There isn't usually much variation between OnePlus' T phone variants so we wouldn't expect to see a slew of design changes anyway.
As for the 5G coverage the new 5G OnePlus phone can expect to enjoy, like all U.S. carriers that's still relatively minimal.
Sprint Corp said on Tuesday it would launch a 5G smartphone made by OnePlus, becoming the second USA wireless carrier after T-Mobile to offer a cellphone made by the Chinese company.
The phone joins two other 5G smartphones that Sprint offers, and a 5G mobile hotspot.
This new OnePlus device will be Sprint's third 5G-capable smartphone, joining the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G and LG V50.
Of course there's an off chance that the device in question is the OnePlus 7T Pro, which is due in a few months. "As a community-driven company, we are thrilled to tell OnePlus enthusiasts on the Sprint network that the wait is finally over". Sprint's 5G network is now available in parts of Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston, and Kansas City, and it's due to arrive in parts of LA, New York, Phoenix, and Washington, DC within weeks. Next up will be areas of Los Angeles, New York, Phoenix and Washington, D.C., which the carrier says should light up "in the coming weeks".
Sprint is using midband spectrum in its 5G rollout, which means you'll see speeds ranging from 300 to 500Mbps (more or less), but its range is greater than millimeter wave spectrum used by AT&T and Verizon.
Unlike Verizon, Sprint isn't utilizing mmWave technology to supply its current 5G coverage.