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26 Octubre 2017, 03:51 | Bibiana Flor
OnePlus 5T with 6-inch bezel-less display, dual rear camera setup spotted on Oppomart
Many rumours and leaks have claimed that the unknown flagship phone will be named OnePlus 5T. First, he tweeted that OnePlus is working on a new device with 18:9 display and they will be releasing the device at the end of the November. Then you must have heard of OnePlus 5, which was launched four months ago. Some rumours suggest that the device may sport a 6-inch (1080x2160) display with an aspect ratio of 18:9, while other rumours hint at the same display as the OnePlus 5 that comes with a 5.5-inch screen. The phone will come with a 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. One the same day of OnePlus 5T specifications leak via an Antutu screenshot showed up that shows much of the hardware as well as Android Oreo out-of-the-box, the pre-order also showed up.
What will the pricing be like? Also, the OnePlus 3T had a larger battery than the original OnePlus 3. There was a USD$40.00 bump in price, so you can probably expect something there or thereabouts. He has not revealed the name of the device, but rumors are rife that this device may get unveiled as OnePlus 5T.
It is worth adding that OnePlus has not yet confirmed anything about its OnePlus 5T smartphone, including its existence. In fact, the retailer has got something to say different than that what AnTuTu revealed.
Moreover, as the 5T will be coming with a taller display and smaller bezels, the fingerprint scanner will now be moved on to the back of the device. It will also come in 6GB / 8 GB RAM models and 64GB / 128 GB storage options. Sometimes we even see marketing materials from the manufacturer ahead of time, after simple slip-ups. With OnePlus 5 you will have high-end specs, a great software, and a dual camera setup. The Front portion camera is employed with a 16 MP sensor for effective selfies and video calling.
The OnePlus 5 features a 3,330mAh battery, so this new model should have a battery of at least that size to support the new, enlarged screen. The cameras listed were 20 MP + 20 MP sensors, which represents a slight improvement over the 20 MP + 16 MP sensors on the OnePlus 5.
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