OnePlus has released a video and updated their website regarding their new upcoming refreshment flagship device.

As you can see, OnePlus clearly confirms the existence of the 5T – as well as in the teasers we’ve seen in the past few weeks from the company.

We have covered the OnePlus 5T leaks in detail, so if you haven’t read that article just yet, now it may be the best time to do so.

The new flagship is expected to come with a screen size between 5.7″-6″. It will certainly follow the suit of other flagship devices on the market with its 18:9 aspect ratio and 1080 x 2160 resolution (sadly no QHD to be found).

In terms of the chipset, it should come with Snapdragon 835 and 6GB of RAM with 64GB of built-in storage; and 8GB RAM and 128GB of storage.

The cameras are supposedly 20MP sensors. The main one being a 20 MP, f/1.7 while the secondary would also see an upgrade at 20 MP, f/2.6 with phase detection autofocus, 1.6x optical zoom and dual-LED flash.

The device is expected to cost approximately between $550-$650 (depending on which memory option you opt for, of course)

The 5T will be available for purchase from 21 November from 9AM ET.

The device will be officially unveiled in New York on 16 November at 11AM ET (4PM GMT). A livestream will also be available (see the source link down below), though we’ll update you on this one with our thoughts and a dedicated article, stay tuned!