Triple Back Cameras may come in OnePlus 6T:
OnePlus has been releasing 2 smartphones every year. The trend started with the One Plus 3T. With the OnePlus 6 launched in May 2018, the Oneplus 6T is expected to come in October 2018. An image shared on Weibo demonstrably shows the distinctions between products with a notch and those with a waterdrop notch, that is additionally being named the waterdrop notch. With a single camera that is front-facing, we expect the screen-to-body ratio of this OnePlus 6T will be around 90 %.
Surprisingly, the Oneplus 6T is expected to come with a triple back camera.
The triple-camera sensor at the back of the smartphone might give the OnePlus 6T imaging that is enormous such as a 3x optical zoom and other additions. Although the waterdrop design has been famous and first adopted in Oppo and Vivo, with smartphones like Oppo F9 pro and Vivo V11. Additionally, it offers not been confirmed if the OnePlus 6 will be discontinued or not as both the devices will have the same Snapdragon 845. Possibly, the Oneplus 6 may be discounted or sold at some discount prices to make the way for OnePlus 6T.
In-Display fingerprint sensor:
OnePlus is also introducing the In-display fingerprint sensor in the Oneplus 6T. Vivo was the first to bring the in-Display technology in a smartphone. As you may know, BBK Electronics, owns all the three brands namely Oppo, Vivo, OnePlus and lastly added Realme.
OnePlus 6T launch date:
The OnePlus 6T box has already been leaked. Which means the Phone is in the final stages of production. Also, Oneplus has officially teased a picture showing the date of launch of a new 5G phone possibly the Oneplus 7 expected to launch in February 2019.
OnePlus 6T price details:
The OnePlus 6T may be priced similar to the Oneplus 6 as Oneplus 6T specs remain the same. Only the design has been changed offering more screen and more cameras. And OnePlus is known to be launching budget Flagships also known as “Flagship Killer”. The OnePlus 6T could be starting from $500.
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