As OnePlus tends to increase the price of their smartphones with every new iteration. This is perhaps one of the most crucial changes which the OnePlus 6T comes with. The pictures posted on the site showed a white coloured box with OnePlus 6T written over it and inside the box, there was a blueprint image of the phone. The company has revealed that the smartphone will have the fingerprint sensor embedded beneath the display just as some of the recently launched Oppo and Vivo phones and not on the rear panel as seen on the OnePlus 6. This is actually pretty good as it caters to customers to both types of customers; the ones who prefer a polished back and those which prefer a matte black.
The new notch is called a "waterdrop notch", according to the internet, and looks more like the camera is sitting on the top of the screen and sagging down into the rest of the display. The OnePlus 6 did come with a notched display but a rather large one which was later revealed to be more off-putting than helpful.
A lot has already been talked about the OnePlus 6T. Courtesy of this new leak, we get to see how the OnePlus 6T looks and what it has got in store to offer in terms of design. The 6T moniker is speculated to house a 3700 mAh Li-ion battery, compared to the 3500 mAh battery on the OnePlus 6.
The report also revealed that the OnePlus 5T was supposed to feature the technology, but the feature wasn't as fast or efficient as OnePlus wanted, so it killed the project and saved it for a later date. All in all, the device looks unbelievable and stunning in Mirror Black and Midnight Black.
In what's shaping up to be a hectic month for smart phone releases, OnePlus is expected to announce their latest handset on the 17th of October but after several leaks there's not much left to be announced. The OnePlus 6T is expected to get a dual camera module with several software-based enhancements such as artificial intelligence-based automatic scene recognition, better low light photography, etc. While we would love to believe this, it should be taken with a grain of salt as the company has not yet confirmed the authenticity of the invites. OnePlus' sister company, Vivo, has been offering this technology in some of its premium models, such as the Vivo X21, Vivo Nex and the Vivo V11 Pro.
The OnePlus 6T is rumoured to sport a 6.4-inch display with a resolution of 2340x1080p and an aspect ratio of 19:9. However, presumably it will ship with the same Snapdragon 845 chipset and 6GB of RAM as its predecessor.