OnePlus has yet to confirm the existence of the OnePlus 5T, but the rumor mill is consistently revealing leaked information about the rumored Chinese smartphone. As recently, well-known leakster, of course, Evan Blass filtered the OnePlus 5T press render in which portrait mode teased.
OnePlus 5T Press Render Leaked, Portrait Mode Teased
Less than a month after its official presentation, rumors, and leaks related to the OnePlus 5T, the new flagship of the well-known Chinese smartphone manufacturer, OnePlus follows. Now, Evan Blass, well-known for filtering of these issues, has revealed the final appearance of the device.
This will be the OnePlus 5T, a mobile phone with a screen almost without bezels
Carl Pei, the co-founder of the company, wanted to be in charge of closing the 2017 launch calendar with a surprise for everyone: the successor of the successful OnePlus 5, arrived in June of this year.
Just two months ago, we thought that the Asian company was going to wait for next year to launch – perhaps the OnePlus 6, skipping the intermediate model that is characteristic of the company.
However, with the rise of the rumors, the news revealed us that there will be OnePlus 5T and that it will be an excellent proposal. Not only because it will improve the benefits – quite good, by the way – of its predecessor, but also because it will add to the trend of screens with minimal frames.
This is a rumor that we have been alerting from Techviral since the beginning, and now, Evan Blass has confirmed it through his Twitter account.
Top-half of OnePlus 5T (2.5t? Ha). pic.twitter.com/pmfhdQSgWQ
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) October 30, 2017
The new flagship of the Asian firm will take the current design lines that are triumphing in the high range, such as a large screen with few frames and an aspect ratio of 18:9, which will make the terminal higher and less wide than its predecessor, retaining an elegant design.
It is important to note that, according to rumors that have been known, the new OnePlus flagship device, which will be presented on November 20 in an exclusive event, will feature an electronic image stabilizer (EIS) on its main camera and a USB port type C 3.0, together with its OxygenOS customization layer based on Android 8.0 Oreo.
So, what do you think about this new Chinese “beast”? Leave us each one of your views and thoughts in the comments section below.