Published: Wed, April 25, 2018
Sci-tech | By Spencer Schmidt

OnePlus 6 to Launch Globally on May 16, 2018

OnePlus 6 to Launch Globally on May 16, 2018

The company will be launching three variants this time. Apart from that, he speaks about the importance of design and how the OnePlus 6 will be levels ahead of its older generation. Interestingly, the phone will also have a special Avenger's edition just like the OnePlus 5T had a Star Wars edition.

OnePlus has just announced that the OnePlus 6 will be announced on May 16 in London.

OnePlus will allow its community members to experience the launch event of OnePlus 6 in Mumbai.

OnePlus 6 scored 2,76,510 in the AnTuTu benchmark. It's pretty common for OnePlus's current models to go out of stock weeks before the launch of their successors.

The OnePlus 6 is also expected to come with a glass back which indicates towards a new feature that OnePlus fans have been demanding for a long time, wireless charging. That's the same mobile processor inside Samsung's Galaxy S9. Until now, a lot of information about the smartphone has already been made official, thanks to OnePlus itself. According to the most recent leaks online, those design cues will include a headphone jack, which is set to be retained. "We applied 5 layers of coating Nanotech instead of 3, although the degree of separation between each layer is extremely thin and hard to see", added Pete Lau. Unsurprisingly, it's going to have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chip with up to 8GB of RAM and 256GB storage.

Does the move to a glass rear panel heighten your anticipation, or would you prefer OnePlus to stick with an aluminum design language? This is a phone that should be able to cope with everything you can throw at it and then some. The upcoming phone will also come with their hallmark DashCharger which is one of the best fast charging technology so far.

Summing up what we know about this device till now, the smartphone is going to have an iPhone X type notch on the top of the screen. Despite being renders, they revealed what the device could look like during the launch. Earlier this month, the feature was rolled out for the OnePlus 5T via the Android 8.1 Oreo update.

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