OnePlus 5T rumors and leaks are becoming more and more frequent these days. This time another image of OnePlus 5T has been leaked and the image reveals the top part of the phone.

The OnePlus 5T image shows minimal bezels on the top along with camera sensor, SIM slot and power button on the right side. It also reveals 2.5D curved glass full-screen display and the metal frame of alleged OnePlus 5T.

Previously, many renders of OnePlus 5T have been surfaced revealing its 18:9 aspect ratio display. Now, we have the first clear press render of OnePlus 5T. The latest leak comes from famous tipster Evan Blass.

If we talk about specifications, earlier leaks have revealed the Android version, processor, and some other key specifications as well. Along with renders, the OnePlus 5T AnTuTu benchmark screenshot leaked by an Italian publication GizChina which shows OnePlus 5T specs.

OnePlus 5T leaked specifications

After going by this latest leaked image, we can safely say that the OnePlus 5T features a similar display to that of the Oppo R11s that was also leaked recently and is scheduled to launch on November 2 in China.

After the AnTuTu screenshot, we can expect more specifications of the OnePlus 5T. The screenshot reveals that the screen resolution is 1080 x 2160 pixels, which confirms with previous leaks that suggested at a full HD+ display. Also, the size of display is expected to be around 6-inches.

Talking about OS, OnePlus 5T is told to be running Android 8.0 Oreo out-of-the-box. Some more specifications of the OnePlus 5T are also shown in the benchmark. The camera department is confirmed to have a 20MP + 20MP dual rear camera setup.

Further, the OnePlus 5T is shown featuring a Snapdragon 835 processor along with an Adreno 540 GPU. Also, the RAM and internal storage remain the same as OnePlus 5 with the RAM being 8GB along with 128GB storage. It is not clear if the storage will be expandable this time or not.

The OnePlus 5T is expected to be launched around the same time when the OnePlus 3T was launched which means we could see the flagship killer from OnePlus before November ends.