Once we visited the movies on Sunday, the theory was to have our mind off work for at least number of hours. The final thing we expected to see was a fresh promo for an unreleased phone, but that’s exactly what happened. Before our movie, we saw an extended version of a OnePlus 6 video on “The speed you need” theme that the organization teased earlier this month.While the video didn’t reveal any specifications of the smartphone, a slip at the conclusion confirmed a significant bit of information – the OnePlus 6 will be an Amazon exclusive in India.
Which should come as not surprising to anyone, as all OnePlus smartphones to date have been sold exclusively via Amazon India, at least initially. “The speed you need” tag line reiterates what we can expect in terms of specifications. The OnePlus 6 is rumoured to run on Qualcomm’s top-end mobile SoC, the Snapdragon 845. The smartphone can be likely in the future in two RAM variants – 6GB and 8GB – and rumours point to three inbuilt storage options – 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB.
The business has also confirmed the clear presence of an iPhone X-like display notch, in addition to iPhone X-style gestures and a Face Unlock feature. The OnePlus 6 may also retain the headphone jack, the organization has revealed. The business has also teased a repositioning on the hardware Alert Slider, and hinted it could be properly used to offer a slide to target’option.
Other OnePlus 6 rumours point to the presence of vertical dual rear cameras, the hardware alert slider being positioned on the best side of the phone, and a rear-facing fingerprint sensor. The smartphone can be likely to sport a 19:9 display, while it may ship in three colour variants – Blue, White, and Black. An Avengers: Infinity War Edition can be rumoured.
For its price, the OnePlus 6 is rumoured to start at CNY 3,299 (approximately Rs. 34,200) for the base 64GB variant. On another hand, the 128GB and 256GB variant of the smartphone will surely cost buyers CNY 3,799 (roughly Rs. 39,300) and CNY 4,399 (about Rs. 45,600), respectively. A previous leak had pegged the price of the 256GB variant at CAD 749, which amounts to around Rs. 38,000.