A set of similar features were rolled out on the OnePlus 6T just before the launch as OxygenOS 9.0.4.
Those are the mediocre things, so now let's talk about the bad things.
Unfortunately, that's exactly the case with the OnePlus 6T.
The OnePlus 6T is now available for purchase, my friends.
Then you have the notch. It's close, but it's not the absolute worst.
For starters, the carrier will only be offering the OnePlus 6T in Mirror Black variant featuring 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage for $579 or $24.17 in monthly payments, respectively. They anxious to get their hands on the upcoming device. That's the slight variant of Android made by OnePlus. Its large 85.6 percent screen-to-body ratio is largely thanks to the 16MP teardrop front-facing camera, while its rear dual lens setup supports optical stabilisation across its 16MP + 20MP cameras. One is called T-Mobile, the other is Unlock.
The software update schedule for the T-Mobile version is likely to be delayed compared to its unlocked cousin.
Starting Friday, OnePlus 6T will be available on all online and offline channels including Amazon.in, oneplus.in, Croma stores, Reliance Digital outlets and all OnePlus exclusive offline stores.
Is the T-Mobile OnePlus 6T network locked?
It's also the first time a OnePlus device will be compatible with the Verizon network, although they will not be directly selling the phone through their stores.
Yes, but it might be delayed. According to OnePlus, "Due to the additional level of certification required by T-Mobile on all software releases, there may be a slight offset but we are working diligently to minimize this period in all instances".
At exactly 8.30 PM on November 1st, OnePlus fans gathered at Richardson and Cruddas in Mumbai, and started unboxing 559 OnePlus 6T devices at the same time.
The unlocked 6T comes in both shiny and matte black glass versions. The bootloader can not be unlocked, so you're stuck with the official software, and updates will have to go through T-Mobile before they hit the phone.
Stick around as we reveal our full review of the OnePlus 6T coming up soon!