For those eagerly considering the OnePlus 5T, let me share a key piece of info to help you decide. But judging from all available information - nearly everything has been leaked about the upcoming OnePlus 5T smartphone that we nearly know exactly what it will look like.
As per the GFXBench listing, the OnePlus 5T, codenamed as OnePlus A5010, will have a 6-inch display with FHD+ resolution at 1080×2160 pixels.
Earlier on Monday we learned the One Plus 5T will be unveiled at an event in Brooklyn, New York on November 16. Even OnePlus' founders began putting out pictures (more and more) clicked from the 5T.
However, display may not be the only big change in OnePlus 5T.
The successor to this year's flagship killer from OnePlus is slated to lose bezels and gain new camera improvements.
The side bezels are almost invisible, and a power button sits on the right panel just below the SIM card tray as seen in the OnePlus 5T. It is worth noting that OnePlus and Oppo are both owned by BBK Electronics, and the OnePlus 5 looked a lot like the Oppo R11. That means, the OnePlus 5T may feature both EIS and OIS in both the dual rear sensors. Some people are still trying to grapple with the fact that the OnePlus 5 was just released back in July, but nonetheless, its follow-up OnePlus 5T will bow on November 16. OnePlus has already confirmed the presence of 3.5mm audio jack. Without details on the phone, many OP fans are fretting about whether they should be setting aside the cash to order the phone. It's been thought that the OnePlus 5T would launch around the $599 mark, and this comment further implies that this could be the case.
The company posted a photo on its official Twitter account with the caption "Guess which city we're going to party in for the #OnePlus5T launch!"