When the OnePlus 5 launched, the company faced much criticism for the raising price of its smartphones.
In the weeks leading up to the announcement, the brand has held to reveal some features of its new flagship. The OnePlus 5 already is quite a performer, but did not quite fit the look of a 2017 flagship. Interestingly, to watch the launch function live in NY one has to shell out $40 though the company says the proceedings will go to charity.
The successor is, however, tipped to tout a larger 6-inch edge-to-edge Full HD AMOLED display with an 18:9 aspect ratio, an upgraded dual-camera configuration (20MP+20MP) and a beefier 3,500mAh non-removable battery. Wireless charging creates constraints, argued OnePlus, since you need to account for all the pads, cases, tables, and lamps that support the feature. Thankfully, another edge-to-edge display phone is soon to reach the market from OnePlus which will be priced comparatively lesser than the other two. The live streaming of the event will be also available on YouTube. The publication reports that there are no price changes for the OnePlus 5T when it comes to purchasing the smartphone through a business on O2's network. Despite the fact that the 5 has been one of the biggest success stories of the year, OnePlus' decision to phase it out after such a short run will make many buyers unhappy.
After affirming a 3.5mm sound jack, OnePlus has at last prodded where it is set to dispatch the OnePlus 5T, other than indicating the cell phone's measurements.
It is expected that this smartphone will be equipped with 8 GB RAM along with 128 GB internal storage ability.
The OnePlus 5T has a really close resemblance to the recently released Oppo R11S and the thinner bezels on the sides are similar to what we had seen in Samsung Galaxy S9+ and Galaxy S9.