New device gets boost just days after launch.
OnePlus has revealed a series of software improvements for its new OnePlus 6T, despite the fact that the phone is not out in the UK until next week.
The Chinese mobile-maker says that is has improved screen unlock via its in–screen fingerprint scanner, added new gesture controls for navigation and optimised standby power consumption.
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What’s more, it claims to have brought the latest Android security features and tweaked its impressive Nightscape shooting mode for its camera, as well as bringing in a Studio Lighting mode for face-contouring.
All this is a particular surprise seeing as OnePlus only unveiled the 6T at a glittering event in New York on 29th October.
The handset is already available to buy in the US.
As well as Nightscape for better low light shooting, the OnePlus 6T comes with a series of tweaks compared with the OnePlus 6, including a new fingerprint scanner, notch design, no headphone slot and a better selfie camera.
The OnePlus 6T costs from £499 SIM–free for a 128GB model.
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