OnePlus 6T was announced by the Shenzhen-based giant on October 29 and brings a number of notable tweaks that improve upon everything the OnePlus 6 did right.
The OnePlus 6T comes with a 6.41-inch AMOLED display that outputs content at a 1080p resolution.
The panel is slightly larger than the 6.28-inch screen present on its predecessor.
Part of the reason for the increase is down to the fact the OnePlus 6T comes with a smaller notch than the OnePlus 6.
The cutout on the 6T is in the shape of a teardrop and its curved sides mean it is not as noticeable when compared to rivals that have adopted similar design choices.
OnePlus 6T is incredibly capable thanks to the Snapdragon 845 chipset powering it.
Moreover, the device also touts 6GB or 8GB of RAM depending on the variant, meaning the device should easily be able to manage having numerous intense applications open at once.
We loved the OnePlus 6T at Express.co.uk, handing it top marks in our review.
Technology Editor David Snelling said: “OnePlus has done it again with the 6T.
“This phone packs seriously premium features at a price that’s really hard to believe.
“Plus, it now adds some new technology, such as that fingerprint scanner, that you can’t even find on devices that cost almost twice as much.
“It has everything most people want from a smartphone at a price more people can happily to afford.”
But now the OnePlus 6T has received an update, OxygenOS version 9.0.5, that will improve its Screen Unlock feature.
Plus, the new software will introduce “general bug fixes and improvements”, according to OnePlus.
Such an update should make the accessing the OnePlus 6T using its in-displayer reader easier than before.
Moreover, bug fixes will also surely make navigating across Google’s Android operating system a more seamless experience.
In a blog post, OnePlus discussed the new update and emphasised to users it will arrive in a “staged rollout”.
The Chinese tech giant said: “We are starting to push the incremental roll-out of OxygenOS 9.0.5 for the OnePlus 6T.
“This OTA will have a staged rollout. The OTA will be received by a limited number of users today and will have a broader rollout in a few days after making sure there are no critical bugs.
“Using VPN to download this build might not work as the rollout is not based on regions and is randomly pushed out to a limited number of devices.”