Amazon is one of the biggest e-commerce websites in the world. It the largest online shopping destination and the top-choice for many shoppers. The massive market share that Amazon has on the e-commerce business is unprecedented. Spanning itself into almost 15 countries, the e-commerce giant has a strong hold of what’s coming in the new future.
Recently, Amazon Germany mistakenly published a listing of the OnePlus 6 that revealed everything we needed to know. Now that there isn’t any need for leaks and rumors in the near future, Amazon has basically leaked everything we needed to know about the OnePlus 6. From the picture of the device to the pricing of it, everything’s finally revealed. For those attending the launch event for the phone later this week, we’ve just spoiled it for you.
Since OnePlus prides itself over its excellent affordability, let me break it to you, it no longer is! The OnePlus 6 was listed on Amazon for 519 Euros. There would also be a 128GB variant of the OnePlus 6 that would retail for 560 Euros. While it did take a while for Amazon Germany to realize what they’ve spilled, they have now removed the images and listing of the device. However, as we all know, what comes onto the internet, stays on the internet! The folks over at WinFuture.De managed to get some images of the device along with its features and specifications. So here they are.
WinFuture note that at launch, the OnePlus 6 would launch in two blacks, midnight black and mirror black. There’s an awkward absence of the white OnePlus 6 as we saw a few days prior to this leak in the hands of an Indian actor. If the white version wasn’t listed, the white variant should be retailed at some special conditions and should be available in limited quantities.
The OnePlus 6 would pack Qualcomm’s latest and greatest Snapdragon 845 SoC, would pack upto 8 Gigabytes of RAM and would be “water-repellent”. Additional details provided from the source hint to the release of 256GB variant of the devices as well in the near future. However, for now, the device would be available in a 6GB variant exclusively.
If OnePlus’s plan to increase its price slowly with every release was its plan from the start, I don’t think that there’s much that OnePlus would have to distinguish itself from the big boys like Samsung and Apple unless OnePlus truly showcases something that stands out, if not, remaining stale is what I would prioritize.