OnePlus 6 launch details confirmed, as OnePlus announces Amazon release date

Even though we’ve seen all the leaks and rumours that spoiled things ages ago, it’s nice to finally get some confirmation of what’s to come. It’s now a common sight on many Android phones, such as the Huawei P20 Pro, and the LG G7 ThinQ.


The all new design is a complete re-imagined device with a notch. After the price, design and spec leaks, OnePlus 6 accessories have now surfaced online. Further, the OnePlus is said to be backed by a 3300mAh Dash Charge-compatible battery.

OnePlus has always placed a great level of focus on the performance its phones provide, and that appears to again be the case with the OnePlus 6.

The OnePlus 5T has the same RAM and internal storage configuration options, but is outfitted with last year’s Snapdragon 835 chipset. No, it doesn’t mean you can dip your phone in water, but the device can now withstand serious splashes, or washes.

The package will be powered by a 3,450mAh battery and run the Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box. Should you be getting a OnePlus 6, you can gain access to the Android P beta right here. Around back, you’ll find a vertically-aligned and centered dual camera array consisting of a 20-megapixel primary sensor (Sony IMX 519) and a 16-megapixel secondary sensor (Sony IMX 376K) with OIS and EIS (a single 16-megapixel selfie cam graces the front of the device in the notch).

There’s also a new Portrait Mode, which will be supported by the front camera as well with an upcoming software update. The camera is capable of recording video at up to 4K at up to 60 frames per second, and features a super-slow-mo mode that can record 720p video at 240 frames per second.

I’ve been trying out the OnePlus 6 ahead of its announcement today, and it’s an impressively engineered object. However, with every successive model, the company has marginally increased the price on its devices, and the OnePlus 6 now enters the territory of the likes of devices from Samsung and Apple.

OnePlus says the Bullets Wireless are milled from aluminum and have 9.2mm drivers. And they too look quote nice, although the build quality of the OnePlus 6 looks fantastic. Fast charging returns with its slogan of “a day’s power in half an hour” and the company still hasn’t ridden itself of the headphone jack.

Following the 2016 release of its well-received Bullets V2 wired earphones, OnePlus has returned to the audio market with a set of affordable Bluetooth earphones – the Bullets Wireless.

The Bullets Wireless are due out at some point next month. You’ll be able to pick up the phone in Mirror Black, a less glossy Midnight Black, and (eventually) a limited edition Silk White.


The Bullets earbuds are backward-compatible with the company’s previous flagships like the OnePlus 5 and 5T, and will be available on June 5. If you’d rather go through the mobile networks, you don’t have much choice. With Advanced HDR, OnePlus’ improved High Dynamic Range algorithm, the OnePlus 6 brings out shadows and enhances lighting in photos.

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