- A5010 model number to carry bezel-free look with a 3.5mm headphone jack
- The device will be donning a 6-inch display with 18:9 aspect ratio
- Two variants to be released - 6GB RAM & 64GB storage and 8GB RAM and 128GB storage
Now, the countdown has begun for the unveiling of one of the most awaited devices of 2017- the OnePlus 5T. The hopes of the users are quite high as the device features as revealed on GFXBench appears quite promising. In an event organized in Brooklyn, NewYork, the smartphone OnePlus 5T will be launched. Furthermore, the company has officially announced that its sale will commence from November 21 in North America and Europe.
Strikingly, the OnePlus 5T is to carry features far better than its predecessor OnePlus 5, which was released this year only back in June. Now, all eyes are waiting for the unfolding of the mysterious yet alluring OnePlus 5T. It is expected to be rolled out in two variants. The first one will carry a 6GB RAM and an internal memory of 64GB while the second variant will have an 8GB RAM and 128GB internal storage. The leaks have floated the rumors that the device will carry a 6-inch display with the aspect ratio of 18:9 and the pixels resolution of 2160 x 1080.
Interestingly, the device will be supporting a primary 16-megapixel camera at the back and will have a dual rear camera setup similar to OnePlus 5. Moreover, the selfie camera at the front will also be of 16 megapixel, but will be noted as 15 megapixel just like the primary camera at the back. The same feature was even highlighted in the first week of November leaks. One may also expect that the smartphone will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC. It might run on the operating system version of Android 7.1 (Nougat).
The flagship device from the company is apparently going to challenge all the other devices with a dual camera setup. The bezel-less look and the 3.5mm headphone jack is definitely going to woo the users. The Shenzhen based Chinese smartphone manufacturer has earlier dropped the idea of wireless charging for its fast dash charge. The CEO of the company in an interview had made the company’s stand clear that with just 30 minutes of charging the dash charge provides all day battery, which is more efficient than any wireless charging available now in any smartphone.
Nonetheless, the company failed to provide the reason why didn’t it go for both types of charging. As of now, it is better to wait for 16th November and then see what will be the reaction of users.