So far, OnePlus has not revealed any information about its rumoured OnePlus 3T smartphone. But that hasn't stopped the leaks from pouring in non-stop. And now, the camera details of OnePlus 3T have been reportedly leaked via a user post on Chinese social network Weibo.
The upcoming OnePlus 3T is expected to have a 16MP rear camera powered by Sony's IMX398 sensor. It is worth mentioning that the same sensor is used on the recently launched Oppo R9s smartphone, which is also the first smartphone to have the IMX398. However, nothing else has been mentioned yet. The current OnePlus 3 features a 16MP rear camera having an older Sony IMX sensor, along with f/2.0 aperture, phase detection autofocus and optical image stabilization. The handset also has an 8MP selfie shooter.
Recently, notable tipster Evan Blass (@evleaks) tweeted that OnePlus 3T will cost about $80 more than the the OnePlus 3. This means that if the OnePlus 3T is launched in India, it may cost about Rs 32,000. In comparison, the OnePlus 3 is priced at Rs 27,999. Speculations suggest that the rumoured OnePlus 3T may launch by the end of this year. A company designer recently confirmed the device will run the latest Oxygen OS based on Android 7.0 Nougat and will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 chipset. For those unaware, OnePlus 3 uses the Snapdragon 820 chipset. Going by the moniker, it can be assumed that the upcoming OnePlus 3T will be a slightly upgraded variant of the OnePlus 3. The unannounced smartphone has already been certified in China with the model number A3010.
As far as the specifications go, OnePlus 3T will likely have an Optic Amoled display. This is in line with the company CEO Carl Pei's recent comment that the company would stick to Amoled displays for the 'foreseeable future'. Other possible additions may include metal unibody design and OnePlus 3's 'Dash Charge' fast-charging technology.
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