OnePlus is working on a new version of its “sixes.” When the presentation of the smartphone takes place, it is still unknown, but now it is possible to get an idea of what it will be like.
At the beginning of the week, photos of the smartphone box appeared on the network. And on it we see a schematic image … Oppo R17. As expected, 1 + 6T will be similar to it – the prototypes were always Oppo R-smartphones. There is no theft: both companies together with Vivo belong to BBK Electronics holding:
Unfortunately, the box does not say a word about the characteristics of smartphones. All inscriptions are nicknames of users who helped in the development of the smartphone.
But you can see that the scanner has a fingerprint reader built into it. We think that it will be the same as that of Vivo the S Nex .
Today, a rendering made on the basis of insider data appeared:
If you believe this illustration, the smartphone will receive a triple camera. Will it be a black and white module, like the Huawei P20 Pro, or some other, time will tell.
In general, the smartphone looks nicer than the original OnePlus 6. Especially pleasing is the reduced “monobrow”: this design does not look like a thorn in the eye, it can even be called a chip.
But the location of the cameras may raise questions: will not the lowest module collect fingerprints? I now held my smartphone in my hands and realized that my index finger is exactly at the site of this camera. In general, we hope that it will look different.
Still there are questions, what can surprise 6T. If a year ago 5T was a minor, but necessary update, when the display with an outdated 16: 9 aspect ratio was replaced by the current 18: 9, what will happen now? Three cameras? Their presence in the smartphone has not yet been confirmed, the renderers may simply be a fan fake. Is the scanner in the display? Judging by the slogan “Unblock speed”, written on the box, it is. But is it worth it to release a new smartphone?
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