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OxygenOS 9.0 brings Pie to the OnePlus 6, includes UI changes, battery improvements, and more

Not long after the first Open Beta, OnePlus is pushing out Android 9 Pie to its latest flagship on the stable channel. This means that it gets the latest UI changes, battery improvements, as well as some other OxygenOS stuff like accent color customization and Gaming Mode 3.0.

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[Update x2: HD commercial] OnePlus 6T appears in Indian commercial, will be an Amazon.in exclusive

The OnePlus 6T is quickly approaching. Earlier this month, leaks revealed the phone will have an in-display fingerprint sensor and a waterdrop-style notch. The fingerprint sensor was later confirmed by OnePlus, and now commercials for the phone have started in India.

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[Update: 4K, coming next year] OnePlus is working on a smart TV

OnePlus has never ventured outside of the smartphone market, though it came close to releasing a smartwatch. This is now changing, as OnePlus CEO Pete Lau has announced that a TV product is in development.

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OnePlus and Google release Crackables, a crypto puzzle game with a grand prize worth $30,000

OnePlus and Google have just announced a new game called Crackables, featuring a mix of real-life and digital puzzles. Various rewards will be dished out along the way, with an "ultimate gaming setup" worth $30,000 going to the grand prize winner, though the route to get it doesn't sound easy. If you're interested in playing, the game officially begins tomorrow, September 18th at 8AM ET.

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OnePlus 6 Open Beta 3 brings new Assistant launch method, Switch improvements, and more

OnePlus is pushing out Open Beta updates for its latest flagship quickly. The phone is already on its third version (we skipped the last one since it was rather boring), this time with more improvements across the board, plus some new features. OnePlus Switch is getting some refinements, Parallel Apps is expanding to include more options, and there's even an option to launch Assistant (or other voice assistant) by holding the power button for half a second.

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OnePlus announces wired Type-C Bullets earbuds

OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei recently confirmed that the company's forthcoming 6T won't have a headphone jack. It'll include an adapter in the box, but what kind of self-respecting company would OnePlus be if it didn't also sell you a solution? Enter the Type-C Bullets, a new pair of wired earbuds that'll plug right into the new phone's only remaining port.

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The OnePlus 6T will ditch the headphone jack


RIP.

The OnePlus 6T won't have a headphone jack, OnePlus CEO Carl Pei confirmed in an interview with TechRadar. The reason Pei gave is one we've heard before: saving space inside the device. That saved space, in this case, will be occupied by a larger battery and an in-display fingerprint reader.

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New OnePlus Bullets Wireless headphones swing by the FCC

OnePlus started offering its "Bullets" earbuds a while back, but this year it made the leap to Bluetooth with the Bullets Wireless. Now, it looks like an updated version of the company's wireless earbuds is on the way. Over at the FCC, they're testing a new version of the Bullets Wireless with model number BT32B.

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OnePlus confirms what we already knew: 6T to have in-display fingerprint reader

The OnePlus 6T was rumored to have an in-display fingerprint sensor ever since the Oppo R17 debuted with one. OnePlus phones are often based on one of the R-series devices and as the timing lined up with our expectations for the 6T, we collectively figured it would get one as well. Last week's alleged leaks of the phone's packaging seemed to corroborate that, and now Cnet has received confirmation from OnePlus (with screenshots) that the 6T will have an in-screen fingerprint reader.

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Alleged OnePlus 6T box leaks in photos, showing off in-display fingerprint sensor and 'waterdrop' notch

For the past few generations, OnePlus's phones have been heavily based on those from sister company OPPO. The OnePlus 6 was based on the OPPO R15, the OP5T was inspired by the R11s, and so on. OPPO's R17 debuted last month with an in-display fingerprint sensor and a 'waterdrop' notch, and — surprise! — the alleged box for the OnePlus 6T showcases those same features.

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