Accompanying the tweet is a short clip of water splashing off a hard surface.
If true, the OnePlus 6 would be the first OnePlus smartphone officially rated for water and dust resistance.
The new OnePlus 6 will be water resistant.
OnePlus has chose to go with a vertical camera setup this time, instead of the horizontal one seen on the back of OnePlus 5T. "Don't you just hate it when you have to stop using your phone when it rains?"
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The OnePlus six is rumoured to run on Qualcomm's top-end mobile SoC, the Snapdragon 845. The OnePlus 6 will run Android 8.1 via its OxygenOS shell.
It's safe to say that OnePlus is nearing the launch of the 6, judging by the official teasers of late. The OnePlus 6 will be the most expensive OnePlus device launched to date.
We are hoping OnePlus could get at least an IP67 rating which allows submersion to 1 meter for up to 30 minutes.
Already, it has confirmed that OnePlus 6 will sport Apple iPhone X-inspired notch display, a hot new trend in the smartphone industry. ― Picture via SoyaCincauKUALA LUMPUR, April 17 ― Water resistance used to be a unique feature on Sony flagship Xperia smartphones. We can expect the same for the upcoming Galaxy Note 9 as well.
That said, I can't help but wonder whether we'll be getting notch-related OnePlus 6 teasers in the near future. The phablet still shipped with Portrait Mode support but delivered a somewhat different type of background blur due to the physical limitations of its new setup which was designed with the goal of improving its low-light performance.