The device will later be available at all sales channels, the company said in a statement.
Anyway, let's concentrate on a new report by Tech Radar that has revealed an interesting piece of information. As per reports, the OnePlus 5T could come to the market with a similar price tag - Rs 32,999 for the base model - as the current generation flagship.
That news comes from Tech Radar, which saw some "confidential documentation" from United Kingdom carrier O2 that shows the pricing similarities.
The publication got hold of a confidential document from a local carrier O2 that revealed the detail.
The other co-founder of OnePlus, Pete Lau took to Weibo, the Chinese microblogging website to hint at what the OnePlus 5T might be priced at. When asked if 4,000 Yuan (around Rs. 39,000) would be enough to buy the new OnePlus phone, the CEO commented "Enough". After weeks of speculation and doubts around the existence of the OnePlus 5T, the much anticipated smartphone will be made official. We shall know the confirmed pricing details of the phone within a week's time.
Well, OnePlus has been steadily making its phones costlier by around Rs. 5,000 each passing year.
Presumably, it is determined to keep its reputation intact as a company that offers feature-rich flagships at cheap prices.
We're a little over a week away from the debut on the OnePlus 5T, and we're certainly excited to see what the company has in store.
The display will also be bigger at six inches; however, it will not reflect on the phone's overall size as this new panel will be more in line with the 18:9 edge-to-edge bezel-less displays found on the likes of LG-V30, iPhone X, and the Xiaomi Mi Mix 2.
Although the dimension will remain the same on OnePlus 5T, it will feature a larger FHD+ display of 6-inches. From what we've seen so far, it's going to be a nice upgrade, but apparently, it's not going to cost anything extra...
OnePlus 5T is expected to pack in a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset with 8GB RAM and a 20MP front and rear camera, according to an earlier report by GizChina. Tech Radar also used these documents to confirm that the OnePlus 5T will launch with those two storage options, though it seems that a 256GB option might be off the table.