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OnePlus Will Bring The Alert Slider Back In The Future Phones

- Updated: 5th Aug 2022, 22:12 IST
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    Will Future OnePlus Smartphones Have Alert Slider?

By now, you must be aware that the OnePlus 10T 5G, the company’s first flagship device since the 2014 debut of the OnePlus One, is available for purchase in India. It does not include the OnePlus trademark Alert Slider. As it takes up 30 mm2 of space in the motherboard. OnePlus is likely to defend it by claiming that doing so offers them enough area for “high wattage charging. It also has a huge battery capacity and improved antenna signal.”

However, the company intends to reintroduce its recognized Alert Slider on the company’s smartphones in the future.

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Will Future OnePlus Smartphones Have Alert Slider?

OnePlus Alert Slider

On OnePlus phones, the Slider is a switch that enables the user to quickly move between the quiet, vibration, and ringing modes. This can be done without having to manually navigate the on-screen menus. The classic Alert Slider may make a comeback on future phones, according to company officials. They said the company wants to “overcome this technological obstacle” at a worldwide OnePlus 10T media conference.

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Previously, a tipster claimed that the Alert Slider will only be available on Pro models and that it will also be included on OPPO’s forthcoming flagship devices. It’s possible that this is accurate despite the company’s silence, especially in light of the recent announcement that it will return on future OnePlus phones.

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Highlights of the Story

  • OnePlus 10T is the first flagship smartphone from OnePlus to ditch the iconic Alert Slider.
  • The company plans to bring back its signature Alert Slider on future OnePlus smartphones.
  • The Alert Slider on OnePlus phones is a switch that helps the user to toggle between silent, vibrate, and ringing modes.