According to a new leak courtesy of case firm Mobile Fun, the OnePlus 6T price will start at £499 when it goes on-sale in the United Kingdom on November 6, 2018. It's been officially confirmed that the phone will have an in-display fingerprint scanner and will skip the 3.5mm audio jack.
To provide a better perspective for the curious and excited OnePlus fans, we have sifted through multiple reliable sources and listed key features and the price range that the new OnePlus 6 successor will come with. The new leak also goes in line with the same.
The images leaked hint that the smartphone might feature a waterdrop notch above the screen, an in-display fingerprint sensor, and a dual primary camera setup at the rear.More news: Arsenal beats Leicester 3-1 for 10th straight win
The leak further reveals the device to come with 128GB storage and house 3,700mAh battery. However, there could be 6GB RAM option as well just like previous models. It is also reportedly equipped with 8GB of RAM.
Those who are looking to move from iOS to a OnePlus 6T will have to follow the standard transfer method recommended by Google, since OnePlus does not make a version of the software for iPhone owners. The Poco phone is cheaper, and although it doesn't seem to be the kind of high-end product that a phone like OnePlus 6 is - or the OnePlus 6T is expected to be - OnePlus will still want to price the OnePlus 6T closer to Rs 35,000 instead of inching towards Rs 40,000.
A different image explains that the OnePlus 6T has a "stunning 86% screen-to-body ratio", revealing that Corning's new Gorilla Glass 6 protects the display. Without explicitly mentioning the OnePlus 7 by name, Pei said that to his knowledge OnePlus will be one of the first, if not the first company to launch a 5G phone.
According to the claims from the new leak by Ishan Agarwal, the major difference between the OnePlus 6 and OnePlus 6T are that the 6T has a bigger display, bigger battery pack, and also significantly improved camera quality. To recall, the OnePlus 6 was launched with Android Oreo, but months later was upgraded to Pie.