The imminent OnePlus 6T smartphone will come with a new Night Mode feature, enabling users to take sharper images in low light conditions.
While the Chinese mobile-maker has not officially announced the low-light mode, an insider at the company has let slip details with a little over a week until the handset’s release.
Word is that the feature will utilise improved internal components and updated software to deliver better contrast and less noise at the edge of images compared with previous models.
OnePlus has freely revealed its plans for the OnePlus 6T in recent weeks.
CEO Pete Lau has said that the phone will drop its 3.5mm headphone slot and won't offer wireless charging, but will make room for a larger battery, an in–screen fingerprint scanner and a notch design.
Other leaks have suggested the 6T will also come with a new gesture–based control system, mimicking moves by Google and Apple with its top–end phones.
64G, 128G and 256GB editions are believed to be in the works.
OnePlus is due to launch the 6T at a special event in New York on 30th October, before it goes on sale on 6th November.