As an when additional info about the upcoming OnePlus 5T (that presumably be called) is unveiled, it gets more  convincing. Well the latest leak by Evan Blass reveals the first press render of the front top part of the OnePlus 5T.

Looking at the first press render it is clear that the OnePlus 5T will come with a bigger screen of 6 inches with FHD+ resolution, it will be a full screen display with 18:9 aspect ratio and with 2.5D curved glass. Most of the specifications will be the same but there could be some design changes.

Since the screen will be talking up almost the front panel, we can expect the finger print sensor to be moved behind. The company might improve the camera megapixel and will change some more specs to make it a lot different when one compares the OnePlus5 with OnePlus 5T.

OnePlus 5T render

There is no word about the official launch but it could happen this month, probably end of November 2017 or early December.

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