The upcoming OnePlus 6 may be launching later this week but in typical fashion, there is little left to reveal in that event.
Courtesy of Amazon Germany, which got too excited at the prospect of launching the phone and placed it on the website a couple of days in advance, we now fully know how the phone will look and what will it cost.
The phone will be available in two design options: Midnight Black and Mirror Black.
The latter version differs with the former, having a glass panel, though, both of them will likely be priced similarly.
The chassis will be 7.75 mm thick and will weigh 177 grams. Below the cameras are the LED flash and the fingerprint scanner.
Other Leaked Specs
Unlike most other flagships, much of the OnePlus 6’s specs were already known in the days leading up to its launch. We know that it’ll have a 6.28-inch AMOLED display on the front with a notch, and likely FHD+ resolution.
We are also sure that it’ll come with Snapdragon 845, Qualcomm’s latest and greatest chipset on handhelds yet. The back will boast a dual-lens setup, with a single 20 MP main camera coupled with a 16 MP secondary lens.
Price and Availability
The OnePlus 6 will be available in two storage versions: 64 and 128 GB. The former model will cost 519 Euros, or nearly 72,000 PKR, while the next variant will cost slightly more at 569 Euros, or 79,000 PKR. The phone is set to be released later this month, on May the 22nd.
The phone is set to be unveiled in the next couple of days, which is when the specs will also be confirmed. It’s kind of a shame that the company would hardly have anything to surprise us with at the event.