OnePlus 6T appeared in what could be called its first official image (logo included, see photo at the beginning). The render was published by the German website WinFuture and is compared with the model currently on the market OnePlus 6 to try to highlight the differences by recognizing the (at least) aesthetic novelties.
The shared image shows only the upper part of the back of the phone, therefore only a minimum part of the body but still enough to reveal a first, important detail: the rear camera will have “only” two sensors and not three as initially rumored. To be honest, it seems that OnePlus 6T resumed in all respects the design of the predecessor, Mirror Black color and – above all – double cam layout included.
Under the LED flash, however, you immediately notice a detail: there is no fingerprint scanner. So this could be a further confirmation of the presence of a sensor positioned under the display, as well as anticipated by the rumors so far emerged and the images of the sales package.
So these are small changes, and not a “revolution” as some hoped (the triple cam on everything): moreover, it is the T variant that, historically, improves but does not upset the top of the range smartphone launched by the company in the current year. Despite this, the OLED display should gain a few tenths of an inch, going from 6.28 to 6.41″, and have a resolution of 2340×1080 pixels with a format of 19.5: 9 (and notch).
The smartphone also appeared in a spot in India during the India-Pakistan cricket match (video above), highlighting curved edges and – again – the double rear cam. Amazon India has finally published a banner on its website, confirming the name and exclusive sale in the Asian sub-continent.
OnePlus 6T will be officially presented next October 17: in less than a month, we will have all the answers to our questions, including those concerning the veracity (or not) of the rendering we have just shown.
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