New OnePlus 6 Renders Show All Angles Of The Phone

New OnePlus 6 Renders Show All Angles Of The Phone

OnePlus is yet to reveal the timeframe for the launch of its next flagship but we expect it to be made available by the end of April or the start of May.

OnePlus 6 has been in the news for so long now and is one of the most anticipated smartphones of this year.

Recently OnePlus revealed that the OnePlus 6 would feature a top notch with 19.616mm x 7.687mm size.

Not just that, the OnePlus 6 is now expected to come with a red-tinted alert slider which looks a lot the power button on the Pixel 2.

The renders, via GizmoChina, have been shared on Chinese social networking site Weibo, show the OnePlus 6 in three colour options including a stylish Blue, as well as the usual staid Black and White options.

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On the front, we see the iPhone X-like notch on the top edge of the device and minimal-bezels. What OnePlus plans to do is fill the area around the notch with related info such as the network status and battery life, and also fill it with dark black accent whenever you're browsing or watching a video, this will even out the front and bottom bezel, making the notch disappear. Much like what the earlier rumours had suggested, the camera positioning on the OnePlus 6 will be different from that of the OnePlus 5T.

The rear section of the smartphone will sport dual camera setup along with fingerprint sensor, reveals the image renders. The cameras are aligned vertically. The phone is seen with rear panel fingerprint sensor.

In 2017, OnePlus skipping the 4 announced OnePlus 5T and OnePlus 5.

Right below the fingerprint sensor, we see the OnePlus logo. The invite seen in the image above does not divulge any further information about the OnePlus 6. A global release would mean the OnePlus 6 would soon hit the Indian market as well.

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