OnePlus 5T, the much talked about smartphone from the ace Chinese mobile brand is likely to be the first of its kind, all-screen handheld. Though it can be referred as an upgrade to the present OnePlus 5, it is loaded with several plus sides worth giving it a place among the top advanced smartphones in the market. Brushed up for the launch the device is available for pre-order at $549. The delivery is expected to start from the end of this month.
Were you aspiring for a OnePlus device just because of the excellent less-bezel design? Hold your breath, this time you can find the best of this all-screen design trend with this new OnePlus. You may just find it adorable just because of so much screen and that’s exactly what makes it look flashy and elegant. Yes, display is alone the best selling point for the new smartphone. Let’s see all that it offers for the audience.
Thinner And Slimmer Design
Thinner bezels compared to the OnePlus 5 and the absence of any fingerprint scanner just beneath the display are two strong design changes that gave it a overall smarter look than the erstwhile flagship nePlus design. The Bezel-less 6-inch display with much hyped 2K resolution and stunning 18:9 aspect ratio will give it more glaring effects than it has been ever with any OnePlus phone.
Apart from the bezel-less display, the screen size will be full 6-inch compared to the earlier 5.5-inch of OnePlus 5. The AMOLED FHD+ display will come with 1080 x 2160 pixel resolution. The display quality and size together will give it a bigger push in terms of look than any of its predecessors as of now.
Nothing More In Machine Power
From OnePlus 5 the all new OnePlus 5T may look different but it will carry the same power like its predecessor ith its chipset. With the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC, 6GB/8GB of RAM and 64GB/128GB storage combination the all new OnePlus 5T will almost have the same machine power as the earlier OnePlus 5.
Not Much To Expect In Camera Either
Camera is where most expectations about the new OnePlus 5T goes dull and numb. Both the OnePlus 5 and OnePlus 5T cameras are identical with a combination of 20-megapixel f/1.7 aperture Sony IMX398 sensor and 16-megapixel f/2.6 aperture Sony IMX350 sensor. The confusion that still persists is concerning the some listing that describes the camera as a 20-megapixel one. For final clarification on this score we still need to wait a few days.
A Slight Bump In Battery
As far as the battery power is concerned, the new OnePlus 5T is going to receive a slight boost. As per the latest reports and most credible speculations, OnePlus 5T is going to be loaded with a 3,450mAh battery. It will enjoy the same support for Dash Charging as it was with the OnePlus 5. This slight hike from 3,300mAh to 3,450mAh may not be something worth mentioning but it still something positive.
The OS Upgrade
In OS, the new device will have a boost from its predecessor. OnePlus 5T will be run with the more updated Android Oreo 8.0 inside coupled up with the newest OxygenOS version taking care of many things side by side. Compared to the Android Nougat out-of-the-box in case of OnePlus 5, it will be a clear advancement on the software front.
OnePlus 5T Release Date
As per the company announcement the new OnePlus 5T is destined to be released on 16th November this year at Brooklyn, New York. This time the company is actually allowing many of its fans worldwide to attend the launch event and the company has already started selling tickers for the said event. Throughout the end of November to the beginning of December the new device will be made available to the customers worldwide in different phases.
If you want a highly credible statement about the merit of the new OnePlus 5T, we must say it doesn’t offer much depth in features and performance than the earlier flagship. But in all counts, it is quite a good large screen Android device with a pretty moderate price tag.
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