OnePlus 6T bares all in Midnight Black and Mirror Black 'official marketing pics'20
Technically, one color, two (slightly) different variants, which just so happen to coincide with the two main OnePlus 6 options. We’re talking “Midnight Black” and “Mirror Black” flavors, hiding snazzy glass covers under a refined new “frosted” surface.
Speaking of things hiding new stuff, it’s no longer a secret that the OnePlus 6T supports in-screen fingerprint recognition technology, freeing up a little bit of space at the back and helping the next-gen “flagship killer” to stand out from most mainstream flagships in the Western Hemisphere.
A so-called “waterdrop” notch is another intriguing design element borrowed from recent Vivo and Oppo releases to give the likes of the Pixel 3 XL and LG V40 ThinQ a run for their money stateside.
The teeny-tiny and, according to many, preferable screen cutout can only accommodate a selfie camera, which means the earpiece is relocated in a barely noticeable “recess” above the front-facing shooter.
This is definitely a love-or-hate aesthetic vision, but one thing we know most of you will loathe is the death of the time-honored headphone jack. On the bright side, a significantly larger 3,700 mAh battery is expected to reside under the hood of a slightly larger 6.4-inch OnePlus 6T (the OP6 has a 6.28-inch display and 3,300 mAh cell).
Pretty much everything else is rumored to stay the same, from a Snapdragon 845 processor to a maximum of 8GB RAM, with Android 9.0 Pie however likely to run the software show out the box. Who’s looking forward to October 17?
source: WinFuture (machine translated)