OnePlus 6 smartphone, which was released this year in May has proven to be one of the most popular premium devices in the current market. With its launch, many tech enthusiast and reviewers have already predicted that the phone will have an upgraded variant OnePlus 6T, following the pattern of its previous launches of OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 5. Now, a leaked report has surfaced on the internet, suggesting that OnePlus 6T smartphone has been certified by the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC). This leaked report was first spotted on the tech website called PhoneCorridor. Realme 2 Smartphone Launching in India Tomorrow; Likely to Be Priced Under Rs. 10,000.
The report from ECC from Russia doesn't mention the name of the phone which has been given the certification, revealing only the model number A6013. Compared to Oneplus 6 model number, which was A6000 for India, China, Asia and A6003 for the European and North American market, it can be assumed that the device mentioned only by its model number could be the OnePlus 6T flagship phone. Amazon’s 10.or D2 Smartphone Available for Prime Members Ahead of Open Sale.
Earlier this month, the phone even got a rendered video, uploaded on a YouTube channel Waqar Khan. The footage showcased OnePlus 6T with a similar screen design to Oppo R17 smartphone, along three coloured variants – White, Black and Red. The rendered video also revealed information regarding the optics, which showed a triple camera setup at the rear. Supreme Court Slams Notice to WhatsApp & Two Indian Ministries, Seeks Reply Against Non Appointment of Grievance Officer.
As for other leaks, the device is speculated to feature an in-display fingerprint reader and could introduce a new Dash Charge technology called Warp Charge. The phone could sport a 6.4-inch AMOLED display and may do away with the notch design. It is expected to come with a massive battery upgrade. Also, the smartphone could have the same processor (QSD 845) or may feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 SoC. As for the launch, OnePlus could introduce the device globally in November.