OnePlus 6 renders leak reveals three colors options and red alert slider


Of course whether or not this information is accurate remains to be seen, but assuming that it is, the price increment is about $20 or so which is similar to what we saw in the previous handset's release. And as the estimated launch date approaches, the frequency has picked up as well.

Now, a report from Deadline further confirms this, giving us a few more details on what OnePlus has in store.

You read that right. On the other hand, the logo on the OnePlus 6 in blue and black colour appears to be in black.

Now, a render of the smartphone has been leaked on Weibo on Sunday.

To recall, a year ago Oneplus also launched the Star Wars Special Edition of the Oneplus 5T smartphone which is based on the theme of the movie.

Separate renders from another source revealed the OnePlus 6 to be available in three new colour combinations- Blue, White and Black.

The latest leak meanwhile also reveals several key aspects of the phone that has already been in public knowledge for a while now. From the images, it also seems like the OnePlus 6 will have a glass back. A GizmoChina report said that the OnePlus 6 will be priced at $749 (Rs 48,800 approximately).

Carl Pei, OnePlus CEO, confirmed the new OnePlus 6 will come with a notch two weeks ago. To get a fair indication of the kind of gestures that will make its way to the OnePlus 6, all one needs to do is observe the gestures accessible on the OnePlus 5T.

In 2017, OnePlus skipping the 4 announced OnePlus 5T and OnePlus 5. What an end-user seek from a smartphone in modern times, is being treated as the foundation of engineering the upcoming OnePlus 6 flagship handset. First, we were subjected to the fact OnePlus is jumping in on the notch bandwagon. The device has a new design that is different from its predecessor - naturally - and it is now more rectangular thanks to its alleged 19:9 screen. As for inbuilt storage, there will be 64Gb, 128GB and 256GB variants.

The rumors claim that OnePlus 6 can have a fingerprint sensor on the front without downsizing the screen.

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