OnePlus 6T, the upcoming new flagship from OnePlus, still doesn’t have a release date, but thanks to new official images as well as a new leak, you can now see what it looks like.
Leaked images which appear to be press photos, courtesy of WinFuture.de, show the device from all sides, and confirm what previous leaks and rumors have told us: The phone has a tiny, waterdrop-shaped notch on the front and a dual camera on the back.
The images don’t show a fingerprint sensor anywhere, which is in line with OnePlus’ announcement that the 6T will have an in-display sensor.
The OnePlus 6T isn’t exactly a closely guarded secret; OnePlus has been teasing images and videos of the device for a while now.
The OnePlus 6T is, unsurprisingly, quite similar in design (at least on the front) to the recently launched Oppo F9. The two companies (probably) have the same owner, and their phones often share the same DNA. But the 6T’s internals are likely to be beefed up compared to the mid-rangey F9.
Some specs for the 6T have already been revealed — besides the in-display fingerprint sensor, we know that the phone will (sadly) have no headphone jack, for example. The rest are unknown, but a top-notch Snapdragon processor and lots of RAM (6GB or more) are likely.
The phone is likely to be launched soon — perhaps even in October, which is chock-full of Android flagship launches — but the company hasn’t announced an exact date yet. The price also hasn’t been announced, but a CNET report in August claimed the 6T will cost $550.
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