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White variant of the OnePlus 6 showcased entirely in new image

The OnePlus 6's bezel-less design showcased in new image
Yet another alleged image of the OnePlus 6 reveals its design in full. The Chinese OEM recently confirmed that its next flagship would see a May 16 launch in London, marking the earliest device announcement by the company since the original OnePlus One. And now, after OnePlus released various teasers for the OnePlus 6, a new image allegedly reveals the company’s next device in its entirety.

As can be seen, the device falls in line with previous rumors, with the front panel sporting a tall, 6.3-inch display complete with a notch up top and a small chin down below. Also, relatively small side bezels are present on either side of the panel. In regards to the rear, the glass build that OnePlus recently confirmed can be clearly seen alongside the dual-camera setup. With this year’s flagship, however, the company has aligned the camera module with the center of the back panel, while also rotating it 90-degrees. Furthermore, situated below this is a dual-tone LED flash and an oval-shaped fingerprint scanner. Moving on to the frame, the OnePlus 6 looks set to boast a volume rocker on the left-side, while the right-side will feature both the power button and the company’s signature Alert Slider.

Specs-wise, the OnePlus 6 is set to boast Qualcomm’s octa-core Snapdragon 845 processor alongside either 6GB or 8GB of RAM. In addition, this will be coupled with the choice of 64GB or 128GB of storage in the case of the 6GB of RAM variant. While the higher RAM count model will be available with 256GB of internal storage. In regards to colors, the new image suggests a Sandstone White variant may be in the works, while recent leaks and teasers have also pointed towards the existence of purple and black models.

source: videocardz via: SlashLeaks

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