OnePlus 6T reveal date is revealed - tickets now on sale

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OnePlus 6T is set to come with a range of new features including in-screen fingerprint technology and waterdrop notch

OnePlus has revealed more about the upcoming OnePlus 6T. It's also known that OnePlus has ditched the 3.5mm headphone jack in favor of battery life and the "screen unlock" feature. OnePlus India has also announced that customers can buy an e-Gift Card worth Rs 1,000 during the Great Indian Festival sale that can be redeemed to buy the OnePlus 6T, when the device goes live for open sale on November 2. The smartphone has been leaked multiple times and the Chinese smartphone maker has remained onboard. The company has already confirmed the device to sport an in-display fingerprint sensor.

This is a bit unusual considering the fact that the OnePlus 6T is slated to be announced on 30 October and the consumers don't know what new features coming in the Android phone except for the in-screen fingerprint sensor.

"At the center of this milestone event will be the global OnePlus Community who continue to help build and shape the direction of OnePlus". OnePlus is hosting at event on that day in NYC, which they are calling their "largest fan gathering ever". OnePlus will bundle in a free pair of earbuds along with the OnePlus 6T for early birds, according to today's report, and it remains to be seen if the same courtesy will be provided in other markets as well. The poster reads "Unlock The Speed" which will be the new slogan. Just like the OnePus 6, the OnePlus 6T will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 paired with up to 10GB RAM and up to 256GB internal storage.

Pier 36 is also where INQ attended the recent Lenovo event held in the city, apropos of nothing.

And now Pete Lau, the CEO of OnePlus has taken to Weibo to post a number of images of the Porsche 911 GT3 RS which we expect will be a vehicle that the OnePlus 6T Porsche Edition will be based on.

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