As you can see from these images obtained by WinFuture, the new handset will be called the OnePlus 6T, which isn't too much of a surprise but needed to be confirmed all the same. Leaked images have indicated that the device will come with water drop design, in which only the front-camera will be occupying the lone physical space up top and rest will be covered by working display.
OnePlus 6T: First 'official' picture hinted cautious innovations
Update, September 19, 2018 (10:41AM EST): We got our first look at the OnePlus 6T earlier today with a render put together from a trusted source (see below). Under the hood we're expecting a Snapdragon 845 processor.
Such an addition would allow users to unlock the phone by simply placing their finger on the screen itself. This feature, to be known as Screen Unlock, may have a positive effect on the hype around the device.More news: Liverpool 'made a point' with PSG victory - Joe Gomez
The eagle-eyed reader will note the lack of a fingerprint reader below the dual LED flash on the rear panel, thus re-confirming that the OP6T will sport an in-display fingerprint sensor, as stated by OnePlus previously.
After a couple of press release related to the upcoming Android flagship, OnePlus has finally kick-started the official countdown for the OnePlus 6 successor launch in India. This echoes the Oppo R17 Pro, which may well have influenced the OnePlus 6T's design, although there's no additional information on the supposed 'waterdrop' notch that could also make the transition from its BBK stablemate. The next official announcement, which concerns the "6T's" loss of a headphone jack, may modulate it somewhat, however. Unfortunately for the pre-existing leak, the two phones' camera modules line up exactly. It will be interesting to see which special edition 6T OnePlus will be launching.More news: First American picked to direct next James Bond film
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