We were the first to tell you about the way OnePlus is likely to operate with the 5T: parent company BBK Electronics in China has already released a device that will likely serve as the blueprint for the OnePlus 5T, and there is one big change.
While OnePlus has not addressed any of these speculations, reports are positive that the company would look forward to releasing a follow up smartphone, especially now that the OnePlus 5 seems to have sold out in the United States.
Keeping up with its newly-fond tradition of launching two flagships in a year, OnePlus is going to introduce the successor of OnePlus 5, dubbed as OnePlus 5T, as early as November 2017.
It is being speculated that the OnePlus 5T will sport a much larger screen than the now available OnePlus 5. The design of the alleged OP5T in the new render looks like the render we had shared this week.
Just a few days ago, a leaked render of the OnePlus 5T showed what customers will find extremely enticing.
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Meanwhile, Gizmochina also stated that most of the available information on the OnePlus 5T's specifications were about its screen.
The 18:9 screen ratio is still a very rare feature and is actually exclusive to premium mobile releases such as the LG G6 and Galaxy S8.
One would think it is still too early for another OnePlus phone, given that the 5 model has only been on the market for four months.
OnePlus 5 has apparently been selling so well for the past couple of months that inventory for the handset has reportedly already dried up. OnePlus is reportedly increasing the screen size on the new model to 6-inches with 2160 x 1080p resolution, making it an 18:9 smartphone. OnePlus hasn't officially confirmed the new handset yet, but another leak points towards an imminent launch.
The render also shows that the OnePlus 5T will have rounded corners and the edges will house the power button, volume rockers and mute switch.