OnePlus 6 is already making rounds in the online world even before its official launch. The new OnePlus 6 flagship is going to set new standards in speed and efficiency as it will feature the latest Snapdragon 845 CPU, paired with industry's standard 8GB RAM and 256GB internal storage.
But hardware is not the only feature that makes OnePlus 6 the most anticipated Android smartphone in the upcoming months. The new handset is also going to bring a new look and feel altogether, which despite being futuristic, will also preserve the basics of the mobile design such as sturdy build, sleek profile and most used useful accessory ports.
This is something we have seen and experienced with company's previous handsets such as OnePlus 3T and OnePlus 5T. Just like these handsets, the new OnePlus 6 will also take utmost care of ergonomics to offer a perfect in-hand feel.
As per the information we have, OnePlus 6 will sport a 6-inch edge-to-edge display with a notch that is slated to deliver the best-in-class multimedia experience. The bezel-less design will offer an impressive screen-to-body ratio to provide more usable screen real estate for reading, web browsing, gaming and video playback.
OnePlus 6 will also sport a vertical dual camera setup on its rear accompanied by a lightning fast and secure fingerprint sensor. Following the design ideology of company's previous handsets, OnePlus 6 will also have gentle curves and smooth sides that will make sure the handset comfortably fits in your palm for one-hand use. The neat horizon line will also be intact that separates the front fascia from the rear panel.
Not to forget the signature 'Alert Slider' that makes for a comfortable everyday user experience. Based on our research, OnePlus 6 will feature a Red colored alert slider to help you seamlessly switch between the audio profiles.
And even though the OnePlus 6's design will follow all modern standards, the design team has also taken care of basics by including the much loved 3.5mm headphone jack that will let you use standard wired earphones and headphones to tune in to your favorite tracks. This is quite an accomplishment as OnePlus is not letting go the conventional accessory ports in lieu of a sleeker form factor.
For now, we can only wait for the new OnePlus 6, which will indeed feel every bit of premium and will set new standards in performance and design parameters. The day is not far as OnePlus has recently released the first official teaser for the OnePlus 6, hinting that the official launch is just around the corner. Stay tuned on Gizbot for more updates on the flagship OnePlus 6 smartphone.