Wednesday, 8 November 2017

OnePlus 5T: Launch Date Is November 16



The OnePlus 5T, much to the dismay of OnePlus 5 users, is real and is coming sooner than one would have imagined. OnePlus has officially confirmed that the company is all set to launch a souped-up version of the OnePlus 5 - the OnePlus 5T -- at a global event in New York City on November 16. 

Although the OnePlus 5T launch event, in New York City, will have limited attendance (restricted to select media) fans looking to attend can buy tickets and be part of the unveiling. A ticket to the OnePlus 5T launch event will cost $40. The proceeds from the same, according to OnePlus, will go to charity even as fans who buy these tickets will get company merchandise in return. 

OnePlus 5T specs

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The company has been teasing the OnePlus 5T for quite a long time now. Ahead of the launch, OnePlus has revealed a few details about the upcoming phone. All that is confirmed is that the OnePlus 5T will come with dual cameras at the back, like the OnePlus 5. But, rumours suggest that 5T will be an improved version of the OnePlus 5. the camera department is concerned. OnePlus CEO  confirmed that OnePlus is not going to follow the trend and will not remove the headphone jack. OnePlus 5T will come with 3.35mm headphone jack, this because the company believes in people needs.
OnePlus 5T has been subjected to some rumours and some renders of the phone have also leaked. The device was recently spotted on GFXBench. The benchmark listing and also some of the earlier leaks suggest that the upcoming OnePlus 5T will come with 18:9 display, basically a bezel-less display is expected for the phone. The benchmark listing reveals that OnePlus 5T may come with a 6-inch display, two 16-megapixel cameras at the back, and a 20-megapixel sensor at the front.
It looks like OnePlus 5T will be an improved version of the OnePlus 5, especially in the camera department. To recall, OnePlus 5 comes with 16-megapixel selfie camera. OnePlus 5T in the leaks is shown running on OxygenOS based on Android 7.1.1 Nougat OS, but chances are that the device may ship with Android 8.0 Oreo when it launches. Well, as of now, these are rumoured specs and should be taken with a pinch of salt.

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