OnePlus has not been shy in releasing the odd detail on its next smartphone, with a teaser video hitting Twitter last week. And now it has posted a press render of the handset itself, albeit in silhouette.

The OnePlus 6T will several interesting new features - for OnePlus at least - including a waterdrop-style notch at the top of the display. It will also have an in-display fingerprint sensor, which was confirmed by the company in a recent interview.

We believe that to be the subject of the marketing line in the latest tweet: "Experience a more natural way to unlock". A previous posting which went live over the weekend, also stated, "A key innovation lies just beneath the surface."

There have been a couple of other tweets in relation to the OnePlus 6T, as posted by @OnePlus_UK. One a day, in fact.

We wouldn't be surprised, therefore, if we pretty much know everything there is to know about the phone by the time it is formerly announced on 17 October.

While that hasn't yet been confirmed, a leaked invite and several other rumours have pointed to it for the official launch.

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