Tuesday , December 18 2018 Ausdroid » News » OnePlus continues to tease their under-glass fingerprint sensor

The lead up to the launch of a OnePlus phone is a long drawn out process of teasing, and that’s where we find ourselves with the OnePlus 6T and the focus this time is the under-display fingerprint sensor.

The feature was confirmed by OnePlus last month, who called the feature ‘Screen Unlock’, saying it would be an option in addition to Face Unlock.

As well as teasing the under-display fingerprint sensor, the tease also gives us a look at the phone itself, at least a part of it with the rest mostly hidden in shadow.

We’ve had a better look at the phone in a number of leaked renders over the last few weeks.

If you’re thinking the OnePlus Twitter account was a one-track operation you’ll be pleased to see they’re also celebrating their new position as the number four premium smartphone brand in Western Europe.

While they’ve taken this position in western Europe, we’re just hoping they’ll sell the phone here in Australia. Whether they will or not we’ll find out when the OnePlus 6T is announced on October 17th.

Source: @OnePlus.

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