"In terms of specs, we expect a phone which utilises nearly the full front of the device in an 18:9 aspect ratio with rumours pointing to a 6" sized display. The 5T is expected to be priced under CNY 4,000 (approximately Rs 39,000), which will be slightly more than the existing OnePlus 5's prices. The rear cameras will be coming in a dual setup of 16 MP cameras. The latest crop of information also includes a GFXBench leak. It doesn't confirm if the handset will be available for purchase immediately and if OnePlus is going to conduct an event of sorts to show off its new flagship smartphone.
The cameras are supposedly 20MP sensors. We're speculating that there might be live music and/or some sort of incentive offered to event-goers for the 5T, but nothing is specifically mentioned in the forum post.
While its great OnePlus is letting fans get closer to the action, we're bemused by the decision to charge them for the privilege. It's not that hard to ascertain from that picture that it's headed to NY. It also stated that phone would continue to have a 3.5mm headphone jack. You might want to ask yourself this question, as OnePlus will be offering tickets to its OnePlus 5T unveiling on November 16th in Brooklyn, New York for $40 a pop. So, that being said, chances are, OnePlus 5T may launch in New York City first.
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