OnePlus 6T Rumour Roundup: Water Drop Notch, No Headphone Jack

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We learned quite a few details about the OnePlus 6T over the past few days, including the fact that the phone will sport an in-display fingerprint sensor, that it'll lack a headphone jack, and that it'll be available from T-Mobile, the first carrier in the USA to ever partner with the Chinese smartphone maker.

We already know that the OnePlus 6T is set to drop the headphone jack and include an in-display fingerprint scanner, but until now we are yet to learn much about the rear camera.

Also, OnePlus is expected to sell OnePlus 6T with T-Mobile carrier contract deal in the USA, a first in the company's journey since its inception in late 2013.

As per the information, we have gathered so far, OnePlus 6T will have a new design language at least on the front.

Also, the Oppo R17 Pro starts at $627 while the OnePlus 6T is expected to come with a somewhat lower price tag despite packing a more capable chipset. On the other hand, the rest of the phone does not, suggesting that the second device is taller than the 6.

Leaked OnePlus 6T image suggests one of the rumors floating around was wrong
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One of these images, spotted by WinFuture, shows a shot of the top half of the back panels of OnePlus 6 and OnePlus 6T. It is worth adding that earlier this month OnePlus confirmed the arrival of a fingerprint sensor to CNET in a statement. It will be interesting to see which special edition 6T OnePlus will be launching.

Thus, the screen will actually grow to 6.41 inches, with the resolution of the built-OLED display should be at 2340×1080 pixels. Additionally, OnePlus 6T will also boast face unlock capability, but it is not sure if it will be on par with the Apple iPhone X (review).

OnePlus 6T, the upcoming smartphone by the firm that recently got confirmed by the company and a listing on Amazon India, has gone through several leaks ever since the OnePlus 6 launch.

Now that the company has officially announced the name, it's only a matter of weeks for the OnePlus 6T to break covers.



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