OnePlus 6T and Type-C Bullets Headphones Teased by Amazon India

OnePlus 6T – the hoped-for triple cam will not work

Alongside the OnePlus 6T, Amazon also teased the all-new Type-C Bullets earphones which will be available on the portal at a price of Rs 1,490.

The OnePlus 6T should be unveiled at some point in October, although OnePlus has not announced any launch dates for the time being.

It comes from an ad that was expected to run in India during an Asian Cup 2018 cricket match and stars celebrity Amitabh Bachchan holding up the phone and talking about the in-display fingerprint tech. The main image shows a OnePlus 6T in a Mirror Black finish sporting a dual rear camera setup and not the triple camera setup that is fast becoming a trendy smartphone feature since Huawei's P20 Pro launch back in March.

The OnePlus 6 may be about to be superseded by the OnePlus 6T but this "budget" phone continues to be one of the most impressive Android devices of 2018.

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Here's everything we know about the upcoming phone.

Rumors so far have suggested that the OnePlus 6T would be nearly identical to the recently released Oppo R17 Pro, which means that the former will borrow the triple camera setup on the back. Under the hood we're expecting a Snapdragon 845 processor. It's believed that the OnePlus 6T will feature a 6.41-inch OLED display with 2340 x 1080 resolution and 19:5:9 aspect ratio, although this information has been gleaned from the Vivo V11 Pro and Oppo's R17, both of which are part of the same stable. This is further evidence that the phone will pack an optical fingerprint reader embedded right in the display. The next official announcement, which concerns the "6T's" loss of a headphone jack, may modulate it somewhat, however.

To add fuel to this rumour a leaked image of the OnePlus 6T box appears to show the technology.

That next device surely must to be the OnePlus 6T and a launch could, therefore, come in the next few months.


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