OnePlus 6T leaks continue with new renders

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New week, new OnePlus 6T leak.

Images of the OnePlus 6T have leaked out today that give us another look at the upcoming Android flagship. These renders come from WinFuture.de, and they appear to be official renders that we’d get from OnePlus after the phone’s official announcement.

The renders show the OnePlus 6T in Mirror Black (above) and Midnight Black (below) finishes. As we’ve seen in previous leaks, there’s a waterdrop-style notch at the top of the OP6T’s screen, and around back there’s a dual rear camera setup. There’s no fingerprint reader here like there was on the OnePlus 6, which we know is because the OP6T will have an in-display fingerprint sensor.

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Today’s report also contains some alleged spec details for the OnePlus 6T. The device is said to have a 6.41-inch 2340×1080 OLED display, up from the 6.28-inch 2280×1080 screen on the OnePlus 6. The OP6T is said to have a bigger battery, too, getting bumped up to 3700mAh from the OP6’s 3300mAh battery. Also said to be included in the OP6T is a Snapdragon 845 processor, up to 8GB of RAM, and Android 9.0 Pie.

The OnePlus 6T is rumored to be getting an October 17th announcement. Past reports have said that the phone will be sold by T-Mobile, which would be a big addition to T-Mo’s lineup and would make the OP6T the first OnePlus phone to be sold by a U.S. carrier. Now we just have to wait and see how the pricing breaks down. Stay tuned.

Source: WinFuture.de

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  • MadMartigan

    Really just want confirmation on the T-Mobile bit…

    • Peter Smith

      That’s all i’m waiting on. I love my Note but I will jump ship quick if One Plus has carrier support.

  • steadymobb

    There’s no such thing as an iPhone killer. You either want iOS or you want Android – neither can replace the other. ALSO this phone won’t have IP rating, stereo speakers, or wireless charging & will be more expensive than past iterations of OP phones.

    • Chloe

      But it’ll still be hundreds cheaper with everything you need

      • steadymobb

        This is true – but it’s not killing the iPhone

  • Matthew McKnight

    Sitting and waiting for FINAL confirmation on TMO support and feature list. There is quite a bit of rumor and conjecture about what this phone will have or won’t have that I need to see it to believe it.

  • I hav e always had an iphone and would never thought of switching until this phone

  • Phil

    Dirty chip