OnePlus 5T hands-on images leaked, official camera samples teased ahead of launch

The smartphone is expected to sport a 6-inch (1080x2160) display with an aspect ratio of 18:9. It is further told to have a 16-megapixel front camera.

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The handset will also get some new cameras.It looks like there will be two 20 megapixel cameras on the back of the device. There is a display flash for selfies in darker lighting conditions and there is also auto HDR.

Regarding cameras on the upcoming device, reports suggest that it could sport a 20MP+ 16MP dual camera setup on the rear. It is not yet clear if the resolution will change for either the rear snappers, or the front. There is also a 3300mAh battery on board, which is charged via USB Type-C and supports the company's Dash Charge technology for a whole day's battery in 30 minutes charge. Other hardware specs, including the processor and storage, are expected to be the same as that of the OnePlus 5.

It feels like we're getting to know the OnePlus 5T pretty well. So it may come to the device soon but it comes out of box with Android 7.1.1 Nougat. It is not yet clear what the OnePlus 5T will launch on, whether it will be Nougat or Oreo, but expect the OxygenOS overlay again. Having said that, Evan Blass said quite recently that the device will arrive after November 20, so these two pieces of info do not really agree one with the other, as the device probably will not launch in India first, but it will be the other way around, the phone will nearly certainly be announced on a global scale first, as the OnePlus 5 was. Same footprint”. We expect to see an 18:9 FullView display on the OnePlus 5T and the fingerprint would go on the back, as the image vaguely suggests.

The image surfacing suggesting the launch date as November 16 has surfaced along with the OnePlus 5T image in it. Judging by this image, we can safely say that the OnePlus 5T bears a similar profile to that of the Oppo R11s that was leaked recently and is scheduled to launch on November 2.

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