We're getting pretty used to knowing everything about a phone before the launch, and it looks like it's happened again with the OnePlus 6T, scheduled to launch on the 29th of October.
As reported by WinFuture, German retailer Otto listed everything about the device, including full specs and images from all angles.
All the details in the leak confirm what had already leaked – including the fact that it comes in black or black – and those images look pretty legit to us. If you like to open your presents before Christmas, read on.
OnePlus 6T specs
High points on that specs list include 8 lovely gigs of RAM, the Snapdragon 845 chipset, dual SIM capability, 4K video recording and a whopping 3,700 mAh battery. The specs list compiled by WinFuture also includes Android Pie, although they note that the retailer actually said 8.1 Oreo. So it could be either, but knowing OnePlus we'd be surprised if it's not Pie.
And as expected, we have a teardrop notch to the front of the phone containing the 16MP selfie camera, and an in-screen fingerprint sensor, a departure from the rear-mounted fingerprint pads of other OnePlus handsets.
As per the rumours though, no headphone jack. That's going to upset some people.
The 402 PPI, 6.4-inch AMOLED screen is apparently covered with Gorilla Glass 5, which should make it pretty resilient, and there's also space for a microSD card on top of the built-in 128GB of storage.
The price also leaked: 579 Euros, which should make it about £510 on these shores.
What do you think of the leaks? Are they legit? Is the phone what you hoped for? Let us know in the comments.