We’re getting a clearer look at the next OnePlus flagship, and it looks… kinda familiar.
Pictures of the OnePlus 6T come from WinFuture, which says they’re official marketing shots. They show a small “water droplet” notch at the front housing just the front camera. It’s similar to recent models from Oppo and Vivo -- who share the same parent company as OnePlus.
Another big change on the OnePlus 6T was also seen first on its siblings: It probably has an in-screen fingerprint sensor.
The leaked images show no fingerprint sensor on the back of the phone, as with previous devices. And the water droplet notch only contains the selfie camera -- with no space for depth-sensing cameras like on the iPhone X, it’s unlikely that it has secure face unlock.
While people have nothing against tiny notches and in-screen fingerprint sensors, another change on the 6T may not be very welcome.
OnePlus has apparently decided to remove the headphone jack on its upcoming phone because 59% of OnePlus users said they use wireless headsets on a daily basis, according to OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei.
Except Pei, who often runs polls on Twitter, also asked his followers whether they like headphone jacks earlier this year -- and 88%, almost 20,000 people, said that they did.