A new render has surfaced online of the upcoming OnePlus 6, which showcases the entire front of the phone in its full glory. While this obviously isn’t an official image, the quality of the render and the fact that it matches up with everything we’re expecting the phone to be means that this could well be the first real look we’ve had at the upcoming phone. As you can see in the render below, the phone features everything from the notch at the top to the nearly bezel-less screen that covers nearly the entirety of the front of the phone.
The render also has a DxOMark logo at the top with a teaser for where the rating would be. This suggests that the leaked render was made as a teaser for publicity material around the phone’s DxOMark camera review, and that the phone could already be in the hands of the reputed photography specialist website. What is distinctly visible is the notch, which we’ve already seen through a render officially shared by OnePlus with The Verge recently. The notch has the notification light, proximity sensor, earpiece and front camera in that order from left to right.
However, while earlier renders only showed a small portion of the front of the phone, this is the first believable render that shows the entirety of the front. You can see the large screen that covers almost the entire front of the phone, along with a narrow strip of non-screen space at the bottom.
The screen will likely be a 6.23-inch 19:9 aspect ratio full HD+ screen, with a screen-to-body ratio of around 85 percent or more. Also visible in the render are the power button on the right, volume buttons on the left, and alert slider on the left near the top corner of the phone. The render very strongly conforms with everything we’re expecting from the device.
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The OnePlus 6 could be launched early next month, ahead of what we had initially expected. The phone is confirmed to be coming with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC, up to 8GB of RAM, and up to 256GB of internal storage. The Chinese smartphone maker has also teased that the alert slider may serve a second purpose as a controller to adjust camera focus, and has confirmed that the phone will come with the 3.5mm jack according to what OnePlus fans want.