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September 5, 2018

OnePlus 6T retail box reveals in-display fingerprint sensor

by John_A

The notch is also a lot smaller.

With the OnePlus 6 being one of the best phones the company’s ever released, there’s a lot of hype already starting to build up for the 6T. Most recently, a supposed retail box for the phone leaked and gives us a glimpse at a couple big features to look forward to.


The inside of the box shows an outline for the OnePlus 6T, and on this outline, there’s a fingerprint icon near the bottom middle of the screen — suggesting that it’ll ship with an in-display fingerprint sensor.

The outline also gives us a look at the 6T’s notch which appears to be a lot smaller than the one on the OnePlus 6. It features the “waterdrop” design that we’ve steadily been seeing on more and more handsets. In fact, to not much surprise, this brief look at the 6T is very reminiscent to the Oppo R17 that was announced in mid-August.

No other details are revealed from this retail packaging, save for the “Unlock The Speed” tagline on one side that suggests OnePlus will once again be promoting the 6T’s fast performance over its other features.

As earlier reported, the OnePlus 6T is expected to arrive this fall with a U.S. price of $550.

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