OnePlus 5T's Latest Leak Shows A New Slim-Bezel Display

Lynne Hanson
October 24, 2017

However, we now got one evidence (if it's legitimate) about the OnePlus 5T existence. And today, an alleged leaked image of the hotly-awaited OnePlus 5T has been surfaced on the internet or more precisely on the Chinese microblogging website Weibo, giving a hint about the upcoming smartphone. OnePlus did launch the OnePlus 3T around the same time past year so naturally, the rumors have been about a OnePlus 5T.

Instead of a 5.5-inch display at Full HD 1080p resolution, the OnePlus 5T is slated to feature a larger 6-inch display at QHD+ resolution. No official confirmation has been issued by OnePlus, but an eagle-eyed fan on Chinese social network Weibo supposedly spotted a page on its site that was published by mistake.

Rumours suggest that OnePlus may be about to launch an updated version of the OnePlus 5, featuring an edge-to edge display, after promotional material was reportedly published on the company's website.

It was reported not long ago that OnePlus might skip OnePlus 5T and directly release OnePlus 6 next year but it's the other way around now as the T-series is said to be alive.

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A new teaser image, given to Android Authority from a trusted source, gives us our best look yet at the OnePlus 5T. In order to affix that Bezel Less display or 18:9 display, OnePlus seems to have done slight changes to the device.

The thin top and bottom bezels leave no space for the fingerprint reader, which until the OnePlus 5 resided below the screen, at front.

The bezel-less design will also mean that the front-mounted home button plus fingerprint scanner is not going to be present, meaning the new location is obviously going to be at the rear end of the smartphone. The leaked images do not show the back side of the phone. However, we can expect the same hardware that made the OnePlus 5 (Amazon, $699.00) so snappy and we're also expecting the phone to be offered in the 6GB and 8GB RAM configurations.

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