OnePlus 6T will be officially presented in New York on October 30th


After several weeks of "leak" and news leaks, with fake ads and irrelevant references, we finally have an announcement date for OnePlus 6T, and this time everything suggests that this is the right time.

The company, in fact, will organize an event on October 30th in New York: it will be an opportunity to unveil to the world one of the most anticipated devices of this second half of 2018, or OnePlus 6T. Thanks to this presentation, fans of the products of the Chinese company founded in 2013 by Pete Lau will be able to know all the aesthetic details and the hardware characteristics of the product.

In fact, just by virtue of the many "leaks" that emerged in recent weeks, OnePlus 6T already knows a lot, not to say (almost) everything. One of the novelties of this smartphone is that there will be no fingerprint sensor located on the back, which will be replaced by a sensor integrated into the display, as revealed by the same OnePlus.

In addition, the device will not have a wireless recharge or an official IP rating. OnePlus has also cut the headphone jack, but there will be C-type headphones. The "notch" will be resized in a "waterdrop" shape and thus made more tolerable. The phone also has two cameras on the back.

By completing the rest of the specifications, we know that OnePlus 6T will come with a 6.4-inch display, OLED and Full HD +. In addition, the new phone of the Chinese company will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor, combined with 6 / 8GB of RAM and 64/128 / 256GB of memory. The dual rear camera will feature a 16 MP sensor and another 20 MP sensor. Moreover, the operating system provided on this new phone is Android 9.0 Pie. Finally, OnePlus 6T will be equipped with a 3700 mAh battery. The event next October 30 will also be broadcast live on YouTube.

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