OnePlus 6T sports a 6.4” AMOLED panel with 1,080 x 2,340px resolution (19.5:9), and the leaked renders have confirmed that the device comes with dual camera and will not adopt the triple camera set up.
The new OnePlus device will thankfully differ from the two Oppo phones, though the common thing between them is the in-display fingerprint reader, which is a move away from the rear-mounted capacitive reader of the OnePlus 6.
One Plus 6T is a millimeter or two taller than the current One Plus 6 model, due to the increase in screen size (which is mostly vertical). It might arrive with a teardrop notch option. The other big change is the removal of 3.5mm headphone jack, after One Plus has introduced an upgraded USB Type-C wired earphones for Rs 1,490 that will be bundled with its upcoming smartphone.
OnePlus and Amazon India have been the partners, and OnePlus has officially begun teasing the OnePlus 6T on the latest web page, ahead of the official launch in the second week of October.
“When we started OnePlus, we set out to make the best possible smartphone, but making a great phone doesn’t mean putting every component available into the device,” OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei told.