OnePlus 5T With Slim Bezels Leaked In Images Again

Earlier leaked render

Earlier leaked render

Thanks to a flurry of leaked renders, we've seen OnePlus' much-anticipated smartphone (OnePlus 5T) bearing a bezel-less design. The latest OnePlus 5T leak offers us another glimpse at the device. According to a report by #Tech Radar, alleged images on an unidentified OnePlus smartphone have even begun emerging online.

Several rumours have been doing the rounds of late, suggesting that OnePlus is preparing to launch a minor upgrade to the OnePlus 5, with the name suggested to be OnePlus 5T, on the lines of the OnePlus 3T launched late past year. Then after a few days, some renders and invites were leaked which were claimed as fake because they were not from the OnePlus.Now finally a solid piece of information is there which confirms that OnePlus 5T is happening and will soon be announced officially.

The company is also likely to have been forced to relocate or abandon the OnePlus 5's fingerprint reader, as the newly-enlarged screen has no space to accommodate the sensor. The report goes on to state that the new device might be launched next month. The page reveals the OnePlus 5T in all its glory, giving a clear look at what we can expect from the next OnePlus flagship smartphone. This is going to be the biggest change and the same change can be seen in the tagline "Bigger screen".

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And the images clearly show the OnePlus 5T with zero bezels on sides and minimal bezels on top and bottom.

The major difference between the Oppo R11 and Oppo R11S could be the dual camera setup on the front, and guess what, OnePlus is also looking to add dual selfie camera setup on the OnePlus 5T. The phone in the image has a tall display with an 18:9 aspect ratio.

The image depicts the handset from both the front and back, with the pictured phone looking nearly identical to the already-available OnePlus 5.

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