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OnePlus 6T to launch in India on October 17th, says the Leaked Invite



OnePlus 6T

OnePlus is all set to launch its next new flagship i.e. the OnePlus 6T in the market. The brand has already revealed some of the key features of the device in the mail sent to a tech media. The device was also teased in a video later, showcasing the In-display fingerprint scanner. Now, the leaked invite confirms the OnePlus 6T Indian launch to be on October 17th.

This is not a surprise as we already speculated the launch date to be 17th given the fact that the screenshot shared earlier by the brand mentioned the same date. Following the same, the global launch should be a day or two ahead of the Indian launch, similar to what we have seen in past. As disclosed earlier, the company is also expected to launch new Bullets type C earphones (6T will skimp on 3.5mm headphone jack).

The upcoming OnePlus 6T will be coming with a design similar to the recently launched Oppo R17 Pro. As far as the specifications are concerned, the device is expected to come with a 6.4-inch Full HD+ AMOLED display with the new water drop shaped Notch and Snapdragon 845 SoC paired with 6 and 8GB of RAM in 64GB,128GB and 256GB storage variants.

The presence of glass back may also bring wireless charging, also, an IP rating (most probably IP68), Android Pie out of the box and a slight bump in the battery capacity is something we look forward too.

The device will be available in the US under the partnership with T-Mobile carrier and is expected to carry a price tag of $550, similar to its predecessor. In addition to the regular models, the company might also launch some sort of special editions as well just like what they did with OnePlus 6 and OnePlus 5T. Let us see what OnePlus actually unveils on 17th of October, till then, stay tuned.


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