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OnePlus 6T denied coming with wireless charging support

Taking a flash black on the OnePlus 6T which is said to be coming very soon. We share with you recently about the new teaser video clip spotted on Google telling us of what OnePlus is cooking up in it 6T phone.
Not far from the that another two images was shared showing OnePlus 6T in two colour options 'Mirror Black and Midnight Black' which was confirmed to be coming with those previous released features so nothing is shaking about it features but just that its kind of surprising that OnePlus 6T won't be coming with Wireless Charger support as we have seen in others

At least, we have seen many phones coming with the latest Wireless Charging support which seems so simple and easy for users dropping their phone on stand and start getting charge even though it might slow which is more preferable.

OnePlus CEO has spoken his mind in an interview had with him saying that it might looks so unpalatable to their fans ear, considering he cost of doing that might not be suitable for now even though they're working on it but not assuring fans of having it for now may be coming later in the next update or flagship.

In addition saying that if they must come up with that they would need to consider fast charging side of it partnering with Dash Charge fast charge technology which he explained that they're working on it.

Lau also said to brig up wireless charging support isn't the issue but want the best for their users at the same having a fast charging support without getting phone heat up. 

Also OnePlus 6T won't be coming with an IP rating for water resistance though that doesn't that it won't be able to stand up to some H2O, though. In fact, Lau has said that the OnePlus 6T is more water resistant that previous OnePlus devices and that it can survive a drop in the sink or splash in the rain.

Finally, Lau said considering the cost to go through the IP certification might not worth it and won't be able go through that for now since not everyone take their phone to pool side or swimming pool. The update brought to you is originally spotted on CNET and phonedog.

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