OnePlus back in June launched its flagship for the year, the OnePlus 5. Today, the company accidentally listed the OnePlus 5T on their Chinese website. It has been previously reported that the company is working on the successor for the OnePlus 5 and might be launching it in November. This is similar to how the company had launched the OnePlus 3T which is the successor to the OnePlus 3. The site listing was first reported on by a Chinese website MyDrivers.
In the leaked listing it can be seen that the OnePlus 5T will look similar to the OnePlus 5, however, it will have minor tweaks. The changes in the design are due to the bezel-less display that the company has integrated into the smartphone. The company has also moved the fingerprint sensor to the rear of the device.
As for the specifications, the smartphone will sport a 6-inch full-screen display. It will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset similar to the OnePlus 5. The device will also come with a dual camera setup on the back like the OnePlus 5, interestingly, it will also come with the optical image stabilization feature.
As of now, we recommend that you take this news with a pinch of salt as the company hasn’t officially said anything regarding this. We did check the site for the listing, which has now been removed, however, there was a cache of the page pointing to the fact that the company might launch the device soon.