OnePlus 5T Surfaces On Graphics Benchmark GFXBench; Sports A 6″ 1080×2160 Display, Snapdragon 835 & More

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With less than two months left for 2017 and less than two days left for the OnePlus 5T’s launch, the leaks just don’t want to stop. At this moment, we’ve got a clear idea of what to expect from the smartphone. The OnePlus 5T will be a near perfect incremental upgrade over the OnePlus 5. It’ll follow in the OnePlus 3T’s footsteps, making for the Chinese manufacturer’s second smartphone launch in a calendar year. Today, the OnePlus 5T surfaces on GFXBench. Take a look below to find out more.

The OnePlus 5T Surfaces On GFXBench; Equipped With Snapdragon 835, 8GB RAM And A 6 Inch Display

As the year comes to an end, we’ve got a lot of upgrades to talk about. An important one out of these is edge to edge displays. In flagship smartphone history, 2017 will be marked as the year which finally did away with bezels. Bezels and batteries are a thorn in both manufacturers’ and user’s side after all. As screen area increases, the top, bottom and sides add unnecessary blots on an overall smooth viewing experience.

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The OnePlus 5T will be the last device this year to feature the upgraded bezel free display. Unless Nokia launches the rumored Nokia 9 out of thin air. This upgrade will make the 5T a markedly different phone when compared against the manufacturer’s current flagship, the OnePlus 5. Furthermore, it’ll also mark a much stronger point of differentiation than the OnePlus 3T had over the OnePlus 3.

Now we’ve got a fresh posting on Graphics benchmark GFXBench which looks to belong to the OnePlus 5T. This post confirms what is expected for the smartphone. It’ll feature Qualcomm’s 10nm Snapdragon 835, 8GB RAM and 16+16MP rear dual camera setup. The posting also confirms display upgrade on the smarpthone. The display for the OnePlus 5T is listed as six inches with 1080×2160 resolution. The display is good news for OnePlus fans, who aren’t big fans of mainstream Android or iOS flagship smartphones.

With edge to edge OLED, the OnePlus 5T will not lag behind contemporary flagships in any way. And, if rumors of a zero price increase bear fruit, then expect OnePlus’ popularity to reach new heights. It isn’t long before the OnePlus 5T is launch. So, let us know what you think in the comments section below and stay tuned in the meantime. We’ll keep you updated on the latest.

 

Source: GFXBench

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