The company has oddly already confirmed that it will release the phone on November 21st, and there's an official unveiling that will take place in New York City on November 16th. On the U.S. website of the OnePlus, there was not even any option to buy the smartphone.
To OnePlus' credit, the company has not ruled out introducing wireless charging "when the time is right", but until then, it plans to stick by its Dash Charge technology. Thoughts? Let us know what you think in the comments section below and stay tuned. The price in the document matched what the original OnePlus 5 retailed for.
This is also just for the United Kingdom, so it is possible that there might be adjustments in the pricing in other markets. In the previous month, a leaked render of the OnePlus 5T had revealed the front and rear sides of the phone.
While this clearly suggested that the upcoming phone's price won't exceed the Rs. 39,000 mark, it didn't reveal the exact pricing. The starting price of Rs 32,999 for the OnePlus 5T also makes a lot of sense. There have been some issues that have arisen with the OnePlus 5 since its launch, but overall it's still a great Android phone.
The other features of OnePlus 5T will include connectivity options like Bluetooth, WiFi, GPS, a micro USB Type-C port, 3G and 4G. So, for a company that likes to dub its smartphones as "flagship killers", the lack of an edge to edge display doesn't bode well.
What are the upgrades we will see on OnePlus 5T? Recently some sources have pointed out 18:9 aspect ratio and FHD+ resolution of 2160 x 1080 pixels specifications of the display.
Furthermore, since the screen is larger, the smartphone will have larger battery.