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OnePlus Co-Founder Shares A Camera Sample From The 6T

Pete Lau, the Co-Founder at OnePlus has been the driving force behind the launch of the OnePlus 6T. Now that we’re about seven days away from the OnePlus 6T keynote, Pete Lau, has shared a camera sample taken with the OnePlus 6T’s camera on Weibo featuring a night cityscape scene.

OnePlus Co-Founder Shares A Camera Sample From The 6T 4

Based on the image above, there isn’t a lot of confidence right now seeping through our veins. Not only is the image a bit grainy at first sight, the image shared on the OnePlus 6T seems to be featuring a very small resolution package considering that it was shared on Weibo.

The folks over at OnePlus have been teasing the low-light capabilities of the OnePlus 6T lately and it seems like OnePlus is more than confident this time around. While OnePlus hasn’t really lived up to their low-light promises with previous releases, the company definitely seems to be stoked this time around as low-light photography has become an excellent charm for OEMs nowadays, especially with the Galaxy S9 and Note 9 leading the pack with their dual aperture systems.

Several leaks have suggested a number of traits we should be looking forward to with the OnePlus 6T. While we won’t be seeing the headphone jack on the OnePlus 6T, we’re definitely looking forward to seeing under-display fingerprint sensors on the 6T along with a dew-drop styled notch on top of the device. OnePlus has promised to compensate for the loss of the headphone jack with a larger battery. However, our instincts speculate that the battery size on the OnePlus 6T may not be that much larger than the 3300mAh battery found on the OnePlus 6.

If you’re interested in OnePlus’s recent moves, read why we think removing the headphone jack now was a smart idea from OnePlus.

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