OnePlus 6T is now official; a T-Mobile exclusive that has in-display fingerprint scanner and a great

OnePlus has officially announced the highly anticipated OnePlus 6T, a day ahead of the original October 30th date to avoid being overshadowed by Apple's event. The event confirmed just about all of the leaks and rumors we have heard at this point. Now, it's time to dig in and go over the official announcement of the phone. DISPLAY, DIMENSIONS, PROCESSOR The OnePlus 6T has a 6.41-inch Optic AMOLED display, the largest on a OnePlus smartphone, with a resolution of 2340 x 1080 and 402 ppi (pixels-per-inch). It does have a notch, however, it's of the waterdrop variety, which is so much nicer than the long rectangular one. The bottom chin was also made smaller. In addition, the handset has a 19.5

OnePlus 6T announcement moved up a day

Earlier this month, OnePlus confirmed that they would be announcing the highly anticipated OnePlus 6T on Tuesday, October 30th. Thanks to Apple, those plans have been revised. A few days ago, Apple revealed that they will be hosting an event in Brooklyn, New York on the same day (October 30th) to most likely announce a new iPad. Knowing that all of the media attention will be focused on Apple's event, OnePlus decided to move their event to Monday, October 29th. It's a smart decision for a company that wants as much exposure as possible especially since they will finally have a US carrier selling one of their devices. The decision was based on conversations the company has had with their pres

Some Pixel 3 features will make their way to the older Pixels

On October 9th in New York City, Google announced the third generation of Pixel smartphones -- the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. There were literally no surprises because the devices were the most leaked in history (probably). There was a lot of resentment towards the Pixel 3 XL in particular, because of the huge notch, but there's good news for current Pixel users who are disappointed with the new flagships. Google announced at their event that many of the Pixel 3/Pixel 3 XL features will make their way to the older Pixel models. If you are not impressed with the new devices and their sky high prices, your current Pixel will eventually get many (not all) of the new features that were showcased. H

Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL are now official

The day has finally arrived. The day where the almost endless amount of Pixel leaks comes to an end. At their Made By Google event in New York City, Google officially took the wraps off of their worst kept secrets -- the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. Since they're now official, it's time to go over all of the confirmed details. DISPLAY, DIMENSIONS, PROCESSOR Starting with the smallest, the Pixel 3 has a 5.5-inch OLED display at 443 ppi (pixels-per-inch) and an 18:9 aspect ratio. It sports dimensions of 145.6 x 68.2 x 7.9 mm and weighs 148g. It's larger sibling, the Pixel 3 XL, has a 6.3-inch at 523 ppi, an 18.5:9 aspect ratio, and the controversial notch on top. It weighs 184g and has dimensions o

I watched a clip on the Red Hydrogen One and was blown away

Yesterday, at New York Comic Con, I had the privilege to briefly see the Red Hydrogen One. For those who are unaware, the Red Hydrogen One is the world's first "holographic media machine" where you can view content in 3D without the use of special glasses. Normally at Comic Con, I would expect to see comics, cool cosplay costumes, and gorgeous art. I did not expect to find a Red booth demoing their unique smartphone. Nevertheless, I was thrilled and excited to see the handset live. It's been a long time coming. The demo started off by going inside their van and having a representative go over the specs and features of the phone. Next, all attendees got a Red Hydrogen One device with Bose hea

CEO confirms the OnePlus 6T will have an in-display fingerprint sensor, but will miss out on other p

OnePlus CEO Peter Lau gave some insight on his company's upcoming smartphone -- the OnePlus 6T. Unfortunately, there are features that will be missing that many will be disappointed with, but it will have a highly anticipated feature that they will introduce to the US market -- an in-display fingerprint sensor. Beating out mainstream manufacturers like Samsung and Google, OnePlus bringing an in-display fingerprint scanner is a big way to enter the US market. Courtesy of T-Mobile, the OnePlus 6T is expected to be the first OnePlus device to be sold by a US carrier. Finally being sold by a US carrier and bringing in new technology may increase an already strong following of the OnePlus brand.

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