It’s no longer a secret that OnePlus wanted everyone to know that its newest phone is about to be launched. However, we did not really see too many leaks about this new device until now. We’ve just had a look at some leaked pictures of this new phone that were published online by WinFuture.
What do we know so far
It seems that the device will have two different looks: either a glossy or a matte black finish. The best part of the design is the notch. Compared to its predecessor, OnePlus 6, which had quite a big notch that was taking up to a third of the screen’s top, the new device will have a much smaller notch, making it the main feature of OnePlus 6T. When it comes to the design, we don’t really have any surprises here. It looks like the design of the new device is almost exactly the same as that of a phone that Oppo put out earlier this year, in August. As you may know, OnePlus and Oppo have the same parent company.
What we expect to see
Regarding the leaks about the specifications of OnePlus 6T, we don’t really have many of them. Basically, we mostly know how the device will look like. We expect to see at least 6GB of RAM and a Snapdragon 845, just like the one that OnePlus 6 had. Nevertheless, we had the confirmation from OnePlus about some important changes, such as the fact that the new phone will not have a headphone jack.
This means, on the other hand, that the device could get a bigger battery. The company also confirmed that the phone will have an in-display fingerprint sensor. Android Pie should be the phone’s operating system, judging by the fact that OnePlus 6 was already updated. When it comes to the price, the company is planning to sell OnePlus 6T for approximately $550, so just slightly more than its predecessor. We don’t have a release date as of yet.
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