Of what has become a yearly ritual by OnePlus, leads to yet another incremental upgrade to the successful Oneplus 6. It comes with a 6.41 inch display with a tear-drop notch. A 16+20 MP camera setup in the rear and a 16 MP camera on the front. Exciting Snapdragon 845 with 6 GB / 8 GB and 128 GB / 256 GB configurations which is more or less like last time except starting with 128 GB instead of 64 GB.
The highlight is Oneplus’ partnership with T-Mobile to launch the Oneplus 6T, which will vastly improve it’s absorption in the US market since lot of customers purchase through carriers. Apart from operational upgrade, the 6T also boasts of an In-display fingerprint sensor which adds to the user experience of not having to lift the device to unlock or fiddle in a way to match face to front facing camera.
It still does not have any IP rating and even has the headphone jack removed this time around. What needs to be seen is whether the slight improve in battery and Oneplus’s customized version of Android – Oxygen OS, which can be considered better than stock Android, good enough to hold against the competition or not.