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Tuesday, September 11, 2018

New OnePlus Bullets Wireless headphones show up on FCC ahead of OnePlus 6T launch

There was no official confirmation about the OnePlus 6T till the company confirmed that the smartphone will feature an in-display fingerprint sensor. Now, it seems that alongside the handset, OnePlus could also launch the successor to its Bullets Wireless headphones (review). Spotted first by Droid-Life, a new pair of OnePlus headphones showed up on the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) website with the model number BT32B, BT here indicating that the device is also Bluetooth enabled. The headphone has received its certification and there is also an image that hints at the same neckband design as its predecessor. To recall, the currently available OnePlus Bullets come with the model number BT32B and were spotted on a Bluetooth certification website before the OnePlus 6 was launched.  The company could be planning to launch the new Bullets Wireless with the OnePlus 6T. Speaking of the upcoming handset, OnePlus recently shared a screenshot from the device that reveals the presence of an in-display fingerprint sensor and also confirmed of the same. The feature will be made available alongside the regular face unlock option. The screenshot displayed the date October 17 with a time of 11 AM and it's speculated that the company might make new announcements on the day. The company previously posted an image of the phone with an event planned for January 15. That’s not the date when OnePlus usually release any smartphones. There is also a possibility that OnePlus is planning to unveil a new accessory or a new colour variant of the OnePlus 6.  The smartphone was recently leaked in images on Weibo. The image shows the smartphone in a red colour with a waterdrop notch display and a triple rear-camera setup. The fingerprint sensor is nowhere to be seen in the image and now CNET says that the company has confirmed the in-display fingerprint sensor on the phone. The camera setup is vertically aligned, same as the OnePlus 6, but this isn’t the first time that we have seen a triple camera setup on a smartphone. The Huawei P20 Pro was the first smartphone to sport a triple camera setup.

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