OnePlus 6 will be available for purchase exclusively via e-commerce platform Amazon India. Notably, the global launch of the OnePlus 6 is scheduled for May 16, a day ahead of its India launch and its official debut in China. We have to say, the company has succeeded in creating a buzz around the flagship.
OnePlus is all set to launch its upcoming flagship, the OnePlus 6 at its global launch event in London today.
Though, even after all the careful teasers aimed at limiting the leaks, Amazon Germany accidentally revealed high-resolution images of the render of the Mirror Black and the Midnight Black color variants of the OnePlus 6 showing the design details.
The OnePlus 6 is expected to come with improved rear cameras, and possibly a better front camera. But thankfully, the resemblance ends there.
The advantages of glass over metal are manifold. So, there is strong possibility that the device will support wireless charging, which was sorely missed in the nearly ideal predecessor (OnePlus 5T). The company revealed that the OnePlus 6 will come with a notch and boy, oh boy, a majority of customers shared their criticism of the decision.
OnePlus 6 will be powered by Android Oreo-based OxygenOS with Snapdragon 845 CPU, Qualcomm's latest and most powerful processor to date.
The upcoming OnePlus 6 is said to come with a 3,450mAh battery, just 150mAh more than the predecessor OnePlus 5T. OnePlus 6 is the successor of the previous year launched OnePlus 5T. On the front, OnePlus 6 is expected to house a 20MP sensor with facial recognition feature.
It's no secret that OnePlus partnered with Amazon to sell its smartphones in India, a major market for the Chinese smartphone maker.
The company will also be hosting pop-up events across eight Indian cities, including Bengaluru, Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kolkata and Ahmedabad between 21-22 May 2018.
The 64GB model will cost Rs 36999, while the 128GB storage variant will cost Rs 39999.
Amazon Prime subscribers will be able to purchase the OnePlus 6 on 21 May starting from 12PM as part of the Early Access sale and non-Prime users will be able to purchase the device from 22 May. Though it is still unclear if the phone will be priced same as the original (Rs 42,999).
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