The OnePlus 6T is still a few days away from launch, and the rumor mill is intensifying as we get closer to the actual day. Now, we have a new leak which gives away practically all we need to know about the upcoming device, and appears to be largely accurate and in line with what we know so far. The leaked renders of the OnePlus 6T were released by Roland Quandt, and were first spotted on German website Winfuture.de.
The new leak confirms a few things that we’ve been expecting with the device. First, the front of the phone shows the waterdrop notch and edge-to-edge display, with a slim chin area similar to that of the OnePlus 6. Next is the lack of a fingerprint sensor at the rear, thus confirming the presence of the in-display fingerprint sensor on the device.
Third, we see a dual-camera setup at the rear, thus finally confirming that OnePlus isn’t going the triple-camera way for now. The fourth is something that has already been confirmed by the company’s CEO Pete Lau, with no 3.5mm jack visible at the bottom of the device. Instead, we see only the USB Type-C port flanked by speaker grilles.
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In terms of specifications, the OnePlus 6T will be largely the same as the previous iteration, with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC, up to 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage, and an AMOLED screen that is about the same size by dimensions but covers a slightly larger area thanks to the smaller notch. The phone is expected to be launched on October 16, with the India launch likely to take place a day later on October 17.