Here’s our first full look at the upcoming OnePlus 6T


A leaked render of the OnePlus 6T. MySmartPrice

  • Leaked renders of the OnePlus 6T from reliable source @OnLeaks just hit the internet.
  • The OnePlus 6T renders show off the very small waterdrop notch as well as the missing headphone jack.
  • Although these renders are leaked, they are very likely close to what we will see in October from OnePlus.

We’re only a few weeks away from the assumed launch date of the OnePlus 6T. While we’ve seen some partial renders leak and had some confirmations about specific features from OnePlus itself, we’ve yet to see what the device will look like in full.

But now we do: leaked renders of the OnePlus 6T from reliable source @OnLeaks (via MySmartPrice) just hit the internet.

You can scroll down a bit to see the images as well as a quick 360-degree video, but the look of the device is pretty much what we expected. The phone looks a lot like the Oppo R17 — including the very small waterdrop notch — and has the usual OnePlus design elements included for that premium look and feel.

You’ll notice that there’s no fingerprint reader on the back. That’s because the OnePlus 6T will feature an in-display fingerprint sensor, which was earlier confirmed by the company itself.

You can’t see it in the photos above, but if you look at the 360-degree video render below, you’ll notice that the headphone jack is missing from its usual place at the bottom of the phone. That’s because, unfortunately, OnePlus will not include a headphone jack on the OnePlus 6T.

To make up for this, though, OnePlus will include a USB Type-C headphone adapter in the box with the device, which will allow you to connect your “legacy” headphones to the OnePlus 6T.

OnePlus will often release different variations of its smartphones, and it appears this is a mirror black variant. There might be other colors and finish options available at launch as well, but this is it for renders at the moment.

What do you think? Do these renders make you more or less excited for the OnePlus 6T? Let us know in the comments!

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via Android Authority

September 26, 2018 at 11:50AM