Tuesday , November 13 2018 Ausdroid » Hardware » Mobiles » Another OnePlus 6T specs and render leak shows the phone and ‘confirms’ some great looking specs

The impending launch of the OnePlus 6T later this month is hotly anticipated by most Android fans looking for a great phone, at we hope a great price. The phone has leaked again overnight, offering us another view of the phone and what appears to be a fairly complete spec list.

The leak comes courtesy of Ishan Agarwal, the same Twitter user who leaked a number of features including the wallpapers for the Pixel 3 in the lead up to the launch.

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 almost delicate teardrop style notch.

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.

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OnePlus has previously confirmed the phone will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845, but this spec sheet lists 8GB of RAM and 128GB of on-board storage. As rumoured, the phone will have a 3,700mAh battery and dual 16MP + 20MP sensors on the rear with an f/1.7 aperture on both. The 20MP front-facing camera will also have an f/1.7 aperture for potentially great low-light shots.

OnePlus has been partnered with Google to bring the Android Pie beta to their phones early and that partnership is paying off for the OnePlus 6T with an Oxygen OS build based on Pie included on the phone.

If the specs aren’t enough for you, there’s a bunch of renders of the phone included for your viewing pleasure.

After moving their event, OnePlus will unveil the OnePlus 6T on October 29th at 11am EDT in New York – that’s October 30th at 2am AEDT for those of us playing at home.

Source: IshanAgarwal.

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The Pixel 3 looks like a very troubled device, with a lot of issues. Youight want to do a lot more research before committing to it. I just got the OnePlus 6 a few days ago. Couldn’t wait for the 6T. Love it, such a great phone. Hopefully some smart developer will work out a way to port Night Sight to other devices, if not not the end of the world

If you do go with the P3, hope it works well for you.

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Sorry, this was meant to be in response to the comment by Adam

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Thanks Baruugh :). had a play with the Pixels at JB on the weekend, still not sold on them tbh, so maybe will wait for the 6T after all. Came to realise Night Sight is a small use case scenario, would it really be such a loss to not have it even if it wasn’t porred around 🙂

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You know, no matter how good the 6T is on most other fronts, I think I’ve been sold on getting a Pixel 3 now based on the Night Sight article The Verge has up at the moment. You guys seen it?? The tech is AMAZING. It makes me want to forget the average everything else about the P3 and just get one for that astounding camera. Up til now it’s been a bit of a neck and neck race between the 6T and the P3 being my next phone… The 6T does look good in those new shots, but is… Read more »

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Any details on an Aus launch as yet?

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Not that I have seen myself but potentially they may do with the 7. they are supposed to be the first 5g phone and the graphic in the shot (the qualcomm launch of 5g support) was going global. fingers crossed that happens.

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At least I’ll only have to wait another 6 months… :S

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