In these days of exhausting leaks and relentless phone rumors, OnePlus just wants to talk about his new phone. In particular, its current flagship, the OnePlus 6T, has some exciting new features – and it comes on October 29th. (Yes, it has adjusted the original start date to avoid overlapping with another company that will release new products the same day.) 19659002] Every year, Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus is refining its formula for delivering a world-class Android smartphone a competitive price. The latest edition, the OnePlus 6, received a CNET Editor's Choice in May 201
This year, OnePlus will deliver a Mid-Cycle "T" upgrade that features intriguing new features, including a fingerprint scanner concealed beneath the rumored 6.4-inch AMOLED display on the phone. (Thebut many other specifications – such as the size and technology of the display – have not been announced.)
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And yet the leak remains. In addition to the wealth of sanctioned information we have about the OnePlus 6T, industry sources and diligent Leakers have filled the gaps with alleged photos, specifications, and renderings. As we count the days until the official launch on October 29, we will continue to gather the best news and rumors about the OnePlus 6T. So look at it often.
Confirmed: The OnePlus 6T launches on October 29
On October 8, OnePlus announced that it would unveil its new phone on Oct. 30 at 11:00 am ET at New York Pier 36. A few weeks later Apple then invited to a special event for 10 years am ET the same day. Ouch.
That's why OnePlus has postponed October 29th – a day before. The company will re-live the announcement live on its website and on its YouTube channel.
Confirmed: Fingerprint Sensor
The upcoming OnePlus 6T will feature a fingerprint reader, confirming that Company CNET. Some Chinese manufacturers have already experimented with the technology – the Vivo X21 and the Porsche Design Huawei Mate RS are two examples – but the OnePlus 6T will be the first widespread mobile phone with the feature in the US.
OnePlus told CNET that it originally intended to introduce the technology on last year's OnePlus 5T. However, because "the technology was not mature enough to meet [OnePlus’] standards for a fast and smooth user experience," it was postponed until the 6T.
Read: OnePlus 6T will have an in-screen fingerprint sensor
Confirmed: No headphone jack
In an exclusive interview with CNET, OnePlus CEO Pete Lau said the 6T will not have a headphone jack. The company announced the first USB-C headphones in September, the $ 20 Type C bullets.
Read: OnePlus dispenses with sinking headphone jack ship
Confirmed: "A New User Interface"
In September, OnePlus released OxygenOS 9.0 with Android Pie for the OnePlus 6. Since then, the company has used its own forum to unveil an even newer interface for the upcoming 6T. New features include an advanced "Do Not Disturb" mode, new navigation gestures, and new keyboard shortcuts to switch between recently used apps and call Google Assistant.
Rumor: Only from T-Mobile (US)
T-Mobile is expected to be the exclusive US carrier partner for the OnePlus 6T and optimized for T-Mobile's new 600 megahertz frequency band several people familiar with the start plans. OnePlus will continue to sell its global standard version, which is unlocked and can run on AT & T or T-Mobile as well as on most international networks
Rumor: The OnePlus 6T will have a mini-score
In September, a user posted on the Chinese social media site Weibo photos of an alleged OnePlus 6T retail box. A sketch of the phone on the box shows a handset that has almost all the screens – with a tiny teardrop-shaped notch above for the front camera and a narrow lower bezel.
Read: The OnePlus 6T may have a super-small notch
Rumor: OnePlus sticks to the Snapdragon 845
The OnePlus 6T has been released on Geekbench – an online data store for benchmarks. Submitted under the code name "FSFS P8801", the specifications show that some configurations of the OnePlus 6T with the same 8-core Snapdragon 845 aboard the Model 6 (and a number of other current phones including Samsung Galaxy S9 and Note 9,and and LG's V40) and 8GB RAM
Read: Midrange phones are boring, but here's why they're "also important  Rumor: The OnePlus 6T will cost about $ 550
Doubling onOnePlus has the highest growth rate of any major manufacturer.The price of the OnePlus phone is in the United States Up 33 Percent and United Kingdom Up 43 Percent We have no reason to believe that OnePlus will change its repertoire with the 6T, which will cost between 550 and 570 (420 and 435, 770 and 800 AUD).
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