Leaks and rumors are often fueled by geeks around the internet. OnePlus has a ton of enthusiasts, followers and geeks that are constantly noticing every move the company makes.
Recently, OnePlus showed off the OnePlus 6 to an Indian Actor, Amitabh Bachan. Not only did he have the chance to have a look at the OnePlus 6, but also was presented the phone by OnePlus’s CEO Peter Lau. The Indian actor later took a few shots of the presentation to Twitter where he showed off the phone in its full glory. Since this was most probably a mistake, the actor’s official Twitter account has since then taken the tweet down.
Images shown off by the actor gave us a glimpse of the back of the OnePlus 6, and let me tell you, its a fingerprint magnet out of the box. Now that you could guess what type of material encases the OnePlus’s inner cores, what’s left to see is how accurate renders and rumors were regarding the OnePlus 6’s front. As we anticipated thanks to the rumors from last month, the OnePlus 6 would come with a redesign. The leaked images from last month and the pictures released by Amitabh Bachan are lining up adding to the trust of the Chinese leaker. Here’s an image of the OnePlus 6 that made its way onto the internet way before this slip occurred.
A vertical dual camera setup, a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor and a glass-sandwich body were pretty much the formula we believed in thanks to the leak from last month. Here’s an image of the actor holding the OnePlus 6 in its full glory, whether stunt or accident, we do now know quite a bit of what the OnePlus 6 would actually look like.
Not only have renders come pretty close to the actual device, but should also continue to come closer to the final device as we head deeper into May. Co-Founder of OnePlus, Carl Pei has already given a glimpse away by revealing that the OnePlus 6 would come with a notch at its top. ( Source | The Verge )
Given OnePlus’s record, its not hard to speculate the internals of the OnePlus 6. W e could pretty much speculate the OnePlus 6 to pack Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 SoC, 6/8GB of LPDDR4 RAM 64/128GB of Internal Storage, around 3000mAh battery and Android 8.0 Oreo running out of the box.
Now that we’re assured of how the OnePlus 6 looks from the outside, I’m curious of how OnePlus plans to price the OnePlus 6.