It is also suggested that the phone is to hit shelves in the same month, however the exact date has been omitted from the image.
The image shows that the top and bottom bezels have been reduced significantly, which suggest the OnePlus 5T may not come with a physical home button like its predecessor. The fingerprint sensor is shown to have a square shape to match the company's logo. And considering that OnePlus is owned under the same company that owns Oppo and Vivo, it seems likely that there will be a resemblance to one of Oppo's or Vivo's existing offerings that will be carried forward to the 5T. So, until the company officially launches the device, we should take all the above-mentioned claims with a pinch of salt.
We would expect the dual rear camera setup to remain for the OnePlus 5T however, along with Portrait and Pro modes.
There have been reports that the OnePlus 5T will feature a design similar to the newly launched Oppo F5.
OnePlus 5T is equipped with dual primary camera with Sony sensor and IMX398 IMX350 20 and 16 MP, respectively, so that combined with 16-megapixel frontalka will be a very good camera for reasonable money - it is rumored that OnePlus 5T will be asked in the region of $550, while for X the new iPhone in Russian Federation asked nearly 100 000. Both the smartphones would look identical when placed side by side. The leaked images also reveal that the smartphone will flaunt bezel-less display, edge-to-edge display and 18:9 aspect ratio.
The OnePlus 5T is reported to be coming with the same processor, RAM options and storage options.
OnePlus 5T has come to reality with 18:9 aspect ratio display and rear fingerprint sensor.
The smartphone will likely be offered in the same two configurations as the OnePlus 5 - a 6GB RAM + 64GB ROM variant and another 8GB RAM variant with 128GB onboard storage. It's an alleged successor to the OnePlus 5, which was launched back in June. The handset will also come with the latest version of Google's mobile OS, Android Oreo.
An image has been shared by GizChina website showing OnePlus 5T promotional banner with Amazon Exclusive written on top.