Even though a leaked image of OnePlus 6T might not mean that much to most smartphone fans, it actually reveals a bunch of important information about the next-generation smartphones. OnePlus 6 was probably the most exhaustive range from OnePlus as well.
So it appears that this Oppo R17 series style notch is nearly confirmed. At the same time, it will be the first OnePlus phone to lack a 3.5mm audio jack. The company will be announcing Type C Bullets earphones alongside the OnePlus 6T smartphone.
There might be a possibility that the OnePlus 6T will be going to have a 6.4-inch full High Definition display, RAM of 8GB, 25MP front-facing camera, and a 16MP/5MP dual rear camera setup. However, it does not sound off the mark, as it only confirms what we have been reporting about the OnePlus 6T- that it will sport a waterdrop notch. It is expected that the camera module in the OnePlus 6T would bring added enhancements such as artificial intelligence-based automatic scene recognition, better low light photography, etc. Software wise, OnePlus 6T is likely to ship with Android Pie.
In-screen fingerprint technology is certainly an advanced feature. OnePlus 6 is a big design upgrade over the OnePlus 5-series. Moreover, it has a fingerprint sensor on the back which works just fine.
The OnePlus 6T is expected to share the chipset with the OnePlus 6, as the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 octa-core processor is still the latest and best from Qualcomm line-up of flagship chipsets. This further cements the speculation that the OnePlus 6T is based on the Oppo R17, which is available in China and has a waterdrop notch and a narrow chin as well. We already know the handset comes with an in-display fingerprint sensor, that it won't have a headphone jack, and that T-Mobile will sell in the USA. However, chances are slim that the company would repeat the same step with the OnePlus 6T. The upcoming OnePlus 6T is going to skip this critical feature. This will make unlocking the device much easier for users.
Ryder Cup buzzing after Tiger Woods' victory
After Sunday's victory, he will likely be ranked 13th in the world after his seventh top-10 finish in 18 starts in 2018. "Cool. A huge crowd watched Woods' last round as he held onto the lead despite posting one over for the last day.