In each of the images, the round headphone jack port is clearly visble.
The company also took to Twitter to talk about what is common in all the devices that OnePlus has released since OnePlus One confirming the presence of headphone jack in the upcoming smartphone.
At least "for the time being", CEO Pete Lau and his team of user-adaptable engineers "think it's best to stick with the headphone jack".
The image which was reconstructed by Android Headlines, the one which is attached to the text here indicates that the phone will not be having the USB Type-C port at the bottom surface.
Since Apple and Google have ditched the headphone jack from their flagship smartphones, the same was expected from the OnePlus 5T. So what will OnePlus 5T offer? The advantage to this move it that going with USB-C would allow for a thinner device. We also managed to get our hands on some leak-based OnePlus 5T renders so if you're interested in seeing what the smartphone might look like, make sure to visit the link below. Even better, super-reliable leaker Evan Blass then delivered the goods yet again with this handsome shot of the new OnePlus 5T in all its glory. A leaked image from GizChina indicated the launch date for the 5T.
The OnePlus 5T is the next phone due to arrive following on from the OnePlus 5; tipsters say it'll be launched in late November, November 16 has been mentioned, while other sources say it'll arrive after November 20 - one plausible explanation is it could launch on November 16 and arrive at retail after November 20. Pei did that because Lau, in the post detailing the rationale behind the company's decisions, said, "Sometimes, industry trends go against our core beliefs". He added to it: "Disagreeing on what it means to be courageous".
Other than the display change, the specifications of OnePlus 5T will likely remain the same as the previous OnePlus 5.
The phone will feature a similar spec sheet to the OnePlus 5, including the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor and 6GB of RAM.