With OnePlus 6T feeding the rumor mills now, its predecessor has already become the thing of past. A fresh concept video broke the internet just recently, talking about what the upcoming smartphone would look like.
Bezel Less Phone With Pop-Up Camera
The concept video has been uploaded by Waqar Khan on Youtube who stretches his imagination on OnePlus 6T and by what we see the phone looks similar to rumored Oppo R17. If that happens indeed, it would not be the first time when OnePlus and Oppo flagship phones have shared the form factor. Although, there has not been any dearth of the concept flagships popping up all over the internet, this one looks more believable than all others in the past. The video shows a bezel-less device and a pop-up camera. There is also a small notch visible on the top of the smartphone and a curved back. Also, the fingerprint sensor has been shown under the display reminding us of the Vivo X21.
Khan has even stated that the flagship would be available in black, white and red color. Earlier, reports revealed that OnePlus 6T would feature a 6.4-inch FHD+ and sit on the upcoming Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC. Coming to the RAM variants, there would be 6GB and 8GB with storage options of 64 GB, 128 GB and 256 GB. On the camera front, there would be a trio of the snappers with 20 megapixel sensors, 16 megapixel and 8 megapixel sensors. OnePlus would reportedly crank up the battery power to 3,840mAh and would run Android 8.1 Oreo.
While all the buzz around OnePlus 6T sounds exciting, the company has not announced anything about the phone or the probable time of launch. We would love to have a high on innovation and budget friendly smartphone by November as rumored but, until any official announcement, take every news that comes your way with a pinch of salt.
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