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Nov 11, 2016 08:23 AM EST

OnePlus 3T Release Date Set On Nov. 15?; Rumors On The Next Android Phone Detailed! [VIDEO]

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Tech-savvy individuals would agree that the rate of technological advancement is faster nowadays, as compared to about a decade ago. As such, more and more improvements on devices are being implemented, whether it be through an OS upgrade or via hardware upgrades. This is the case for OnePlus who has recently announced a new upgraded Android phone, which fans predict might be the speculated release date of the OnePlus 3T model.

It was recently reported that the Chinese smartphone manufacturer, OnePlus, has recently announced via a tweet, that a new OnePlus phone will be unveiled on Nov. 15, which will be sporting a new processor under its hood, PC Advisor reported.

The announcement made via the company's official Twitter account stated that the Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processor, which is clocked at 2.35GHz, will be unveiled this month. This was later on confirmed by Qualcomm themselves as they tweeted a teaser of their own stating that a new OnePlus phone will be released soon, which is being powered by their Snapdragon 821 processor.

As of date, the Snapdragon 821 processors found in Google's Pixel phones are clocked at 2.15GHz. As such, it was hinted that the new phones with higher clockspeed processors might be the latest iteration to the OnePlus 3.

The same publication went on to suggest that these recent announcements might be leaning towards the release date of the OnePlus 3T Android smartphone, an upgraded version of the recently released OnePlus 3.

It was stated further that the OnePlus 3T, which is a bump of its supposed predecessor, would be the logical step for the company to take. It would seem too early to set a release date for the OnePlus 4, considering that the OnePlus 3 was just released back in June.

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