Oneplus 5T launch event scheduled for November 16th

OnePlus 5T Render

OnePlus 5T Render via Android Authority

In the official events page on the OnePlus website, the company posted the announcement for the OnePlus 5T launch event schedued for Thursday, Nov. 16, at 11 a.m. EST in NY. Let us know your thoughts in the comments, and remember that we will bring you the latest once the OnePlus 5T's November 16 launch event rolls around.

According to confidential documentation seen by TechRadar, the OnePlus 5T will cost the same amount for businesses on the O2 network in the United Kingdom as the OnePlus 5 did earlier this year. Besides, the new release design recommends that the Shenzhen-based organization may have a few declarations particular to its USA audience. OnePlus have always been surprising users when it comes to the launch of a smartphone with exciting new features.

OnePlus CEO Pete Lau has hinted at the phone's pricing, saying $600 will be enough to purchase the OnePlus 5T.

OnePlus 5T price is expected to remain same as it's predecessor. To participate in this prize draw, simply subscribe to the account Instagram of OnePlus, post a selfie with the person with whom one wishes to make the trip, and then fill out a questionnaire online.

OnePlus 5T is the next major improvement over the current OnePlus 5 smartphone. The fact that it was a business listing complicates matters, but consumers will probably see the same numbers when the OnePlus 5T goes public. To attend this event, the company has sold out tickets today for $40 each. It will have 6GB RAM and 64GB internal storage in the base variant.

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. Thankfully, another edge-to-edge display phone is soon to reach the market from OnePlus which will be priced comparatively lesser than the other two. The OnePlus 5T is expected to sport an aluminium unibody chassis and have bottom-firing speakers with the 3.5mm jack again finding a place on the device.

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