+ Wednesday January 29th, 2020

The upcoming OnePlus 5T is hotly anticipated, and though we’ve seen some pictures of the phone previously, this latest look is one of the clearest.

Overnight Evan has tweeted an image showing the top of the upcoming OnePlus 5T. Although the OnePlus 5T is not official yet it is well and truly expected with the OnePlus 5 being sold out in most of the world and Carl Pei tweeting cryptically about a new camera in a new phone.

We have seen quite a few leaks of the OnePlus 5T in recent days including confirmation of a post-November 20 launch from Evan himself.

Of course there is nothing official coming out of OnePlus but with this many leaks it’s just a matter of time before we have official confirmation. Hopefully they sell this directly into Australia after what was, by all accounts, a successful soft sale here.

Anyone interested? I know a few here at Ausdroid are.

Source: Evan Blass.

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(reply to Original 5 owner as stupid Captcha won’t allow replies) Exactly. I don’t need the larger screen, the fingerprint reader on the front is best especially if you dock your phone in the car and can’t access it on the back.

the camera is better but in the end I won’t notice the difference.

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I suppose it’s good to have more choice but having purchased the Oneplus 5 through the soft launch, I am not sure I would have picked the new one if I had the choice at the time – I find the fingerprint reader on the front (rather than the back) very useful and the full front screen a bit of a novelty (having had the S8 too).

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