OnePlus 5T

OnePlus 5T Unboxing Video Surfaces, Gets Removed, Confirms Leaked Specs

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OnePlus 5T official launch is slated for November 16th, but one YouTuber managed to get his hands on the upcoming device, even release a video on YouTube, but ultimately he removed it. Thankfully someone managed to snag the video and re-upload it on Dailymotion.

As you can see in the unboxing video below (originally uploaded on YouTube by “Karl Conrad”), the phone looks exactly like on the leaked images, sporting thin bezels along with a wide, 18:9 screen. The screen got a size bump compared to the one seen on the OnePlus 5, now measuring 6.01-inch in size and featuring fullHD+ (2160 x 1080) resolution. As on its predecessor, the screen type is a Full Optic AMOLED.

While the phone doesn’t bring notable upgrade in the form of hardware, being powered by Snapdragon 835 and coming in two versions, one with 6GB of Ram and 64GB of storage, and the other featuring 8 gigs of Ram along with 128GB of storage (and again not offering an SD card slot), it does come with an improved main camera setup.

Dual camera setup is now made out of one 16MP sensor and one 20MP sensor and f/1.7 lenses on both sensors. Other changes include a rear-mounted fingerprint reader, and slightly taller, and wider dimensions compared to the OnePlus 5. The (rumored) price is $479 for the 6GB/64GB version.



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