We’ve heard quite a few rumblings regarding a OnePlus 5 successor, and just a few days ago, OnePlus’ own CEO confirmed the existence of a OnePlus 5T smartphone and some features it will have. Now, we have confirmation of an event that will take place in Brooklyn, NY on November 16. It’s pretty clear what we’ll be getting.
OnePlus is expected to announce a OnePlus 5 successor, namely the ‘OnePlus 5T,’ some time soon. The company, its CEO, and founders, have been busy teasing the yet to be announced smartphone all over Twitter lately, revealing some of its features and specifications. Now, they have begun teasing the phone’s design, and there’s something they clearly want you to know.
The rumor mill starts to buzz again as a possible poster of the upcoming OnePlus 5T smartphone has surfaced. The promotional poster states that there is a “live event” scheduled for November 16. Though, it leaves a space blank for when exactly the phone will become available.
What OnePlus is doing with its flagship Android phones is becoming of mystery to everyone. The Chinese manufacturer came out with a OnePlus 3, which was shortly thereafter succeeded by a OnePlus 3T. Then, the company announced OnePlus 5 just a matter of months ago, and now it appears that a OnePlus 5T is in the works, despite reports concluding that the OnePlus 5 would be the OEM’s last of the year.
Qualcomm was all over Twitter on Monday, teasing what is most likely a new smartphone from OnePlus. The handset expected to launch is the OnePlus 3T. Because of the teasers, we can just about confirm that it will be boarding Qualcomm’s latest piece of processing equipment.
OnePlus just let out a ‘what’s next’ teaser on Twitter. Noteworthy, is that OnePlus will announce something “special” on August 25th.
OnePlus has been on a roll. The company has been updating its old phones frequently and the latest OnePlus 6 has sold in record numbers, beating out the previous sales record-holder OnePlus 5T. Nobody saw this coming given the six-month release cycle, and to spice things up even more, the Chinese OEM announced a new variant of its latest smartphone model this week.
OnePlus is racking up big sales figures for itself following a successful OnePlus 6 release in many countries. The flagship killer is selling in more units than the prior model, and the company is absolutely killing it. OnePlus hasn’t forgotten about owners of previous flagship iterations either, which make up some of its user base.