OnePlus is turning four next month and to celebrate the occasion, they have released the OnePlus 5T in Lava Red. This is a brand new colour that’s exclusive to China for now.
The OnePlus 5T‘s Dash Charge technology is still one of the world’s fastest when it comes to replenishing your phone’s battery. While others have tried to catch up, OnePlus wants you to know that they are still the fastest in their own comparison video.
To make it even more interesting, the side by side charging test was conducted while the screen is always on. Usually, fast charging is only possible when the phone is in a sleep state.
OnePlus‘ decision to launch the T phones was a peculiar one but one I think many were glad they did. It gave the company a chance to address some of the shortcomings of their first flagship earlier in the year and who doesn’t like it when companies fix their mistakes? The 3T, for example, famously added 400 mAh of much-needed battery capacity and improved one of the 3‘s biggest weaknesses.
This year, the company is releasing the OnePlus 5T. The question is: What are they fixing this time?
It appears that everything you need to know about the OnePlus 5T is finally out of the bag. Ahead of its official announcement on 16 November, ZDnet Germany has posted their unboxing photos along with full details of its hardware specs.
The OnePlus 5T will be unveiled next week and this will be their latest update to their current OnePlus 5 which was introduced in June this year. As teased in a number of leaks, the OnePlus 5T will feature a 18:9 “Full View” display which offers a larger 6.0″ screen in a smaller 5.5″ smartphone body.
The OnePlus 5T is expected to be announced on 16 November but here’s an interesting preview of the device. Serial leakster @evleaks has shared the top part of the device which confirms its new “Full View” 18:9 display.
Authorised distributor Brightstar has announced the opening of its first OnePlus authorised online shop in Malaysia. The shop is hosted on Shopee in partnership with RedClick online.
The OnePlus 5T is on its way, and the co-founder Carl Pei and CEO Pete Lau have released a pair of mysterious photos on their respective Twitter accounts with rather mysterious captions.