With a couple of weeks left for the launch, the OnePlus 6 can now be seen in what can be considered the first set of real-life images of the upcoming OnePlus flagship. Spotted on techtastic, the OnePlus 6 is showcased in hands-on images though rather blurry to notice the details.
Looking at the images, it’s quite clear that the OnePlus 6 sticks to the design aspects of its direct predecessor the OnePlus 5T but without thick bezels at the top and bottom side of the front. The device looks a lot like what we expected from it ever since the renders started seeping in. There’s a notch at the top of the display that cuts around the front-facing camera, earpiece proximity sensor and the notification LED. The display on the OnePlus 6, as we expect is a 6.2-inch FHD+ screen with an aspect ratio of 19:9 which is way taller than normal.
OnePlus seems to have gone all iPhone X, not just with the addition of a notch but with similar thin bezels around the phone, which doesn’t look that different from its Apple counterpart. The visible difference between the two from the front is that the notch on the iPhone X is wider than the one on OnePlus 6. Sadly, the images don’t reveal the back of the device which is expected to equip a slow-mo camera that shoots 720p videos at 960fps.
In another set leaks, the OnePlus 6 appears to have been listed on the HDFC bank website. Spotted on HDFC Bank’s SmartBuy Offers webpage, the OnePlus 6 has been listed with a rather partial set of information. On first look, the notch looks wider than what has been shown in the hands-on images.
The specifications listed on the HDFC site reveal a smaller 5.7-inch Super AMOLED screen with a resolution of 1800 x 3200 and an aspect ratio of 16:9 which clearly is not precise as the phone is expected to come with a taller display. The listing also reveals that there are dual 16MP cameras at the rear end with a 23MP selfie shooter on the front. Though other details like the SND 845 chipset, 8GB RAM, and 128GB onboard storage might still be true, we’d suggest you take this news with a pinch of salt.