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This could be OnePlus 6T in Red with triple rear cameras and waterdrop notch

06 September 2018 2

The OnePlus 6T smartphone is making the rounds on the internet. While we do not have any confirmation or anything concrete on the same, the leaks or rumors are making our beliefs firm that there is indeed a “T” version of the device.

Recently, an alleged retail box of the device revealed the waterdrop screen and in-display fingerprint scanner. Well, there isn’t any doubt that the company might be working on such kind of features, but it’s hard to believe that all these features are meant for the OnePlus 6T, which is just an upgrade over the OnePlus 6.

Now, an image has surfaced which is said to be OnePlus 6T with triple cameras and the tiniest notch display. Design-wise, the alleged device looks similar to the Oppo R17 Pro which got launched last month in China. The leaked image clearly shows the triple lens camera setup with a Red colored glass back.

The third sensor on the device is said to be the 3D TOF depth sensor for creating the 3D mapping and the other two for capturing the photos and videos. Furthermore, it’s being said that the device is going to have a variable aperture primary camera which will automatically change the aperture between the f/1.5 and f/2.4 based on the situation.

These are some biggest upgrades over the OnePlus 6 and if this is really going to be the OnePlus 6T then OnePlus 6 users may get disappointed. Take all these details with a pinch of salt as we are yet to gain official information on the OnePlus 6T.

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