OnePlus is the company that makes high-end flagships for a much cheaper price compared to all of the other big players on the market. The latest OnePlus 6 leaks confirm that the company is looking to follow the latest trends and improve its already great OnePlus 5T.

There aren’t too many information about OnePlus’ latest flagship, but luckily, there are a few leaks that tell us what OnePlus is planning on launching very soon.

The OnePlus 6 is expected to have a 19:9 (not 18:9 due to the notch and large display) aspect ratio and the much hated notch on the top center of the display. It’ll house space for the selfie camera and other sensors (perhaps even a FaceID like one).

In terms of power, there’ll be the latest Snapdragon 845 Chipset coupled with 6GB of RAM and 64GB of on-board storage. There will likely be another more expensive option with 8GB RAM and 128GB storage combo. It is also likely that we’ll see a 256GB option available.

What’s also interesting is the new design language OnePlus plans on implementing in their new high-end device. As you can see on the image above, the device is expected to have an aluminium frame and a fingerprint magnet glass back – just like on most of the flagships these days.

Knowing OnePlus, there will likely be 2 colour options available upon launch – so expect white and black variants. In terms of price, there isn’t any specific known at the moment, we however expect the price to stay very similar to the OnePlus 5T – that is: €499 and €559 respectively of models and variants. The 256GB option may start at €619 – if OnePlus followed its original pricing as for the 5T.

The OnePlus 6 is going to be officially unveiled in June, so there’s still a long way to go and you should take all of the above mentioned details/images with a pinch of salt as they might change at any time and any moment.

Renders based on the currently known leaks made by Dave Lee.

Dave Lee (also known as “Dave2D”) has posted an interesting video about what the OnePlus 6 may look like based on knowing OnePlus and assuming what the company’s plans are.