At last, rumor has it, OnePlus 6 will start at around $550 for the 64GB model and $600 for the 128GB variant but you should take these prices with a grain of salt as they are highly-speculative and unconfirmed. According to the listings, the smartphone will be available in "Mirror Black" and "Midnight Black" colour variants.
There will be 2 storage options one with 64 GB flash memory, while the second comes with 128 GB.
In addition to the revelation of the possible price and release date, the leaked Amazon product page also confirmed previously reported OnePlus 6 specifications. Note that the smartphone was listed for a short period, and has now been removed by Amazon.More news: Huddersfield manager David Wagner says the club will honour Arsene Wenger
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The entire specs of the OnePlus 6 have been revealed ahead of its May 16 through its TENAA listing and other sources. This is significantly higher than the smartphone's India prices that were leaked earlier this month.
As per the listing on Amazon Germany, the OnePlus 6 Midnight Black 64GB variant will be priced at €519 (Rs. 41,800) and the Mirror Black 128GB variant will be priced at €569 (Rs. 45,800). The top variant is expected to sport 8GB RAM with 256 GB of storage. Considering OnePlus' pricing strategy for the OnePlus 5T Star Wars Edition, the Avengers Edition could be marginally pricier than the regular 256GB storage variant.
Gorilla Glass 5 will be used to protect the smartphone, and the Amazon listing also confirmed water resistance. The front panel of the OnePlus 6 will include an iPhone X like notch giving room to the front camera, earpiece and some sensors. The Snapdragon 845 mobile platform will be under the hood, and the phone will be equipped with up to 8GB of RAM and as much as 256GB of native storage.
Other minor differences that you may have noticed is that the alert slider has been shifted to the right edge, besides the vertical dual-camera setup and a cubical fingerprint sensor on the back. The dual cameras are expected to carry support for optical image stabilization, portrait mode and slow-motion video shooting.