OnePlus 6T specs: 6.41-inch display, 3700mAh battery, 128GB base storage

OnePlus 6T
OnePlus 6T (Image credit: Android Central)

OnePlus always fills its phones with considerable spec sheets for the money, and the latest, the OnePlus 6T, is no exception. For a phone that has a base price under $600, this is an impressive spec sheet. Here's everything the OnePlus 6T has to offer, inside and out.

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CategoryOnePlus 6T
Operating systemAndroid 9 Pie
Display6.41-inch AMOLED, 2340x1080 (19.5:9)
Gorilla Glass 6
ProcessorSnapdragon 845
Adreno 630
Rear camera 116MP (IMX 519), 1.22-micron, f/1.7, OIS
4K/60, 1080p/240, 720p/480 video
Rear camera 220MP (IMX 376K), 1-micron, f/1.7
Front camera16MP (IMX 371), 1-micron, f/2.0
ConnectivityWi-Fi 802.11ac 2x2 MIMO, Bluetooth 5.0 LE, NFC, GPS
Single speaker
20W Fast Charge
Water resistanceNo IP rating
SecurityIn-display fingerprint sensor
Dimensions157.5 x 74.8 x 8.2 mm
185 g
ColorsMirror Black, Midnight Black
Andrew Martonik

Andrew was an Executive Editor, U.S. at Android Central between 2012 and 2020.

  • No wireless charging still, sad face. Overall looks good with questions on that in-display fingerprint.
  • Low res screen for a screen so big, no wireless, and no IP rating. Add all those features and you are looking at a $800-900 phone. So I guess we are settling. With a notch no less, for the notch haters. Honestly, I wish this would have been a full competition for Sammy, and Google. For now you could look at it as the entry level for a flagship phone, minus a third of the features.
  • This phone is a big headache for your
    Mid-range smartphone called Pixel 3, 3XL
    And for Samsung, let's sea when they gonna updates there phones !! Next year or maybe not at all
  • Exactly! This is for people that needs powers, not for diluted people who thinks their crap is good only because it costs a fortune.
  • Really disappointed that they still aren't offering an IP rating. Everything else about it looks fantastic.
  • They didn't want to pay the fee....
  • No expandable storage ffs! And yes, for what I use phones for, not even 256GB internal would be enough. It's not a true flagship if you don't have expandable storage.
  • Well, by that definition, a number of phones aren't then.
  • They're not
  • 256 are not enough !! Are you joking !!
  • If this had a headphone jack with a world class DAC, wireless charging, IP68 and a MicroSD slot, I would have gotten it instead of the V40.
  • Is there an LED notification light??
  • No. I've heard this from a couple of reviews.
  • Well that's stupid. Smh.
  • Safe to say that we are looking at a $750 phone had the screen been better correct? So really, the price isn't all that great.
  • I will be definitely adding the 128gb version with 8gb of ram OnePlus6T to my rotation as a backup to my industry leading #Note9 November 9th.
  • Go get v40. What are you waiting ? It's even double price of this !!
  • Best phone besides the Huawei Mate 20 Pro / 20 X.
    Years ahead of the Pixel 3. But that's not a big deal. Almost any flagship phone is better than the Pixel 3 with the low specs for a premium price.
    This is a premium phone for a low price. Yay!