Finally, we have got a concrete piece of information about the OnePlus 6T. The upcoming flagship which has been reported to officially debut in November has just been certified by the EEC (Eurasian Economic Commission) in Russia. This kind of confirms its existence after tons of mere rumors. So, even though no important technologic breakthroughs have been made and no new flagship chipsets by Qualcomm have hit the shelves in the past few months, the second OnePlus flagship of this year will come just like in 2017.
Sadly, the EEC did not release any info about the specs sheet of the flagship. From the Russian agency, we only know that it has been certified with the model number A6013. So, we still have to rely on rumors. According to recent rumors, the upcoming OnePlus 6T will come with the same design as the new Oppo R17 Pro, which includes a waterdrop display which will have a minimal notch just for the front camera and an even higher screen-to-body ratio than its predecessor. But there should be a difference: the 6T is not expected to come with an in-display fingerprint reader, so it may be placed on the back.
It may even be available in gradient color variants like Stream Blue of the R17 Pro. And it may sport a triple camera setup composed of three sensors: one with a 12 MP resolution and a variable aperture (it will be possible to switch from f/1.5 to f/2.4) just like the latest Samsung flagships, one with a 20 MP resolution and a f/2.6 aperture and a TOF 3D stereo camera for AR able to capture depth info. The display of the OnePlus 6T should be a bit bigger than the one of its predecessor (6.4 inches with AMOLED technology and Full HD+ resolution), while the processor will be the Snapdragon 845.