While OnePlus has been teasing about its features and tipsters have been reporting blurry leaked images, these new images have to be our first official glimpse at the OnePlus 6 (more so because it comes from Amazon, OnePlus' exclusive online partner in India). The leaked images confirm most of the information leaked earlier and leave nothing for imagination. However, previous leaks that have come via accidentally-published Amazon pages have generally tended to be accurate, so we'd be exceedingly surprised if these details are far off the mark. The listing was quickly taken down by Amazon Germany, however, thanks to the folks over at WinFuture, we still have the details that were leaked. It not only shows the device in full glory but also the internal hardware.
Have a look on these photos. The metallic back will be replaced by a glass back which means we could see wireless charging as well. Unlike the Mirror Black version, the Midnight Black seems to have a non-glossy finish. One set of photos shows it in a matte "Midnight Black" color (images below), while the other shows it in a shiny "Mirror Black" (top image). The alert slider also seems to be shifted on the right side above the power button. The camera will also come with features such as optical image stabilization, slow-motion capture, portrait mode and more. The top and the sides bears nearly no bezel whereas the chin bears very minimal bezel. OnePlus has worked hard to offer the maximum screen real estate by reducing bezels. Currently, the OnePlus 5T has the fingerprint scanner placed at the back, due to its 18:9 display on the front. Inside, there's Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845 chipset paired with 6GB of RAM and either 64 GB or 128 GB of storage. The top variant is expected to sport 8GB RAM with 256 GB of storage. Teasers also confirmed water resistance and slow mo recording. Despite being available nearly exclusively online, demand for OnePlus smartphones is strong with each new release. The certification listing confirmed that the device would pack a 3,300mAh battery. According to reports, OnePlus has plans to integrate advanced face recognition technology on the OnePlus 6. While that's no indication on how much the final price will be here in the United Kingdom, it suggests that the phone will be slightly more expensive than the OnePlus 5T which started at £449. The maximum trade-in discount is €280 depending on the model and the phone's condition. It will also be eligible for Android P beta when it launches, and this was confirmed by both Google and OnePlus.
There are two options to avail the trade-in deal. Two versions of the device were listed.
Neymar told teammates he won't return to PSG next season
The Parc Des Princes side are also planning to make their loan deal for Monaco's Kylian Mbappe a permanent transfer at £165m. Speaking to reporters after the ceremony, he said: "I am very touched and very happy with our season".
Unlike past year, OnePlus seems quite proud of the dual-camera setup on its latest flagship smartphone.
You can pre-book your OnePlus through Amazon's Fast AF sale, which began on May 13 and will go on until May 16. Upon purchasing the phone, you'll receive a Rs 1,000 cashback as Amazon Pay balance.