch of the flagship model in China for November 28. The teaser poster for the launch in China appeared on OnePlus’ official Weibo page and it reveals that the launch event would hold at 14:00 in Beijing while the sales would commence by 10 AM on December 1.
The teaser poster is the same as that used to announce the upcoming launch in New York City and the major highlight apart from the date, is the theme “A New View”. This is no doubt, a reflection of the full-screen design the device is expected to pack. OnePlus CEO Liu Zuohu confirmed this in his Weibo message where he hinted that the device will be a true flagship this time around with a new display size. There won’t likely be any difference in design and specifications between the international version and the Chinese version of the OP5T but the Chinese version may likely come in slightly cheaper.
The OnePlus 5T specification is pretty much known, but to refresh our memories, here’s a recap. The flagship model is expected to feature a 6-inch display with 2160 x 1080 pixels resolution which means they would adopt an 18:9 aspect ratio. The flagship model is also expected to pack a Snapdragon 835 flagship processor like the OP5. The device is expected with an 8GB RAM + 128GB memory while there may likely be a 6GB RAM + 64GB storage variant. Apart from the full-view display screen, the large memory will be another major selling point of the device. On the camera end, we expect a 20MP + 16MP dual camera setup at the rear while there will be a 20MP selfie camera at the front.