The rumored OnePlus 3T has been the recipient of numerous leaks over the past few weeks, making the likelihood for its existence stronger as more evidence for it piles up. Now a new Weibo report out of China alleges that the handset is set to come out on November 14 in London.
OnePlus itself hasn’t said anything about an updated version of its current flagship phone. The OnePlus 3T is expected to look and feature almost the same specs as the former. It’ll probably distinguish itself by packing a faster Snapdragon 821 processor, an upgrade over the regular iteration’s Snapdragon 820 SoC.
Another big change which may be in store for the OnePlus 3T is that it might run Google’s latest Android 7.0 Nougat right out of the gate. The OnePlus 3 currently ships with Marshmallow but is expected to get an update to Nougat at some point over the course of the next few months.
There’s also talk that the upcoming OnePlus offering might get a boost in the camera department in the form of a Sony IMX389 sensor. The 16MP resolution of the rear camera is expected to be the same though, as is the front-facing snapper’s 5MP one.
As for its cost, the OnePlus 3T will likely be more expensive than the older model. Speculation hints at a $479 (approx Rs 32000) price tag, $80 more than the $399 value of the latter. We’ll keep you updated on any major tidbits regarding the phone up until it goes official.