The OnePlus 5T renders and real life images have been popping up for quite some time now, and now a new image leaked. This time around we’re looking at a real life image of the device, alleged real life image, that is. The device that is shown here offers really thin bezels all around, and interestingly enough, the corners of its display are not rounded, which contradicts pretty much every other rumor out there. This phone also seems to be more compact than the OPPO R11s (at least it seems like it due to the placing of the phone in the provided image), and it also offers somewhat different design it seems. For those of you who do not know, the OnePlus 5T is expected to be based on the design of the OPPO R11s, and it remains to be seen how similar the two phones will be.
The OnePlus 5 was quite similar to the OPPO R11, so pretty much everyone expects the OnePlus 5T to resemble the OPPO R11s, as OPPO already unveiled the design of its upcoming smartphone. In any case, it seems like the phone that leaked today is running OxygenOS on top of Android, as expected, and it doesn’t have any capacitive or physical buttons on the front side, which probably means that the fingerprint scanner is placed on the back of the device. The power / lock key is placed on the right-hand side of this device, while its volume buttons and the alert slider lie on the left. Now, if rumors are to be believed, the OnePlus 5T will arrive next month, and it will be made out of metal, just like its predecessor. Unlike the OnePlus 5, the OnePlus 5T will sport really thin bezels, and its fingerprint scanner will also be placed differently, as already mentioned.
The OnePlus 5T will, allegedly, sport a 6-inch fullHD+ (2160 x 1080) display, 6GB / 8GB of RAM and 64GB / 128GB of native storage. The device will be fueled by the Snapdragon 835, much like the OnePlus 5, and it will pack in a battery than is larger than 3,000mAh. Speaking of which, OnePlus’ Dash Charge fast charging will also be included in this package, and Android 8.0 Oreo will come out of the box here, with the company’s OxygenOS installed on top of it.