Yet again, a leak suggests the OnePlus 6T is launching October 16th

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The smartphone is expected to launch on October 17, this year.

The leak comes from a leakster on the Chinese social media Weibo.

The OnePlus 6T leaked renders confirm the presence of a waterdrop notch at the top of the display, similar to the OPPO R17 and F9 series smartphones. Interestingly, the October 17th date coincides with the date mentioned in the screenshot officially shared by OnePlus with CNET. If the report is to be believed, OnePlus 6T will also have a triple rear camera setup. So, we will have to wait and see if OnePlus manages to pull of this surprise or whether it will have a regular two-camera setup at the rear.

We know the OnePlus 6T is coming soon, given that even OnePlus itself has been teasing the phone, but now we may know the exact date of the announcement: October 17.

Interestingly, the smartphone's marketing slogan appears to be "Unlock The Speed", and many have speculated that it may have something to do with the OnePlus 6T's in-display fingerprint sensor.

The OnePlus 6T is rumored to be water-resistant as well.

You can scroll down a bit to see the images as well as a quick 360-degree video, but the look of the device is pretty much what we expected. As of now, this is the only information we have on the upcoming OnePlus 6T, we will further keep you posted on the same so stay tuned with us. The new notch is comparable to the ones in the OPPO R17 and F9 series. The description is suggested to pertain to the new in-display fingerprint scanner.

When OnePlus confirmed its next "flagship killer" would arrive without a headphone jack, better battery life was highlighted as an (indirect) benefit. Like always the upcoming OnePlus smartphone will be exclusively available on Amazon India website. Under the hood sits a 2.8GHz Snapdragon 845 CPU and an Adreno 630 GPU, with the option to choose between 6GB or 8GB RAM and 64GB and 128GB storage models.

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