OnePlus is rocking the headlines these days with their latest flagship OnePlus 6. The device is about to launch and almost all specifications related details are already available. We have seen a lot of device’s renders on the internet, out of which some were fake while with some the image quality was too poor. This time we are back with some crazy information for your, here we will be sharing some of the original images of the device that have just appeared on the web.

As revealed by the images it looks like the device will be made available in two design variations. In some images, the rear panel of the device is showing reflection like a glass while in some it is as subtle as Aluminum. You will be surprised to know but this time the slider switch has been moved above the power button and volume rockers are now present on the left side. As previously leaked, there is a notch similar to iPhone X and all other things including a vertical camera setup has already been confirmed.

Along with design details, we do get some solid price related leaks as well. The device will be made available in a 64GB ROM/6GB RAM variant for 519 Euros($620, 41000 INR) and for 256GB ROM/8GB RAM version one have to pay 569 Euros($680, 45000 INR). This leak seems to be true enough to believe. As suggested by leak the device will be made available starting from 22nd May. Let me give you a quick specs overview based on the previous rumors and leaks. The device will come powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845(64 bit) Octa-Core processor along with an Adreno 600-series GPU.

It has a 6.28(inch) Full HD+ AMOLED Display in the front coupled with the protection of Corning Gorilla Glass 5. In terms of Camera, it houses a 16MP+20MP Dual-Camera setup in the rear with LED Flash, PDAF, EIS while in the front a 16MP snapper has been offered for selfies. The device will runs on a 3450mAh battery with the compatibility of Dash Charging. For more info, we have to be patient for the official launch.


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