Here’s Expected First Look of OnePlus 6 – Full Screen Display with Notch

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In China, Oppo has launched R15 today and we get the fair idea of what OnePlus’s next smartphone will look like. We have often seen that the company takes design inspiration from Oppo, which shares ownership. Like, the OnePlus 5 looks pretty much similar to the Oppo R11 and similarly, the OnePlus 5T resembles the R11S.

According to a recent leak found by Android Central, the OnePlus 6 is expected to have 19:9 notched display which we can match up with the recently launched R15 and has the notch (inspired from iPhone X’s design), hinting that the upcoming OnePlus 6 might follow the same design.

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And if we talk about the OnePlus 6’s specs keeping the Oppo R15 in mind, it might include a 6.28-inch, 2280 x 1080 OLED panel with slim bezels, a 3,450mAh battery, and a MediaTek Helio P60 processor; it’ll sell for around $475 USD. There’s also a premium “Dream Mirror edition” that will cost about $45 more, come in a ceramic body, and be powered by a Snapdragon 660. As these specs are Oppo’s R15, OnePlus might offer upgraded chipset and higher memory like it does will all new smartphones.

As mentioned above, some details will vary between the Oppo R15 and the OnePlus 6, which should arrive sometime later this year, the notch is probably the one design tick that’s most likely to stick around.

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