The Chinese smartphone manufacturer is yet to announce the release date of the OnePlus 5T but reports have claimed that it would happen on November 5.
Images believed to be of the OnePlus 5T with tagline "Bigger screen".
Thanks to a flurry of leaked renders, we've seen OnePlus' much-anticipated smartphone (OnePlus 5T) bearing a bezel-less design. However, one has to take it with a pinch of salt as the company is yet to confirm it.
Ever since the OnePlus 5 went out of stock, there were rumors that perhaps the company is going to release a new handset soon. This will match the upgraded front camera like we saw during the launch of OnePlus 3T.More news: Stranger Things star ditches agent after sexual assault claims
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The flagship smartphones this year have set a trend with their bezel-less smartphones.
There is no official word from the company and the social media handles of OnePlus have not dropped any hints about an event or a launch of a new phone. The OnePlus 5T is apparently going to have a dual camera at the back, just like the existing OnePlus 5 handset, so that's not going to come as a surprise.
It was being reported that the OnePlus 5 wasn't available in stock in the United States, and there's a chance that the Chinese smartphone brand might launch an upgraded variant of the phone very soon. There is a tagline on the landing page which reads "Larger Screen".
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. Now that we might get to see an 18:9 aspect ratio, the OnePlus 5T is rumored to get a resolution measuring at 2,160 x 1,080, meaning that we will get to experience an FHD+ panel on the smartphone for the first time. In order to affix that Bezel Less display or 18:9 display, OnePlus seems to have done slight changes to the device.