OnePlus 6 teaser hints at heart rate sensor

The company has posted a teaser on its weibo account, which points towards a heart rate sensor on the phone.

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07 - May - 2018
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07 - May - 2018
 
OnePlus 6 teaser hints at heart rate sensor

As the day of the OnePlus 6 launch draws closer, the company is slowly teasing more tidbits about the smartphone. The newest feature teased by the company is a heart rate sensor. OnePlus posted an image on its Weibo page, that shows a cardiogram with the numeral ‘6’. Unfortunately, other details of the feature are not yet known. 

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