OnePlus 5T Android Flagship Unveil Set For November 16th

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Some people are still trying to grapple with the fact that the OnePlus 5 was just released back in July, but nonetheless, its follow-up OnePlus 5T will bow on November 16.

OnePlus has now confirmed its launch plans for the OnePlus 5T.

As per the GFXBench listing, the OnePlus 5T, codenamed as OnePlus A5010, will have a 6-inch display with FHD+ resolution at 1080×2160 pixels.

The excitement for the OnePlus 5T is building but the all important question for us, is whether the phone will be arriving in Australia. It is expected to retain the OnePlus 5's 16MP+20MP rear camera with certain software tweaks to improve imaging.

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OnePlus didn't confirm any details in this latest blog post, but it teases new features and improvements for the upcoming reveal. It also shows that the front camera will be bumped to 20MP on the upcoming handset. It is said that the OnePlus 5T will sport a bezel-less design with an 18:9 aspect ratio. There is some clarity now on where the launch event will happen, if OnePlus's recent tweet is to be believed.

As previously reported, the OnePlus 5T will be unveiled in NY, and will be open not only the press (as is typically the case with new product unveils), but also the public.

OnePlus has confirmed that its next-generation 5T smartphone will launch in NY. OnePlus has already confirmed the presence of 3.5mm audio jack. However, a near-Rs40,000 price mark pushed the OnePlus 5T from the flagship killer category to the flagship category and it remains to be seen if the company approves of a more accommodative price tag for the Indian market. Internet sleuths have detected that the promo is in the intersection of West 34th Street and Broadway, making New York City a lock.