OnePlus is all geared up to launch its next flagship smartphone, the OnePlus 6 at the global unveiling event in London on May 16. The India launch is set to take place on May 17 in Mumbai. In the run-up to the launch, OnePlus has confirmed a few features of the upcoming flagship smartphone. We have also come across leaked renders and hands-on photos giving us an Idea of what to expect from the OnePlus 6. Now, ahead of the launch, product listing on HDFC Bank SmartBuy page sheds light on specifications and features.
Spotted by Gadgets360, the HDFC Bank SmartBuy page shows the current status of the smartphone as ‘out of stock’. And while it reveals key specifications and features, along with the smartphone design, here’s why you shouldn’t get too excited about it.
To being with, OnePlus had previously confirmed that the smartphone will embrace iPhone X-like notch above the display, and it will house the front camera, earpiece and proximity sensor. The Chinese smartphone maker also shared a render, showing the thickness of the notch, and it is definitely smaller than the one that we have seen on the iPhone X. But the HDFC Bank listing shows the notch with a wider width, same as the iPhone X.
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Secondly, the photo also shows an under-display fingerprint sensor, and we do know that it will come with a sensor placed at the back, just below the camera module. Moving on to the specifications, the listing reveals a 5.7-inch display, whereas leaks and rumors have hinted at a screen above 6-inch.
The listing page reveals Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 octa-core SoC, which is in line with what OnePlus has officially confirmed. However, leaks hint that the smartphone will be offered in three storage variants – 6GB RAM with 64GB or 128GB storage, and 8GB RAM with 256GB storage. However, the HDFC listing reveals 8GB RAM with 128GB storage, which looks a little dicey.
Moving on to cameras, the OnePlus 6 is expected to come with dual cameras at the back, but the listing mentions single camera of 23-megapixel at the back, and dual cameras at the front with 16-megapixel resolution on both sensors. And lastly, the listing reveals that the smartphone runs Android 8.0 Oreo out-of-the-box, but with the OnePlus 5T and OnePlus 5 already one Android 8.1 Oreo, it is highly unlikely that the new smartphone will run on the pervious Android version.