Allegedly, the Onelus 5T will launch on November 16th. It'll be 2017's last flagship smartphone launch and bring an end to an eventful year. When compared against 2016, this year we've seen upgrades on multiple fronts. The biggest of these came in performance terms as 10nm processors become the norm for flagship smartphones. The second, is display related, with a significantly large number of flagship gadgets now sporting edge to edge display. Chinese manufacturer OnePlus will be the last manufacturer this year to join the list. Today, we've got more details for the OnePlus 5T. Take a look below to find out more.
Latest OnePlus 5T Render Corroborates An Edge To Edge Display, Shows A Rather Orthodox Design As Expected
The OnePlus 5T is surfacing quite regularly on the rumor mill lately. The device will add a few key features on its predecessor, the OnePlus 5. The biggest of these is an edge to edge display, which, despite its supply problems, is a must have feature for any flagship smartphone this year. So while the OnePlus 3T upgraded the battery over the OnePlus 3, the 5T will ship with a new display and some other upgrades as well.
Now, we've got a fresh leak for you. It's from Evan Blass, who's very accurate when it comes to these sort of things. He's managed to lay his hands on a close up render of the OnePlus 5T. This image shows the top half of the device's front and confirms similar, full size renders which have surfaced for quite a while.
The display upgrade suits the OnePlus 5T if you ask us, although it's imprudent to pass a final verdict by looking at an alleged render. So far, we've been unable to lay our hands on authentic, leaked hands on images of the device, so no concrete conclusions related to the smartphone's aesthetics can be reached. But, edge to edge displays generally look very good so expect the OnePlus 5T to follow a similar suit as well.
Other details for the OnePlus 5T include the Snapdragon 835, 6/8GB RAM and 128GB internal storage. A highly unlikely resolution upgrade for the OnePlus 5's rear dual camera setup is also rumored. Since we'll get an edge to edge display, screen resolution and aspect ratio will also improve on the smartphone. Thoughts? Let us know what you think in the comments section below and stay tuned. We'll keep you updated on the latest.
News Source: Evan Blass