One Plus 6 : Specification, Design & Look Revealed.

“One plus 6” has been in the news for the past few of days there have been secrets these are full of Easter eggs but this is all you need to know about “One Plus 6” its full design specifications.

In One Plus 6, at first of that they change is on the front and it’s a 6.2 inch with AMOLED panel 2280×1080 px with a notch that is smaller than iPhone X notch, of course, it doesn’t have 3D facial scanner and we think that they have pretty much implemented the notch so that users get to use more screen area and another reason could be “Apple” did it.

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The bottom chin is not as good as the earlier One Plus phones but in order to get rid of it they have added a curved display which is not a cool at all, they have curve display at the bottom to give it a chinless look but we would say that will be expensive and only Apple has been able to pull that off, so One plus 6 is expected to be your sweet chin music.

One Plus 6 is expected to be in more refined and rich look, on the back the Fingerprint Scanner, LED Flash and vertical dual camera in the center can be seen and half of the world is excited about new One Plus 6.

The back look reminds me of another Giant in the phone industry I’m talking about the Samsung Galaxies and looks similar to S9 Plus Camera and back implementation. Maybe they got inspiration from Samsung as well but nevertheless Fingerprint Scanner is on the back at a pretty good position.

There’s one another change compared to the “One Plus 5T” is that the other switches are now above and on the right compared to the previous left positions in One Plus 5T and it’s also colored coordinated kind of like the Google Pixels dues power button and which is Cool!!.

There might be a reason why the buttons are on the right side, apparently according to this Easter you can actually focus using the alert slider it has something to do with the Camera and that’s why it is now at the right side. Below the alert slider which they have got the power key and on the left we have the wind broker. One Plus 6 still retains the good old design a headphone jack. One Plus 6 is expected to be with a brand new Android 8.1 “Oreo” This was the specification we already know that the phone will arrive with below-mentioned features.


  • Processor: Snapdragon 845 2.7 GHz
  • Display: 5.7″ (14.48 cm)
  • Operating System: Android 8.1 Oreo
  • Ram: 8GB
  • Battery: 3450/3500 mAh
  • Storage: 128 GB
  • Rear Camera: 20 + 16 Megapixel camera f/1.7 Lens
  • Front Camera: 20 Megapixel f/1.7 Lens
  • SIM slots: Dual SIM, GSM+GSM
  • SIM size:  SIM1 Nano, SIM2 Nano
  • Sensors:  Fingerprint sensor, Light sensor, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer, Compass, Gyroscope.

Looks & Design:


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Image Souce: One Plus Twitter, Economics Time

One Plus 6 software will be measured early change as one of the reason teasers says “The Speed you Need” which tells us that One Plus 6 will have the very similar gesture experience like the iPhone X giving you fast user experience. Gestures are here indeed a fun to use once you learn it still gets an option to have a normal navigation bar system if you want to have that all the user experience and if you don’t like gestures you can use that navigation bar.

There is also going to be a special theme for UK people which might be of Avengers Infinity War. We are expecting One Plus 6 to be announced early in May although it is normally announced in June, this time it is expected early.

The pricing may get the large spark and is expected to be around 48K INR, It may be a strategy by One Plus to give the news with a larger price and release it with a lower as expected. Price is expected to be higher and we would suggest thinking twice before you make up your mind if you already have iPhone X  or One Plus 5T.

That’s what we have for One Plus 6, let me know your thoughts in the comments below. Please do follow us on Instagram and Twitter.

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