We know that the OnePlus 6T is going to launch in October, likely on October 17.
As of now, there is no word from the company on the OnePlus 6T, but the cost of OnePlus 6 started at $550, which approximately confirms to Rs 40,000, currently the rupee is quite weak in the market as compared to U.S. Dollar, but still the prices of OnePlus 6T have been gradually decreasing since the range debuted back in the year 2014.
The OnePlus 6T will surely come with several improvements over OnePlus 6 just like the previous "T" versions.
The OnePlus Switch app was launched with the sole objective of making it easier for OnePlus smartphone users to transfer their data from one device to another.
- There is a teardrop notch in the Oneplus 6T screen. Now, four leaked photos from China claim to show the phone in real, complete with OnePlus fiery red wallpaper and the in-display fingerprint sensor. Further, the poster highlights that the handset carries a waterdrop notch design, similar to the one on the and. It is being speculated that OnePlus 6T will come with a 6.4-inch Optic AMOLED display with an FHD+ resolution of 2340×1080 pixels. The Oppo F9 Pro and Vivo V11 Pro come with this design. The waterdrop notch houses the front camera and other sensors. However, chances are slim that the company would repeat the same step with the OnePlus 6T. It will also be running on the new Android 9.0 Pie.
Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus is all set to launch its next-generation flagship smartphone OnePlus 6T next month. This is the flagship processor from Qualcomm and is also used in the OnePlus 6. And, of course, this will support the company's Dash charging technology which is also expected to be improved. However, it is also expected to go on the shelves of retail stores a bit later. These changes include the use of an in-display fingerprint sensor and the removal of the 3.5mm audio jack. It could be a faux development based on the initial rumours of the OnePlus 6T and, thus, should be taken with a pinch of salt. The company's co-founder Carl Pei said told TechRadar website, "By removing the jack we've freed up more space, allowing us to put more new technology into the product".