OnePlus CEO Pete Lau has shared some full-res 16MP camera samples from the OnePlus 6 from a recent walk around Stanford, California. Now we are excited to see the upcoming flagship killer from OnePlus.
According to the marketing promos that OnePlus has just recently started running, the OnePlus 6 is nearly ready to be unveiled.
While OnePlus hasn't yet announced a launch date for OnePlus 6, the flagship device is believed to launch next month.
For all the OnePlus fans out there, the online report of information rather fans up the buzz around the new model and should excite you all to rush to the stores for it post the phone's launch. Talking about the design part, the smartphone will reportedly feature a 6.28-inch FHD+ AMOLED display with a screen resolution of 2,280×1,080 pixels, resulting in the aspect ratio of 19:9. Just like all its previous teaser, this new feature was also teased through OnePlus' official Twitter handle. However, the phone company also has variants that have 6Gb of RAM and 64GB of storage and one with 8GB of RAM and 128Gb of internal storage. OnePlus 6 is to be released in China on 5th May. The device will carry a larger 3450mAh battery as compared to the outgoing OnePlus 5T, which had a cell with a capacity of 3300mAh.
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The camera on the OnePlus 6 might carry the same type of sensor, but this will be improved with better image processing.
With each new release of a smartphone on the market, there are always a huge number of people interested to see what the phone is going to come with in order to gauge its performance and how well it fits in with the competition or even rises to the top, in some situations.
Besides these details, we also know that the OnePlus 6 will be available in a Blue colour option, which breaks away from the OnePlus tradition of offering phones in only Black and White colours.