A listing on the FIH website reveals that the upcoming mid-ranger would come with an all-new Snapdragon 710 octa-core processor. The company has so far confirmed that it will kill the 3.5mm headphone jack on the OnePlus 6T.
Google's flagship line of Pixel smartphones have often acted as a showcase for new technology that Google would subsequently roll out to other Android devices, such as Project Tango, and its successor, ARCore. But the forthcoming Google event is unlikely to have any "one more thing" moments if a few trusted leaksters are to be believed.
Technical issues on a Google smartphone are not new in the market and this is no different for the "fix statements" from the tech giant.
Android 9 Pie has seen slow adoption with only a handful of smartphone manufacturers having announced or implemented a roll-out of the latest version on their devices.
American gaming firm Razer is rumored to debut its second-generation smartphone in the second week of October.
Developers from XDA also accessed the new UI screen, which will show up when a Pixel device is docked on the Pixel Stand. The main changes are expected to be under the hood. It would be called the Samsung Galaxy A9 Star Pro. The hardware likely remains the same, as there are no mobile chips better than the Snapdragon 845 on the market now, and the Chinese vendor is already going all-in on RAM and offering plenty of built-in storage on the OnePlus 6.
Since the fingerprint sensor has been moved to the front panel, there will be only two camera module on the back along with the OnePlus logo. That said, keep in mind that multiple high-end phones are still coming before the end of 2018. Increasing the battery capacity is what OnePlus is going for. But based on the leaked images, many believe it will either sport a 5.4-inch or 5.5-inch display.
Most other Android phones work in a similar fashion as well.