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Play OnePlus’s New Tapping Game For Your Chance to Win a OnePlus 6T

The OnePlus 6T is set to be unveiled on the 30th October, but that's not stopped the company from teasing us with all the fancy details. If you've liked what you've heard so far, you may be thinking of buying one for yourself. If that's the case, you may want to take part in OnePlus's new tapping-based game. You could win fabulous prizes, including a brand new OnePlus 6T or a brand new OnePlus device every time they release a new one. Read More >>

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Forum Post Offers New Hints About OnePlus 6T Software

OnePlus is keeping the 6T hype train fully fuelled: a new post on the tech brand's forums gives us a lot of new information about the UI of the new phone. Read More >>

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The OnePlus 6T Will be Available to Buy From Someone Other Than O2

OnePlus has come a long way. From a no-name Chinese challenger brand with an unproven (but cheap!) flagship competitor all the way back in 2014 (that's a long time in tech, OK?) to the techies' favourite obscure handset manufacturer, to today's announcement: the OnePlus 6T will be stocked by the big networks and retailers, alongside the household names. Read More >>

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The OnePlus 6T Has a Less-Good In-Screen Fingerprint Scanner

In a post on the Chinese social networking site Weibo, OnePlus has revealed a bit more info about the promised in-screen fingerprint scanner on its upcoming 6T handset – and it's not amazing news. Read More >>

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You Can Now Order a OnePlus 6 From Amazon UK

The OnePlus 6T is confirmed to be arriving at the end of the month, but it seems there's still plenty of life on the six-month old OnePlus 6. As of right now you can go and buy the device from Amazon's UK website, ending your need to either buy it from O2 or pay for the shipping costs associated with OnePlus's own online store. Read More >>

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OnePlus Confirms the OnePlus 6T Will Go on Sale on 6th November

Yesterday we learned that OnePlus was planning on having its big OnePlus 6T launch event on 30th October, and not 17th as had previously been rumoured. Today the company has revealed exactly when the phone is set to hit shop shelves. It's not making us wait too long, because the OnePlus 6T will go on sale exactly one week later on 6th November. Read More >>

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The OnePlus 6T is Launching on 30th October

Earlier this morning, we shared the news that OnePlus was teasing something 6T-related. We weren't sure exactly what it was. A launch? A tease of a tease? Neither of those: OnePlus has revealed that its next handset, the 6T, will be launching globally on 30th October. Read More >>

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OnePlus is Making a OnePlus 6T Announcement Today

OnePlus' next handset, the 6T, was expected to launch next Wednesday, on 17th October. However, a tweet from the company's official Twitter account yesterday makes it seem like an announcement is coming later today. Read More >>

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The OnePlus 6T is Going to Cost More, and the In-Display Fingerprint Scanner is to Blame

Now that the expected launch event is about two weeks off, we're starting to hear more and more about the OnePlus 6T - from official and unofficial sources alike. This latest news is the former, with the company's CEO revealing a few new secrets when speaking to CNET. In short, the 6T is going to cost more than the OnePlus 6, and it's all because of the in-display fingerprint scanner. Read More >>

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Leaked Renders Claim to Show Off the OnePlus 6T, and Reveal Two Colours

A couple of weeks back some images popped up online claiming to be the OnePlus 6T, and as I pointed out there was no way in hell they were legit. Not only did the device in question have a headphone jack, it was also missing OnePlus's trademark alert slider - all but confirming it was something else. Now, though, some renders have popped up alleging to be the new device, and they look a lot more legitimate. Read More >>

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The OnePlus 6T’s Hype Campaign Gets Underway With an In-Display Fingerprint Scanner Tease

It's been known for a little while that the OnePlus 6T would be getting one of those fancy in-display fingerprint scanners, negating the need for a rear-mounted scanner that inevitably leads to fingerprint smudges on your camera lens. It's not such a common feature on current smartphones, so it makes sense that the 6T's official hype campaign would kick off by emphasising this new addition to OnePlus devices: Read More >>

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Leak Claims the OnePlus 6T Launch Will Happen on 17th October

For a while know we've been asking about the OnePlus 6T, specifically when it will actually get announced. The company has already started teasing some of the things we can expect to see from the phone, but so far there's been little indication on when it will arrive. Aside from a tenuous October release date supposedly coming as part of a partnership with T-Mobile in the US. The good news is leaks may reveal the coveted launch date to be 17th October. Read More >>

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Android Pie Comes to OnePlus 6 in OxygenOS 9.0

At the start of the month OnePlus released a new beta version of OxygenOS, officially bringing the full version of Android Pie to the OnePlus 6 for the first time. Being a beta it required users to jump through some hoops before they could install it, and wasn't expected to be representative of the inevitable stable release. If you held back for those reasons, you're in luck, because over the weekend OnePlus announced the stable version of OxygenOS 9.0 has begun rolling out. Read More >>

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Leaked Images Claim to Show the OnePlus 6T, But I have My Doubts

The launch of the OnePlus 6T is expected to arrive sometime next month, if previous rumours are to be believed, so it's about time the phone started getting leaked with great frequency. Unfortunately we haven't seen a whole lot of the phone yet, and all we've had so far are a picture of purported retail packaging and images that could easily be faked. Now we have some new images claiming to be the anticipated phone, but I have my doubts of its legitimacy. Read More >>

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OnePlus is Being Sued Over Using the Term ‘Dash’

Back in May the EU rejected OnePlu's application to trademark the name of its fast charging system, because the name 'Dash Charge' was too similar to other products trademarked by both Amazon and headphone manufacturer Bragi. For that reason OnePlus announced it would be rebranding Dash Charge to something less problematic. We haven't much about that in the months since, though the timetable may accelerate now Bragi has revealed its intention to sue OnePlus over use of the Dash name. Read More >>