OnePlus 6T launch date is October 30



The phone was expected to arrive on October 17, as that date was mentioned in a number of rumors and leaks thus far, but it seems like the company has other plans or its upcoming flagship. In India, OnePlus 6T will be available exclusively on with an expected starting price of around Rs 35,000. Ahead of the launch, OnePlus has already confirmed a lot about the successor to the OnePlus 6. OnePlus 6T will be the highlight of the evening but the company might also launch a new USB- Type C wired headphone to go with the new OnePlus 6T.

Interestingly, OnePlus is just a few days away from launching its much awaited smartphone, the OnePlus 6T.

And now Pete Lau, the CEO of OnePlus has taken to Weibo to post a number of images of the Porsche 911 GT3 RS which we expect will be a vehicle that the OnePlus 6T Porsche Edition will be based on. Instead, it would have the fingerprint sensor built right under the display of the phone. The phone also features a 16MP front camera at an aperture rate of f/2.0. Unlike its predecessor, though, rumours indicate that OnePlus could offer a waterdrop-style notch on this phone.

Attendees of the event will be the first in the world to experience the OnePlus 6T, and participate in a range of interactive experiences and exclusive demos showcasing the superior craftsmanship and design combined with powerful, cutting-edge technology.

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"One of the big things is something our users have asked us for, improved battery life".

The teaser video with the above-mentioned title was posted on Thursday.

OnePlus 6T will also hold a dual rear camera setup, as seen on OnePlus 6.

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