New OnePlus 6T Concept Features Smaller Notch, Thin Bezels

The OnePlus 6T will almost certainly arrive later this year, and while we’re waiting for rumors and leaks to start popping up, a YouTube channel called ‘Waqar Khan’ has released a concept design of the OnePlus 6T. That being said, this design may actually be close to the real design of the OnePlus 6T, as it is inspired the the OPPO R17 leaks, and chances are that the OnePlus 6T will resemble the OPPO R17, at least to some degree, as was the case with the past OPPO R-series and OnePlus handsets.

Having said that, this concept design video has a duration of over three minutes, and it gives us a really good look at the device. In terms of the general shape, this OnePlus 6T concept resembles the OnePlus 6 quite a bit. The device is made out of metal and glass, while OnePlus’ logo sits on the back of the device, as was the case on previous OnePlus devices. Interestingly enough, this phone comes with three rear-facing cameras, while a fingerprint scanner is included below the phone’s display. That probably will not be the case with the real OnePlus 6T, though, as the device is more likely to come with two cameras and a rear-facing fingerprint scanner, but we’ll see.

The back side of this phone is curved, while a power / lock button and an alert slider are located on the right, as was the case with the OnePlus 6. The volume up and down buttons, and the phone’s SIM card tray can be found on the left. Now, if we flip the phone around, you will notice that it has a triangle-shaped notch on the front, which is noticeably smaller than the one on the OnePlus 6. Inside of that notch lies a front-facing camera, and an earpiece is located right above it. The phone’s display sports rounded corners, while the device has a really thin bezel below the display. The phone is shown in Black, Red, and White color variants in the provided video, and if you’d like to check out that video, it’s embedded down below.

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