The smartphone also features a 6.4-inch AMOLED display that's covered with Gorilla Glass 6 atop.
It is interesting that previous year, OnePlus' CEO Pete Lau assured the community on the company's official forums that the 3.5mm headphone jack was an essential part of offering the "best flagship experience possible" for the OnePlus 5T.
OnePlus is expected to launch the OnePlus 6T next month on October 17, and, while we are still more than a month away from this expected launch, we have already started hearing more and more about the 6T.
Interestingly, the OnePlus 6T is listed with a triple-camera setup at the rear.
We don't know yet how much they'll cost or when exactly they'll ship. The front-facing camera, however, will supposedly be taking a whopping step up from 16MP to 25MP. The smartphone should include support for all the latest standards such as Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac dual-band, Bluetooth 5.0 Low Energy, GPS with A-GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, Galileo, NFC, USB Type-C., and 4G VoLTE. When pressed on why said jack not included, Pei gave similar answers to those given by Apple, Razer, and others. According to Pei, the forthcoming flagship phone will bring battery life improvements "substantial enough for users to realise".
The Giztop listing suggests that the OnePlus 6T will sport 3500mAh battery with VOOC fast charging support. The 6 GB RAM variant has 64 GB of internal storage, whereas, the 8 GB RAM variant comes with 128 GB and 256 GB of internal storage.
Along with the specifications, the Giztop listing also mentions the price of OnePlus 6T. The OnePlus 6T is now listed as "Out of Stock" on Giztop and it says that the smartphone will not be available until October 16.
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