On Nov. 16, OnePlus will be unleashing the OnePlus 5T flagship phone with full screen design. In the previous month, a leaked render of the OnePlus 5T had revealed the front and rear sides of the phone. Today, another render showing both the sides of the smartphone has appeared. This new render seems to be a bit different from the one that had emerged in the last month.
The most striking change that can be seen in the new render of OnePlus 5T is that it features a larger display with very thin side bezels. Also, the upper and lower bezels are smaller in size when compared to the OnePlus 5 phone. As the rumor mill has been claiming, the new render suggests that the OP5T would be arriving with an 18:9 aspect ratio display. Speculations are rife that it would be featuring a 6-inch display that will be carrying support for FHD+ resolution of 2160 x 1080 pixels.
Because of the large-sized display, the OnePlus 5T is unlikely to feature a front-mounted fingerprint scanner. The latest render has the fingerprint sensor placed just above the OnePlus logo on the rear panel of OP5T. The previous render had revealed that the smartphone would be featuring a squarish fingerprint scanner. However, the fingerprint sensor appears oval in the latest render.
The overall appearance of the phone in the new render resembles the recently unveiled OPPO R11s smartphone. The back panel of the OP5T that features a dual camera system at the top-left corner appears like the OP5 phone.
OnePlus has already confirmed that the smartphone would be featuring a 3.5mm audio jack. Rumors are rife that the OnePlus 5T would be coming with a larger battery and improved dual rear cameras. It is expected to arrive with Android Oreo preinstalled.
A recent report has suggested that the OnePlus 5T would be coming in 64 GB and 128 GB storage options like the preceding phone. These models are rumored to carry the same pricing as OnePlus 5.
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