It's immensely a matter of time for Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus launches its second flagship of the year. The device will probably be called OnePlus 6T, given what we've seen from OnePlus earlier, and it will be a minor update over OnePlus 6 that has been selling for a few months in various markets around the world. OnePlus has not yet started its hype machine to market the new phone, nor has it officially confirmed the name of the product. But the device itself was already detected in a device database with a regulator.
Found by PhoneCorridor The list below was filed last week with the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC), and mentions an OnePlus A601
Now for the Bad News: The leak above does not reveal any actual details about OnePlus 6T. That said, it is likely that the Chinese handset will continue to launch an iPhone X-like device later this year. It may play a smaller notch, which is more like the basic phone, but considering that Oppo also uses a similar to its new phones. Oppo and OnePlus are owned by the same company, and Oppo phones are often a blueprint for what we can expect from OnePlus.
When it comes to specifications, the phone will probably pack the same Snapdragon 845 chip as its predecessor and most Android flagship out there, and will hold up to 8GB of RAM, and up to 256GB of storage space (if not more). OnePlus 5T was released in late November last year, following the launch of OnePlus 5 in mid-June. OnePlus 6 arrived in mid-May this year, so it would not be surprising to see OnePlus 6T in the stores a few weeks earlier than last year's "T" release. An actual release date for OnePlus next high-end handset has not yet leaked.