OnePlus has managed to create a hell lot of hype around its upcoming flagship, the OnePlus 6 and while we essentially have nearly all the specifications as well as features confirmed by the company itself, the one thing that the Chinese smartphone maker is yet to make official is the OnePlus 6 launch date.
As it can be seen in the below image, the corners of the OnePlus 6 are rounded. OnePlus has also confirmed that 6 will be water resistant. According to several reports and recent renderings, OnePlus is planning a notch design in the OnePlus 6.
According to OnePlus, the upcoming OnePlus 6 will have what the company calls its "signature" horizon line and curve on the back. It would be exclusively available on Amazon India and interested buyers can register for it in advance. There are over 70 types of glass the company tried before selecting the one that goes in the phone. It is clear that the brand is trying to up its game by giving much more premium feel as compared to their earlier devices.
We all know that OnePlus is all set to announce their next device - the OnePlus 6 very soon. The Snapdragon 845 and 3,450mAh battery is expected to power the handset. Since the movie is scheduled for release on April 27. Moreover, this image also shows off the smartphone in purple color which means we can expect more colors from OnePlus this time. OnePlus CEO Pete Lau had already confirmed in the previous month that the OnePlus 6 will be equipped with a notched display for delivering better viewing experience to its users.
Well, while OnePlus has now confirmed glass back on the OnePlus 6, there's no word on whether this smartphone will support wireless charging or not.
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The Chinese company has also teased on Twitter an all-new back panel with "new materials".
Manufacturers, including Apple and Samsung, have returned to using glass as part of their smartphone design. Ceramic materials can also be used to facilitate wireless charging.
Further to the discussion on design, the post turns to the OnePlus 6, which Mr Lau says will utilise a glass rear panel.