We already know that the OnePlus 5T is expected to make its debut in the near future – in about a week, to be more specific – but just like in every flagship’s case, a few images of it were already spotted online. But again, this is something common, especially when it comes to a very important handset!
However, this time, things reached a whole new level. A 5-minute long unboxing video, comparing OnePlus’ current flagship with the upcoming OnePlus 5T was uploaded on YouTube by a vlogger, but, in the mean time, was deleted, since any information about the handset is under embargo, says PhoneArena.
Don’t panic, it’s still available for viewing!
Still, we have some good news for anybody who can’t wait to find out more!
Someone else uploaded the video on a different platform and it’s unlikely to be deleted from there anytime soon.
You can check it out here:
One of the first major differences we could notice is the location of the fingerprint sensor. The phone comes with a display with a 18:9 aspect ration and no bezels, so it doesn’t include a home button. Naturally, the fingerprint scanner was moved on the back side.
Solid design. Looking forward to seeing the price!
And, overall, we’re impressed by the look of the device, as well as the build, since it was obvious that it’s a quality device.
The OnePlus 5T will be unveiled officially on November 16, during a special event. As for the availability in other regions, it shouldn’t take the Chinese manufacturer long to make it available for purchase worldwide. Hopefully, they won’t rely on the same invite system anymore.
Stay tuned, as we will be back with more details as soon as anything new comes up.