OnePlus 6T leaks yet again, confirming wireless charging feature
Update (September 27): A new leak has emerged, revealing the OnePlus 6T battery capacity. More info here.
Original story follows:
Just yesterday, the OnePlus 6T press invite got leaked, leading us to speculate about wireless charging. And today, we bring to you yet another leak which clearly confirms the device supports wireless charging.
This new leak comes courtesy of a user on Weibo, who claims the screenshots are from a promotional OnePlus 6T video. Indeed, the progress bar at the bottom of each screenshot does lend weight to this claim.
Following are the screenshots – click/tap on them to view in full size.
The first one shows the device’s front as well as back. The design is inline with what we’ve seen in rumors/leaks so far – water drop notch and dual camera on the back.
The next screenshot re confirms under screen fingerprint sensor, which has already been officially confirmed by OnePlus.
Next up is a screenshot which details related to the dual rear camera setup.
The 12MP+20MP configuration revealed by this image is new, as leaks/rumors so far had put forward a 16MP + 20MP setup.
Anyway, finally, the highlight of this leak – a screenshot showing the OnePlus 6T resting on a small white colored circular platform, which in all likelihood is a wireless charger.
Of course, as much as we’d like to believe this all, it’s still – after all – a leak. So do take all this with a pinch of salt.
OnePlus has already confirmed October 17 unveiling for the flagship device. So the wait isn’t long now.
To quickly refresh, the OnePlus 6T is likely to arrive with Snapdragon 845 SoC, up to 8GB/256GB memory config, and a 6.4-inch screen. No concrete information on pricing though.
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