CEO Carl Pei told potential buyers they must "learn to love the notch", confirming the device will have the iPhone X-style cutout display. Usually around June. With the first quarter done, the hype around OnePlus 6 launch seems to have caught steam. The base variant will have 64GB of native storage, the middle variant will have 128GB native storage, and the top-end variant will have 256GB storage.
OnePlus doesn't mention anything in regards to pricing or availability with the new teaser, but based on this and the number of leaks we've seen so far, I imagine we get a full announcement within the next month. Oppo is, of course, a larger Chinese smartphone maker that shares a parent company with OnePlus. In fact, the phone was sold out within 5 minutes when it went on a preview sale on Amazon India back in November and even broke launch day sales record on the e-commerce platform.
In case OnePlus does decide to unveil the OnePlus 6 in late April, we'll soon see more teasers and actual details for a press conference. Perhaps the only point of concern were the cameras, which could be overlooked if you don't compare it to high-end phones like the Pixel 2 and iPhone X. It is also expected to run on Android 8.1 Oreo OS right out of the box. For photography, the smartphone will come equipped with a dual rear camera setup with a combination of a 12MP and 20MP sensors.
The company over the past few weeks has been increasingly talking about its next flagship smartphone. According to the image, the smartphone will have a vertically arranged dual camera setup at its back.
OnePlus case that leaked confirms that the back design of the OP6 will be different than that of the OPPO R15. It will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC, with an option for either 6GB or 8GB of RAM, and up to 256GB internal storage.
Now, the OnePlus 6 gets WiFi certified for a, b, g, n and ac standards with the model number ONEPLUS A6003.