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OnePlus 6T Leak Gives Us A Nice Look At The Device Ahead Of Launch

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Credit: Roland Quandt / Twitter

As it was expected, with the official launch of the OnePlus 6T just around the corner, here come the leaks to pave the way.

Thanks to notorious leaker Roland Quandt, we now have nice and clear images of the OnePlus flagship phone from all the best angles. They don’t bring anything new to the table but they do confirm some of the details previous leaks and rumors have teased about.

We can clearly see the phone will have a teardrop notch set into a 6.41 inch screen while the back will host a dual-lens camera, so now we can put to rest the triple camera setup rumors.

The flash has been moved a bit but otherwise the camera looks very similar to the one on the OnePlus 6. There was plenty of space for OnePlus to do that, since the device benefits from a much-talked-about in-display fingerprint scanner.

The phone promises long hours of use and it’s not a surprise, considering it comes with a 3,700mAh battery – that’s 400mAh extra than the OnePlus 6.

We already know the phone will not feature a headphone jack, but we’re curious if the company has decided to include an USB-C to 3.5mm jack adapter cable in the box or not. Even so, OnePlus will reportedly be selling some as separate accessories as well.

In terms of hardware, the phone is expected to come with a Snapdragon 845 processor alongside 8GB of RAM and storage options that will go all the way up to 256GB.

In spite of the tragic loss of the headphone jack, we admit we’re a little bit curious to see how the phone will perform. What about you?

Read More: ✍️According To OnePlus CEO, OnePlus 6T Screen Unlock Experience Will Be Worth The Loss Of The Headphone Jack✍️

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