A new teaser image, given to Android Authority from a trusted source, gives us our best look yet at the OnePlus 5T. 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.
The fingerprint sensor would have to be relocated because of this and if the render is anything to go by, it's going to be relocated to the back.
Several rumours across the web say that OnePlus is working on the OnePlus 5T- the successor to the OnePlus 5. "Same footprint". If accurate, the leaks indicate that OnePlus has followed in the footsteps of companies such as Samsung and Apple, developing a device with ultra-slim screen bezels and an 18:9 aspect ratio. On the right side of the smartphone, a power on/off button can be seen, while on the left, there is a physical toggle button and volume controls. The OnePlus 5T will, nearly certainly sport a dual camera setup on the back, and it will ship with Android 8.0 Oreo out of the box, with the company's OxygenOS installed on top of it.
The earlier launched smartphone, OnePlus 5 came with a thick-bezel design.
Other than display, most of the phone's specifications are believed to be same as OnePlus 5. This website, Weibo can be termed as being a blend of Facebook and Twitter.
It was being reported that the OnePlus 5 wasn't available in stock in the U.S., and there's a chance that the Chinese smartphone brand might launch an upgraded variant of the phone very soon. But according to the leaked image, the OnePlus 5T is going to feature the home button/fingerprint scanner at the rear end.