OnePlus 6 to be the Most Expensive OnePlus Phone Till Now

By Techpads | Last Updated: March 24, 2018- 6:23 pm
OnePlus 6 to be most expensive OnePlus phone till date

There have been speculations of OnePlus 6 being inspired by iPhone X.


OnePlus 6 is scheduled to be launched sometime in the second quarter of 2018. Some recent leaks suggest that the device will be the most expensive smartphone to be launched by the brand. It will face stiff competition from other premium flagships like Galaxy S9, iPhone X and the upcoming Mi MIX 2. There have been speculations of OnePlus 6 being inspired by iPhone X.

 

Expected Price of OnePlus 6

A report by CNMO suggests that the handset’s price will top $749 (approx. Rs.48,800). The image in the report also suggests that this price tag might be for the Canadian market and not the US. So, the price of the device might be around $575 (approx. Rs.38,000) with applicable duties. This will be higher than the price of One Plus 5T, which costs $559 (Rs.37,999) in the Indian market.

 

OnePlus 6: Features and Specifications

According to earlier leaks, the smartphone will likely have a taller 19:9 display, compared to the 18:9 display of OnePlus 5T. It might sport a 6.2-inch OLED full HD+ display. The device will also be one of the Android OEM-branded smartphones to sport an iPhone X-like notch, which will house its front camera.

There has been no mention of the camera specs yet, but the images suggest that the phone will sport a dual-rear camera, with a fingerprint sensor below that. It is highly likely to have a combination of 16MP and 20MP sensors at the rear.

OnePlus 6 will be powered by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC. It is expected to come in two variants, one with 6GB RAM and 64GB internal storage and the other with 8GB RAM and 256GB inbuilt storage. It will run the latest version of OxygenOS, on top of Android 8.1 Oreo. The handset might support a downlink speed up to 1.2Gbps and uplink speed of 150Mbps. The device will house Qualcomm’s latest X20LTE modem.

Images show that, apart from the iPhone X-like notch, the phone will have a glass design at the rear. There will be support for Dash charging along with wireless charging.