There are already many speculations and interesting leaks regarding the follow-up model of the already popular OnePlus 6. The speculations are abuzz with rumours that the OnePlus 6T will come sporting a triple camera setup, turning it into the first on the much-sought-after DxOMark list to share space with the Huawei P20 Pro.
While already confirmed that the OnePlus 6T will come 5G data connectivity support, the triple camera setup news has taken all by surprise due to the lower price point of the OnePlus 6 as compared to the Huawei P20 Pro.
Now for those who are wondering what the DxOMark list is – the DxOMark is a website for image quality ranking and reviews whose approval caries quite some weight amongst the smartphone and camera manufacturers as buyers mostly rely on the website’s reviews and lists before buying. The Huawei P20 Pro late in March this year, bagged a score of 109 points on the website and became the first in the world to come with three camera sensors lined vertically for the main camera in the rear. On the other hand, the OnePlus 6T is said to come loaded with a pop-up camera and a dual-camera set up for the main camera and another front shooter accommodated in the pop-up slider. Although the sliding mechanism is said to resemble that of the Oppo Find X model, leaked images suggest the mechanism is not as sleek and small as that in the Oppo model. However, irrespective of the rumours, as the phone is set to be launched in the last months of 2018, it will surely become the world’s second phone to come with a triple camera and earn a high rank on the DxOMark list.
A total game changer for the Chinese brand, the OnePlus 6T is rumoured to include a completely bezel-less display of 95% screen-to-body ratio, a slightly curved body with no frames in the front, a rounded display with a fingerprint scanner inside the screen, 3D face recognition and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset with an 8GB+512GB memory variant.
The OnePlus 6T is expected to be launched in the price range of Rs 36,000 to Rs 52,000 in India which though sounds a little too steep, seems reasonable when compared with the Rs 64,999 Huawei P20 Pro.