OnePlus 5T specs: 6-inch display, Snapdragon 835 and new low-light camera

Unlike the jump from the OnePlus 3 to the 3T, moving from the OnePlus 5 to the 5T focuses on exterior changes and leaves the internal specs near identical. The same core components of the processor, RAM, storage, battery and charging remain. The only notable changes are the screen size, fingerprint sensor placement and switch to a secondary camera that focuses on low light performance rather than a telephoto lens.

Here's everything you'll find inside the OnePlus 5T.

Swipe to scroll horizontally
CategorySpec
Operating systemAndroid 7.1 Nougat
Display6-inch Optic AMOLED, 2160x1080 (18:9 aspect ratio)
ProcessorQualcomm Snapdragon 835 octa-core
Adreno 540 GPU
Storage64/128GB UFS 2.1
RAM6/8GB LPDDR4X
Rear camera 116MP (IMX 398), 1.12-micron pixels, f/1.7
Dual LED flash, 4K 30 fps, 1080p 60 fps, 720p 120 fps video
Rear camera 220MP (IMX 376k), 1-micron pixels, f/1.7
Front camera16MP (IMX 371), 1-micron pixels, f/2.0
1080p 30 fps video
Battery3300mAh
Non-removable
ChargingUSB-C
Dash Charge
Water resistanceNo
SecurityOne-touch fingerprint sensor
Connectivity802.11ac Wi-Fi, 2x2 MIMO, Bluetooth 5.0, aptX HD
USB-C (2.0), NFC
GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, Galileo
Network3xCA, 256QAM, DL Cat 12, UL Cat 13
FDD-LTE Band 1/2/3/4/5/7/8/12/17/18/ 19/20/25/26/28/29/30/66
TDD-LTE Band 34/38/39/40/41
TD-SCDMA Band 34/39
HSPA Band 1/2/4/5/8
Dimensions156.1 x 75 x 7.3 mm
162 g
ColorsMidnight Black

Andrew was an Executive Editor, U.S. at Android Central between 2012 and 2020.

19 Comments
  • If it worked on Verizon id get it in a heartbeat
  • Same here.
  • The only reason I checked this article was to get the answer to that very question. And yet, I still, smh.
  • Oneplus 5T; a Oneplus 5 with a 2:1 display. I'm interested in whether the button shortcuts will be transferred to the soft keys now that the capacitive keys are gone.
  • Sad for no band 71.
  • Are you on the market for that band yet? Most people won't have access to this towers till end 2018.
  • No OIS.. and they said they learned from the voice of its customers LOL!
  • only the secondary camera has no ois
  • Neither have OIS. It's EIS
  • No Oreo is fricken lame
  • Is this the X16 Gigabit LTE modem?
  • Would have liked Android 8.0 but still my next phone.
  • With most of the top guns going for 700.00 + I wouldn't have a problem with 500.00 dollar price tag! I am not a fan of OP but it offers much!
  • So stupid to not support Verizon...who wants to make millions of extra dollars?
  • Very true, but at the same time Verizon makes it very difficult to certify a phone with them. The rest of the world is gsm so op will be just fine without Verizon.
  • Wait, a low light camera that has smaller pixels? Wat. There should be more than meets the eye there
  • I'm curious because the current one pretty much is far from very good. I have the one plus 5 and pixel XL 2 it's such a night and day difference when it comes to low light photos. To think the pixel will only get better with the visual core once it's activated. We will see once the reviews come out if it helped at all
  • If this worked on Verizon I would purchase. But that is not gonna happen anytime soon!
  • Verizon does not like to certify phones that are not purchased with them. Metro PCS on the other hand will certify just about any phone on the planet. If you live out in the boonies good luck with reception. That's the only thing holding me back from going with Metro. But if you live in a big city saving 308.00 with Metro is a great deal!