OnePlus will officially announce OnePlus 6T on October 30th. It’s touching, unlike the current OnePlus 6, to be fitted with an in-display fingerprint reader, but as OnePlus confirms today, it will not be the one you hoped for. Fingerprint readers built under the screen take a little bit of the maha so it is announced that the Galaxy S10 will also get one on the spring. For now, we have two possible variants – optical and ultrasound, with this latter quicker and more reliable because it reads even better and more reliable all those unique curves on the finger tip. OnePlus today confirmed that the OnePlus 6T will still receive an optical print reader, which is potentially a bad news because it will very likely be the same in-display print reader as Vivo NEX S from OnePlus’s sister company. In fact, many world-class reviewers characterized him as slow and unreliable.


Wi-Fi Alliance, an international non-profit organization that certifies Wi-Fi products and develops standards related to this technology, announced that the new standard for wireless communication will carry a simple and memorable name, Wi-Fi 6. This name is in line with with the new nomenclature and will replace the 802.11ax code under which it was developed. In addition to the new names, new graphic labels have been proposed for which Wi-Fi equipment should start marking. In addition to the new names, new graphic labels have been proposed for which Wi-Fi equipment should start marking. In line with this change, older Wi-Fi protocols for wireless networks will get new names, easier to understand and more accessible to “ordinary users”. Thus, the technology always known under the 802.11n label will be renamed Wi-Fi 4, and 802.11ac will now officially be called Wi-Fi 5. These numerical tags will follow, therefore, the development of wireless technology and Wi-Fi standards will be labeled with a larger number – logically – provide users with better experience and faster data transfer speeds.