Leaks and rumors have been floating around about OnePlus 6 over the last couple of weeks. Then the CEO of OnePlus confirmed that the new flagship killer is going to sport an iPhone X-like notch design. And now the company itself has confirmed existence of this handset.
OnePlus, via its official Twitter handle, posted a teaser in which it confirmed that new flagship will be called OnePlus 6 and it will pack ‘the speed you need’. It seems that the handset is already under development, probably that’s why the company has teased it officially.
The co-founder of OnePlus – Pete Lau, on the other hand, has confirmed (in a forum post) that the upcoming flagship killer will pack a massive 256 gigs of internal storage. Not only this, Lau also said that the OnePlus 6 will be powered by Qualcomm’s top-end Snapdragon 845 processor coupled with 8GB of RAM.
Further, if some other reports are to be believed, the OnePlus 6 is going to be launched by the end of this month. It will come in three storage variants – 64GB ROM, 128GB ROM and 256GB ROM priced at 3299 Yuan (approx. ₹34,095), 3,799 Yuan (approx. ₹39,262) and 4,399 Yuan (approx. ₹45,463) respectively.