Just hours before the official unveiling OnePlus 3T specifications have been listed on the official site only to be removed later. However, we were quick enough to grab the screenshots. Since it’s the official OnePlus site in all likelihood the specifications are accurate. The listing shows off OnePlus 3T in full glory and in gun metal and soft gold color variants. Also, the official pricing for the OnePlus 3T has been revealed on the official Hong Kong site as HKD 3,388 ($437)


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The OnePlus 3T is equipped with a 5.5-inch FHD Optic AMOLED display with a pixel density of 401ppi and Corning Gorilla Glass 4 protection. The display is said to feature night mode, light/dark theme and also accent colors. As expected under the hood the OnePlus 3T will be driven by Snapdragon 821 and accompanying the SoC is a 6GB RAM. The graphics part is handled by the Adreno 530 and on the storage front, the device is offered in 64GB/128GB UFS 2.0 storage variants.

OnePlus 3T sports the usual array of sensors including Fingerprint Sensor, Hall Sensor, Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Proximity Sensor, electronic compass and Ambient light sensor. The OnePlus 3T looks pretty much similar to the OnePlus 3 and we haven’t been able to spot any startling differences. The fingerprint sensor sits housed in the physical home button and the thin bezels are identical to the OnePlus 3. However, on the camera front, OnePlus 3T heralds with a major improvement i.e the 16-Megapixel secondary sensor as opposed to the 8-Megapixel in the OnePlus 3. That said, the primary sensor remains the same 16-Megapixel unit from the OnePlus 3. The sensor variant is the Samsung 3P8SP and is bundled with EIS, PDAF, and f/2.0.

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Also, the OnePlus 3T is backed by a more powerful 3,400mAh battery pack as opposed to the 3000mAh in the OnePlus 3 and yes the 3T does support the proprietary Dash Charging feature. Apart from the upgraded SoC, Battery, selfie camera we don’t spot any other major difference between the OnePlus 3T and the OnePlus 3.

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