OnePlus 6T Release Date with Night mode

Yolanda Curtis
October 28, 2018

We're getting pretty used to knowing everything about a phone before the launch, and it looks like it's happened again with the OnePlus 6T, scheduled to launch on the 29th of October. The very same 8GB RAM variant of the phone surfaced on Geekbench, and that listing also confirms that the phone will be fueled by the Snapdragon 845 processor, and that it will ship with Android 9 Pie.

According to the spec sheet Ishan has supplied, the phone will feature what appears to be a laundry list of every Android users wish-list including a 6.4-inch 2340×1080 resolution 19.5:9 display which includes an nearly delicate teardrop style notch.


OnePlus 6T India launch event is less than a week away, and the company has now announced it will hold pop-up events in nine cities in the country following the unveiling to showcase its latest flagship to all customers. This means that the smartphone will be the first OnePlus device to be compatible with the USA based carrier. The camera specs seem to be identical to the OnePlus 6, per Otto's listing. So, if you don't want to deal with an ugly dongle to connect your favourite earphones, then the OnePlus 6 is a better choice now as the OnePlus 6T will not come with a headphone jack. The variant of the device that appeared on AnTuTu sports 8GB o RAM and 128GB of storage, though other options will nearly certainly become available as well. The device will still, though, feature two cameras on the back.

According to a couple of feature shots which show off the in-display fingerprint sensor, and other features including the display will cover 86% of the front of the phone.


Well, a direct conversion means the OnePlus 6T could cost £512 here in the UK. The OnePlus 6 is now on sale for £519. AnTuTU also mentions that the phone will ship with Android 9 Pie out of the box, and on top of it you'll get OnePlus' OxygenOS skin, of course. Recent reports have revealed that there won't be any 64 GB OnePlus 6T model.

The company has enhanced its low-light photography capabilities, so there will be no camera upgrade in terms of hardware. Their lead narrowed just a bit from Q2 of this year, when they had 40% of the market.


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