OnePlus 6 appears in live photo and official teaser

Yordan, 06 April 2018

OnePlus 6 is nearing its launch, and we get to know more and more about the phone one leak at a time. The latest information comes from India, where the pricing of OnePlus A6003 is listed. The phone will have three storage options and versions with 6 GB and 8 GB, with the cheapest one being INR33,999 or about $523/€427.

According to the source, OnePlus is also preparing to launch wireless Bullets earplugs but has not yet decided on the price of those.

Storage Price in INR Price in USD Price in EUR
OnePlus 6 64 GB 33,999 - 36,999 523 - 569 427 - 465
OnePlus 6 128 GB 38,999 - 42,999 600 - 661 490 - 540
OnePlus 6 Premium 256 GB 44,999 - 48,999 692 - 754 565 - 616

In the meantime, OnePlus posted an official teaser, revealing that the new device will keep its fancy gestures, used for launching different apps when the phone is locked. We’ve already seen these features on OnePlus 5T and OnePlus 5, so it’s not shocking that they will carry over.

Finally, and arguably the most exciting, we get to see an image of the notched phone running the AIDA64 app. The photo says OnePlus 6 will have Snapdragon 845, built on the 10 nm FinFET processor, but the company already confirmed that three days ago.

OnePlus 6 appears in live photo and official teaser

Other leaked specs include 6 GB RAM, dual 16 MP + 20 MP cameras, and 3,450 mAh battery.

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Reader comments

I dont find any issue in that stealing. Atleast a portion of customer can be benefited for getting right tech at lower price.

yes.. samsung and apple are charging us for their research and innovation so that they can learn and create more advance tech for us. in other words we are funding samsung apple and other tech giants asking them to do research and provide good produ...

  • viking
  • 12 Apr 2018
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But you also have to agree that they don't charge for that R&D. Samsung's flagships are still more expensive, atleast by 15-20k in India, than OnePlus. But yeah, stealing is stealing, and one has to respect Samsung for their innovative ideas, d...

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