This is the OnePlus 6T

This is the OnePlus 6T

This is the OnePlus 6T

Earlier there were reports about a triple camera setup, but the new renders show only a dual camera setup. So far, we had no official images of the smartphone, but today, WinFuture got the press renders of the phone in Midnight Black and Mirror Black color.

Now that there is no 3.5mm headphone jack, OnePlus 6T will have a USB-C to 3.5mm headphone jack adapter and it costs €8.95 which is close to Apple's €10 market price for its USB-C to 3.5mm jack adapter cable. Going in line with the past rumours, the new renders also suggest that the OnePlus 6T will come with waterdrop style notched display quite similar to some of the recently launched Oppo and Vivo phones.

The launch of OnePlus 6T is nearing and the company has started releasing teasers.

OnePlus has apparently made a decision to remove the headphone jack on its upcoming phone because 59% of OnePlus users said they use wireless headsets on a daily basis, according to OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei. So when you unlock the phone you'll be able to simply place your thumb on your display and a hidden reader underneath the screen then confirms your identity.

The OnePlus 6T does contain a fingerprint scanner but it will be embedded within the display itself. Elsewhere, the handset is said to run Android 9 Pie out-of-the-box.

The latest teaser which was shared by the company on the official teaser page showcases the upcoming handset in a dark setting.

Why is the absence of a fingerprint scanner so important? The 6.41 inch AMOLED display device will pack in-screen display fingerprint sensor as on the back side of the device it is not present. We should know more details including the launch date soon. The Dash charging is one of the best fast charging tech out there and with the upcoming OnePlus 6T, the feature is expected to see an upgrade.

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