On the battery front, the OnePlus 6 is rumored to have a 3,450mAh battery with Dash Charging - the OnePlus equivalent of fast charging. The OnePlus 6 will be priced around $749, which is nearly near to the Samsung Galaxy S9, Pixel 2 and many other higher priced devices.
We're expecting OnePlus to announce the OnePlus 6 a bit later this year, but due to the hype surrounding this device, we're already starting to see reports popping up regarding possible specifications. Rumors have also suggested that the device will be similar to the OPPO R15, a device teased by OnePlus' parent company. As for the other details regarding the display specs, the upcoming OnePlus 6 may feature a iPhone X-like notch with 19:9 aspect ratio. However, the leaked specs sheet suggests that this time OnePlus may offer the 6GB RAM variant with 128GB storage instead of 64GB storage and the 8GB variant with 256GB storage instead of 128GB storage, slightly drifting from its previous offerings. The price of the higher end variant was said to be $749 in that leak, making it the costliest OnePlus smartphone.
According to the leaked AnTuTu benchmark scores, the OnePlus 6 prototype scored a whopping 2,76,510 points on AnTuTu, clearly defeating the Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S.
OnePlus 6 will also have a dual rear camera setup, like we saw on the OnePlus 5T.
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The new leak reveals the specs of the next-gen smartphone OnePlus 6. On the back, the device will sport a dual camera setup, with one 16MP and one 20MP camera alongside an LED flash.
The OnePlus 6 is expected to follow on the footsteps of Oppo and Vivo by adopting a notched display design seen on iPhone X. While iPhone X packs an array of sensors under the notch to support Face ID, OnePlus 6 will basically house the front camera and other sensors within the notch.
And OnePlus has confirmed to Engadget that this is a permanent condition, too: It will not provide any more 5T handsets to North American markets. Last year, OnePlus had witnessed around 139 percent growth in the region, accounting for about 25 percent of the company' entire online sales. Stay tuned with us to receive regular updates about the OnePlus 6.