If you don’t know the smartphone brand OnePlus, I think you are living under a rock. The company has taken away the market by a storm with their first ever device, named as OnePlus One. Then again, they have come up even with multiple iterations of the same series.
While the OnePlus 5T’s wave has still been going on, the brand is working on their next generation smartphone, which will most probably be OnePlus 6.
OnePlus 6 to Come up with a 19:9 Display and Snapdragon 845 Chipset
With the first three smartphones, OnePlus has kept one per year policy. However, the company has broken the tradition with their third device as they released an incremental update, dubbed as 3T. They rebuild the frequency to two devices per year. OnePlus still keep the tradition of halting the production and sales of the previous models when a new one comes out.
We have got several weeks before the launch of OnePlus 6 (we believe in the name). And that doesn’t keep the leakers and tipsters calm. We have already got around several leaks showing the edge-to-edge display and the pretty famous iPhone X-like notch on top of the screen.
Last week, a Chinese website has posted some pictures that they claimed to be the next OnePlus device. We have no idea whether it is a prototype or the end-product itself. Those pictures pointed at having a display notch on the phone. The latest leak suggests the phone will sport a 19:9 aspect ratio.
The image depicts a glossy back with vertical dual camera setup, fingerprint scanner, and OnePlus branding. The interesting aspect of the design here is the notch and the rear camera placement, which exactly looks like mimicking iPhone X.
When it comes to the underneath specifications, we expect none other than Snapdragon 845 chipset inside OnePlus 6. To recall, the company has gone with the latest Snapdragon processors every single time. And, we have got access to the leaks saying the phone will have a 6 GB RAM with 64 GB internal storage. Of course, they will launch multiple variants of the device.
Recently a new leak has surfaced on the web, showing the AnTuTu benchmark score. You can see it below.
OnePlus CEO Pete Lau has earlier confirmed that they would launch the next device by the second quarter of 2018. If you want to clear the air and get the correct features of the device, you should wait until the launch. As you know, it’s too early to tell about the launch date and the pricing.