OnePlus 6 will be slightly pricier than the OnePlus 5T

OnePlus 6 will be slightly pricier than the OnePlus 5T
OnePlus has always positioned itself as a company that launches much cheaper flagship smartphone than the likes of Samsung, Motorola, HTC, LG or Apple. Unfortunately, every year the so-called “flagship killers” OnePlus launches are more and more expensive.

If you're expecting the OnePlus 6 to have the same price as the OnePlus 5T, the company's current top-tier phone, you'll be disappointed. A new report suggests the upcoming OnePlus 6 price will start at $525 and will go up to around $700.

The cheapest version of the OnePlus 6 will pack 64GB, whereas the most expensive will include no less than 256GB. A mid-priced variant with 128GB will be available as well for around $600 outright.

Compare the prices above with those of the OnePlus 5T that start at $475 for the 64GB and you'll notice a slight increase (about $50). It kind of makes sense since OnePlus is trying to implement some of the latest hardware and technologies and they don't always come cheap, so it's mostly about the trade-offs the company is willing to make to offer consumers a true “flagship killer.”

Information about OnePlus 6's prices comes alongside a picture of a case that's been specifically designed for this phone. It's a bit blurry but it does confirm a vertical alignment for the dual-camera on the back.

Since we can't vouch for the accuracy of the report, we recommend taking the information with a grain of salt. Also, regardless of the information leaked today, you should definitely expect a slightly more expensive OnePlus 6.

source: GizmoChina

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  • Display 6.3 inches 2280 x 1080 pixels
  • Camera 16 MP (Dual camera) 16 MP front
  • Hardware Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 8GB RAM
  • Storage 256GB, not expandable
  • Battery 3300 mAh
  • OS Android 10 OxygenOS UI


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