Okay, we have already seen how the OnePlus’ next flagship looks. We also know what features it will pack, but this time around, we are getting our first official look at the entirety of the device.
What you see above is the upcoming OnePlus 6T in Mirror Black and Midnight Black finishes, leaked by WinFuture. The device is expected to launch sometime this month, joining OnePlus’ never-settling collection of flagship Android devices.
OnePlus 6T, feature-wise, will be quite identical to the original OnePlus 6. There will be some major changes, though — it will be available through T-Mobile in the United States, to start with, for example. The device also gets rid of the fingerprint scanner on the back in favour of a new on-screen fingerprint reader.
OnePlus is even redesigning the notch on the 6T, replacing it with a “water drop” notch design that’s much smaller than the one on the OnePlus 6. It’s certainly a peculiar shape for a notch, though the smaller size will definitely look better in real life.
Talking about sizes, the battery is bigger on the OnePlus 6T as well, now boasting a 3700mAh cell. Here’s the problem, though: to make space for the bigger battery, OnePlus had to get rid of the headphone jack on the device. Not a lot of OnePlus enthusiasts are going to be happy about the change, of course.
OnePlus 6T is expected to launch sometime this month, so keep an eye out for when the device launches officially.