Alleged OnePlus 5T's render leaked; features 18:9 display

OnePlus may soon launch the OnePlus 5T.

    Today we reported that OnePlus's current flagship OnePlus 5 is out of stock in many markets. Because of this, it was speculated that the company may plan to introduce a new smartphone soon.

    Alleged OnePlus 5T's render leaked; features 18:9 display

    Whether it will be OnePlus 5T or OnePlus 6, that is still a matter of confusion. If you recall, last year, OnePlus 3T was launched just 5 months after the OnePlus 3. So presumably, the Chinese firm is gearing up for the launch of OnePlus 5T. Up until now, there was no solid evidence available to back up this information. However, GizmoChina has just published a picture claimed to be of the OnePlus 5T.

    As far as authenticity is concerned, the picture looks quite sketchy. The phone shown in it bears a lot of resemblances to Samsung's Galaxy S8 duo. It has almost the same design with narrow bezels and a display featuring the aspect ratio of 18:9.

    Many smartphones nowadays feature displays with the 18:9 aspect ratio. Hence, it is only natural that OnePlus is following the trend. The corners of the alleged OnePlus 5T are curved as well. 

    This is pretty much everything that has been leaked by the render. Unfortunately, the rear panel of the smartphone is not shown in the render. We wouldn't be surprised if a dual camera setup is present on the back.

    Coming to the specifications, the OnePlus 5T is likely to arrive with a 6-inch display with the resolution of 2160×1080 pixels. However, we have got no confirmation yet. Other specs of the smartphone are also currently behind the curtain.

    Anyway, we are quite excited to see what upgrades will OnePlus bring to the OnePlus 5T.


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