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OnePlus 6T specs: New waterdrop notch and under display fingerprint scanner

OnePlus 6T release on 17th October
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       OnePlus is all set to launch the successor of the OnePlus 6 in Indian. The official website of OnePlus has a banner written October 17 on it. So we can expect something new on that they from them. And also Mr Amitabh Bachchan is on the television saying that OnePlus 6T is coming very soon. According to him, the phone is very fast. Let's see how faster it can be than the predecessor.
       The OnePlus 6T will be coming to the market with a 6.41" optic AMOLED display and the same glass back like its predecessor. But this time it comes with a waterdrop notch and the latest Corning Gorilla Glass 6 protection on it. The resolution of the screen will be the 1080x2340 pixels along with 402 PPI pixel density and 19.5:9 aspect ratio. The display will be featuring the fingerprint scanner under it, for the first time in a OnePlus device.
OnePlus 6T
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       The OnePlus 6T will be featuring the same processor like its predecessor, OnePlus 6. The Snapdragon 845 will power the 6T also along with the powerful 630 GPU. The leaks are suggesting that we can get the latest Android 9.0 (Pie) based Oxygen OS on it. But this will be confirmed at the launch event, maybe on 17th October.
       The optics section here is not confirmed yet. The rumours are suggesting that the camera module will be same with Exmor-RS CMOS camera sensor as the OnePlus 6. To remember the predecessor, it had a dual 16+20 MP camera module on it both having apertures f/1.7 and the front side contains a 16 MP sensor with f/2.0 aperture. Some minor changes fans will expect like the wide angle feature with the secondary lens or else. Let's see what OnePlus has to offer with this upgrade to the OnePlus 6.
OnePlus 6T leaked box
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       The battery is expected to be slightly bigger this time as the OnePlus 6T is expected to carry a battery between 3500 to 3700 maH with the dash charge technology. All the features are expected to be the same as WiFi, bluetooth and the sensors will be the same as the OnePlus 6. But one big thing that OnePlus has changed here, the 3.5 mm headphone jack. The OnePlus 6T does not have a dedicated headphone jack. You have you Roy on the type c port to connect your wired headphones. OnePlus has officially launched their own headphones on their website with the type c cord in it and you can order it along with the OnePlus 6T when it will be available for sale. The pricing is expected to be also slightly higher by $50 that means a ₹3500 more in Indian rupee. That means the 6-64 GB variant of the phone will be priced at near about 37,499/- INR. But the final pricing will be revealed on 17th of October by the company itself.
       Check the official teaser here


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