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Is this OnePlus 5T render 'leak' proof of new slim-bezel design?

OnePlus 5T With Slim Bezels Leaked In Images Again

However, we now got one evidence (if it's legitimate) about the OnePlus 5T existence. According to a report by #Tech Radar, alleged images on an unidentified OnePlus smartphone have even begun emerging online. Then after a few days, some renders and invites were leaked which were claimed as fake because they were not from the OnePlus.Now finally a solid piece of information is there which confirms that OnePlus 5T is happening and will soon be announced officially.

The flagship smartphones this year have set a trend with their bezel-less smartphones. The report goes on to state that the new device might be launched next month. The dual cameras are placed identically and the slate grey colour is the same found on the OnePlus 5. OnePlus has denied the launch date but it won't come as a surprise if the handset is announced in November as the OnePlus 3T was also unveiled in the same month a year ago.

The Chinese phone maker is widely expected to announce the OnePlus 5T, a follow-up to its latest device, in the coming weeks.

The tagline seen on the images is "Larger Screen".

OnePlus 5T is believed to have a 6-inch full-screen display with 18:9 aspect ratio and rounded edges with thin bezels on each side.

Today, we have received some new images which seems to be much more convincing and are matching with the old rumors.

They show an nearly bezel-less display with the new, taller 18:9 ratio and a missing front fingerprint reader. As you can see clearly, there's no fingerprint sensor on the front of the phone, which is now expected to be present at the back. The most obvious option is to move it to the rear of the device, as Samsung has done with the Galaxy S8's fingerprint reader, but OnePlus could also have removed it altogether in favour of an alternative biometric security method such as facial or iris recognition.

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