The OnePlus 6 has been heavily teased in the build up to its launch, and we’re likely to see the phone finally be unveiled in May. The phone is slated to be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC, and will come with up to 8GB of RAM and up to 256GB of internal storage. And while a lot isn’t known about the camera yet, there will definitely be a dual-camera setup at the rear. The camera sensors in this case are expected to be a 16-megapixel primary camera and 20-megapixel secondary camera for up to 2X lossless zoom and portrait mode, similar to what we’ve already seen on the OnePlus 5T. At the front, the phone will likely sport a 16-megapixel shooter.
While we have a fair idea of what to expect from the phone in terms of specifications, screen and general design (thanks to numerous reveals), not much has been revealed about the camera. Today, OnePlus CEO Pete Lau shared the first OnePlus 6 camera samples on his Weibo account, which showcase the camera capabilities of the upcoming phone. Take a look at the pictures below.
The OnePlus 6 is expected to feature the same 16-megapixel + 20-megapixel rear camera setup. Here's a shot taken in good light.
The OnePlus 6 also showcases impressive colors, as is seen in this image of flowers and plants.
This indoor image showcases decent ability by the OnePlus 6 to capture detail even in relatively low-light, without much noise.
Outdoor shots showcase good color reproduction, but what's notable is that no low-light camera samples have been shared by Pete Lau.
Natural colors such as the sky and grass look natural in this particular camera sample.
Close-up shots are decent as well. While we aren't sure if portrait mode is in use here, the picture does showcase a decent background blur.