Recently, after the circulation of the OnePlus 5T launch event invitations, the well-known Chinese smartphone manufacturer OnePlus has finally confirmed one of the leading tech media firm that all these invites circulating about OnePlus 5T launch are totally FAKE.
Invites Circulating About OnePlus 5T Launch Are FAKE
The rumors are confirmed: we will have the OnePlus 5T in November of this year. The signing of Carl Pei has begun to distribute invitations for a launch event to be held within a few days, which could mean the presentation of the new star terminal of the Chinese firm.
The arrival of OnePlus 5T for November is confirmed!
From China arrives one of the surprises in terms of releases more expected by the fans to OnePlus. In fact, it confirms finally the rumor installed for several days on the presentation of OnePlus 5T, the successor of the flagship presented in May of this year.
And the launch cannot come at a better time: after the presentation of the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, along with the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, opens the question of what the new “beast” in China and the surprises that the Asian company has prepared for us.
According to the latest reports, the new device would see the light very soon, more precisely on November 5th. The data comes from specialized sources who claim to be receiving invitations to a launch event for that day.
In addition, the image that accompanies these invitations includes a striking letter “T”, which suggests that we would be facing the event of presentation of the new star device, which would arrive – according to the rumors – with an interesting screen of minimal frames and appearance of 18:9 screen.
In the same way, other specifications have been unveiled, such as the addition to the photographic sensor of an electronic image stabilizer (EIS) and a USB port type C 3.0, along with its OxygenOS customization layer based on Android 8.0 Oreo.
However, the most interesting thing about this news is that this whole invitation and the launch date is fake, which is confirmed by the Chinese smartphone manufacturer OnePlus itself.
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