OnePlus 6 could be the company’s most expensive smartphone till date with its top-end version costing 9
13 April, 2018, 22:53
The brief video doesn't actually tell us what kind of gesture controls we can expect, but as Dutch site Techtastic points out, they'll probably be similar to the controls that are now being tested for the OnePlus 5T.
The steady pour of OnePlus 6 leaks continues with one that's actually intentional from the company's Italian Facebook page.
Chinese smartphone vendor OnePlus is preparing to launch its 2018 flagship OnePlus 6 in the next few weeks. Now TrueTech seems to have got their hands on the possible India pricing for OnePlus 6.
Word on the street is that OnePlus 6 may come with 6GB/8GB RAM, 64GB/128GB/256GB storage, Android Oreo-based OxygenOS 5.1 and 3,450mAh battery with Dash charge (with up to 50% quick charging in 30 minutes) capability. The report further adds that the 256GB model of the upcoming smartphone will be priced at Rs 48, 999. In terms of the reasoning given by OnePlus, the company chose to have a display cutout on the OnePlus 6 in order to give as much display as possible on their latest smartphone and the only way to do that was to add a notch for important sensors and front camera.
With a premium pricing, the company clearly wants position the OnePlus 6 in the same league as the iPhone X and Galaxy S9. It will be sporting an iPhone X-like "notch" on top of the bezel-less screen. We already said it will have a 19:9 display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset, 8GB RAM, a notch for a bigger screen real estate, and that it will offer "the speed you need'". The smartphone, which is going to be the company's most expensive offering ever, might also feature screen calibration options such as DCI-P3.