OnePlus smartphones are in great demand since their last flagships, the OnePlus 5 and OnePlus 5T have managed to garner such amazing response from audience and experts alike. With their announcements at the MWC, the company heads set the market abuzz with speculations about the possible innovative enhancements the company might bring in their next flagship phone i.e. OnePlus 6. Since MWC there have been several leaks on the web, which have given the consumers some clue about the possible specifications of the smartphone. As of today, there has been a new leak, which has thrown some further light on the build of the smartphone.
From the look at the new photographs shared by popular tipster Evan Blass, users can get a better idea at what the back of the OnePlus 6 might look like. It was being speculated earlier that the smartphone, like it’s preceding models will feature a glossy finish at the back. But the new images have revealed that the smartphone will, most probably feature a textured finish. Apart from the textured finish the image also reveals that the smartphone might feature a vertically aligned dual camera at the back of the smartphone.
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) March 27, 2018
Apart from that, if you still haven’t got a chance to take a look at the specifications of the OnePlus 6 yet, then here are some of the specifications which might peak your interest. Earlier leaks involving the OnePlus 6 suggest that the smartphone will feature a bigger 6.28-inch sAMOLED display. It will be powered by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor and will be available to the consumers in two variants of 6 GB RAM with 128 GB of internal memory and another variant of 8 GB RAM and 256 GB storage.
The optics on the OnePlus 6 are most likely to be a 20 MP primary sensor, accompanied by 16 MP secondary sensor, a combination which was last seen on the OnePlus 5T. And for power consumption, the smartphone will be reliant upon a 3450 mAh battery. As of now, no details on the pricing of the phone has been revealed, which is most likely to launch in the 2nd quarter of 2018.