OnePlus Invite Leaked Confirms Launch date to be as 17th October


OnePlus Invite Leaked Confirms Launch date to be as 17th October

OnePlus will be soon launching its next smartphone Oneplus 6t. The device rumors and leaks are rendering on internet from couples of week. The company has also confirmed the name via TV ads and Amazon India listing. Now a fresh leak has arrived which claimed to be invite of the oneplus 6t launch event as 17th of October.

As we all know that the OnePlus first launch its product globally and then after few days they launch the same product to India market. As mentioned on the leaked invitation that the launch date of OnePlus 6T in India is 17th of October so it is expected that the global launch will be earlier of that.

Talking about the rumors which are rendering on internet about the OnePlus 6t, that it will be powered with snapdragon 845 SoC coupled with upto 8GB of RAM and there will be a 512GB internal storage variant

As for now company has confirmed that the upcoming device name is OnePlus 6t and some of its features are also officially confirmed. It will be featuring in-display fingerprint sensor, waterdrop notch display and dual rear cameras, it will aso be supporting wireless charging. This is all for now stay tuned with TechOnTrend for more news on OnePlus 6t.

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