OnePlus 6T official teaser reveals bezel-less display

OnePlus 6T official teaser reveals bezel-less display

OnePlus 6T official teaser reveals bezel-less display

Earlier there were reports about a triple camera setup, but the new renders show only a dual camera setup. Today also, we have received some new renders of the upcoming OnePlus 6T via our folks at WinFuture. OnePlus is going to use an optic AMOLED panel, so you are going to get deep Blacks and vibrant colors overall.

The OnePlus 6T is, unsurprisingly, quite similar in design (at least on the front) to the recently launched. Additionally, the new teaser shows off an edge-to-edge bezel-less display with extremely thin bezels on the chin.

OnePlus has always prided itself on offering what would be considered flagship smartphone features but at a price that doesn't break the bank.

OnePlus has said that the company removed the headphone jack because it allowed it to add more battery in the 6T. Out of all these rumoured specs, one thing is confirmed i.e the phone will not feature a 3.5mm audio jack which is traded with a slightly larger battery, which according to rumours is 3700mAh battery. Besides, another highlight of the handset will be the in-display fingerprint.

OnePlus 6T will be good update over the OnePlus 6 which does not carry any in-screen fingerprint and waterdrop display.

Out of the box the device will come with Android 9.0 and powering the phone is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845.

The latest teaser which was shared by the company on the official teaser page showcases the upcoming handset in a dark setting. You will notice the lack of a fingerprint scanner on the back but that is a major design improvement as the back is much cleaner now.

Just a few weeks before the official launch of the OnePlus 6T, leaked press renders offer us a glimpse of what the smartphone might look like. As the launch date is inching closer, we're getting to know more and more about the device. Prepare for OnePlus 6T'.

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