However, there are several red flags, which make us question their credibility.
Firstly, the official teaser for the in-display fingerprint revealed a certain screenshot with a different layout. Of course, OnePlus could have changed the layout along the way, but the one showcased in these images look strikingly similar to the Oppo R17 Pro's.
Secondly, there are four frontal shots and not a single snap of the back. Wonder why? It's because we know that the OnePlus 6T won't be borrowing the triple camera setup from the Oppo R17 Pro so we would know it's not the real OnePlus 6T. There could be some incriminating stuff on the back like a traceable code but nothing that a Photoshop smudge tool can't fix.
Source (in Chinese)
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