After much anticipation and waiting, today is finally launch day for the OnePlus 3T. We've been hearing a lot of talk about this upcoming handset, and OnePlus has announced that they'll be holding a live stream on their Facebook page to officially take the wraps off of the device. That live stream is set to take place at 1:00 PM EST, but just ahead of that stream, specs for the upcoming successor to the OnePlus 3 have been prematurely posted on the company's official website.
According to the OnePlus site, the 3T will be available in two main color options - Gunmetal and Soft Gold. The Gunmetal color looks very similar to the Graphite color option that's available with the OnePlus 3, but just ever-so-slightly darker. The processor for the phone is set to be a quad-core Kryo one with the Adreno 530 GPU, meaning that this is likely the Snapdragon 821 that we've been expecting to see in the phone for what seems like months at this point. Storage options include 64GB and 128GB, and the 3T will feature 6GB of RAM. We had heard rumors that the phone would ship with a whopping 8GB of RAM, but 6GB is certainly nothing to scoff at. Dash Charge makes its return here with a 3,400 mAh battery, and USB Type-C 2.0 and a dual nano SIM card slot also make an appearance.
In regards to the display, the 3T will be sticking a 5.5-inch size and a 1920 x 1080 Optic AMOLED panel. We also heard murmurings of an all-new rear camera, but it looks like OnePlus is sticking with a 16MP Sony IMX 298 sensor on the back. However, the selfie camera has received a major upgrade. Instead of the 8MP Sony IMX179 sensor found on the OnePlus 3, the front facing camera on the OnePlus 3T is a 16MP Samsung 3P8SP unit.
The page with these specs has since been removed, and visiting the source link below now returns with a 404 error. Thankfully we have just about 3 hours to go before OnePlus makes the 3T officially official, but until then, let us know down in the comments what you think about the 3T's specs.