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Massive OnePlus 6 leak reveals price and official images
- Amazon.de briefly listed the OnePlus 6, with images showing the device from all angles.
- The pictures show a notch, vertically positioned dual cameras, and a headphone jack.
- The now-removed Amazon listing also confirmed a starting price of 519 euros.
The photos were spotted by WinFuture on an Amazon.de listing, that has been removed after a few hours. They show the device from all angles. One set of photos shows it in a matte “Midnight Black” color (images below), while the other shows it in a shiny “Mirror Black” (top image).
All the expected design features are on display. The notch is there, as is the dual rear-camera setup and the headphone jack.
As well as the photos, the now-removed listing revealed some details about the phone’s price and availability. Two versions of the device were listed. The first was a 64GB version that will cost 519 euros, while the second is a 128GB version that will go for 569 euros. If this turns out to be the price, then it would fit in with previous rumors that the OnePlus 6 would be the first OnePlus device to cost more than $500. If past years are an indication, the OnePlus 6 will retail for $519/$569 in the U.S.
OnePlus is going to officially reveal its new device in London on May 16. According to WinFuture, Amazon.de listed the phone as available from May 22.
Previous leaks have suggested that the phone will feature a Snapdragon 845 chipset, 8GB of RAM, and the option to “turn off” the notch. The Amazon listing confirmed the use of the Snapdragon 845, but the listing only showed 6GB of RAM. It’s possible that a variant with 8GB of RAM, and potentially more storage space, will be announced in other markets or at a later date. Other details that leaked pertain to the camera setup: the OnePlus 6 will feature 16MP and 20MP rear cameras with OIS and portrait mode. The phone will also be “water repellent”, though it remains to be seen if it will feature an IP certification.
To read all the OnePlus 6 rumors, you can check out our rumor roundup linked below.