OnePlus Officially Reveals OnePlus 6 Variant with 8 GB RAM, 256 GB Storage, Snapdragon 845

by Anvinraj Valiyathara 0

The OnePlus 6 is rumored to get announced as early as at the end of this month. It seems that the arrival of OP6 is getting closer since the company has released its first official teaser. Moreover, it has already released a poster that shows the key specs of the highest configuration variant of the OnePlus 6.

The new teaser released by none other than OnePlus CEO Pete Lau tells OnePlus fans to “6et ready” and it also carries the text “the speed you need.” The handset is already confirmed to feature the highly potent Snapdragon 845 mobile platform. Lau had recently confirmed that the OnePlus 6 would be arriving with a notched screen. A recently leaked image of the case of OnePlus also showed that the smartphone would be housing a vertical dual camera setup and a fingerprint reader on the back panel.

GizmoChina had recently reported that the OnePlus 6’s highest configuration model featuring 8 GB of RAM and an internal storage of 256 GB would be priced at 4,299 Yuan (~$697) in China. Today, the Chinese manufacturer has released a poster that reveals that the OnePlus 6 will be Snapdragon 845, 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage. A leaked image from the previous month had revealed that the OnePlus 6 with the same storage, RAM and SoC would be coming to the U.S. with a price tag of $749.

OnePlus 6 SD845, 8GB RAM, 256GB Storage

The 128 GB and 64 GB storage variants of the OnePlus 6 are rumored to be respectively priced at 3,299 Yuan (~$525) and 3,799 Yuan (~$602). This could be the first time that OnePlus fans may see three storage variants of a OnePlus phone.

Lau had earlier claimed that the OnePlus 6 would be unveiled at the end of June. However, its recent teasers and its appearance at Wi-Fi Alliance and Geekbench suggest that it may get unveiled soon.

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