OnePlus 6T Now Available Only In OnePlus Authorised Dealer Idris Electronics Raipur
Let’s kick off this OnePlus 6T rumor roundup with what we are banking on being announced. For starters, we know a fair amount about the design. Thanks to some leaks, we’ve seen the OnePlus 6T bears a striking resemblance to the Oppo R17.
We very much expect a teardrop notch — which in my opinion is the best implementation of the ‘feature’ since the Essential PH-1 so far. A teardrop notch takes up much less valuable display space and still manages to pack in that front-facing camera.
We already have in-depth renders courtesy of @OnLeaks and MySmartPrice, with very little left to the imagination. The overall design takes a very minor step away from the, admittedly, solid look of the OnePlus 6. Expect the same glass sandwich design, with a small chin at the front with that minimal notch helping to increase the overall screen size by a few percent.
The display is expected to be a 6.4-inch AMOLED screen, a Full HD+ resolution (2340×1080 pixels) and sport a 91.5% screen-to-body ratio. Even with a notch that is an impressive figure. Storage will come in 64GB, 128GB and 256GB flavors, with no mention of microSD card storage expandability. We don’t expect microSD card expansion as this wasn’t present on the OnePlus 6.
It wouldn’t be a complete OnePlus 6T rumor roundup without mentioning what is getting sacrificed from the latest model, and in this instance, it’s the headphone jack. This is most definitely one that hardcore OnePlus fans will likely have difficulty swallowing. It’s a shame that a company labelled as an enthusiast phone maker is removing the feature that fans have shown they love.
An increase in battery size doesn’t always necessarily mean better battery life, that being said, I’ve personally found the OnePlus 6 to have a solid battery with the 3.5mm jack present so maybe it will make a small difference at the very least.