The OnePlus 6 might finally fend off those pesky raindrops

  • The OnePlus 6 might finally fend off those pesky raindrops

The OnePlus 6 might finally fend off those pesky raindrops

It took OnePlus four generations of smartphones, but the company might finally include some sort of water resistance for its upcoming flagship, the OnePlus 6.

OnePlus is either the master of buzz marketing or the worst at keeping secrets about upcoming models, because there is nearly nothing we don't already know about the OnePlus 6, the next big thing from the Chinese smartphone manufacturer. As per earlier reports, it was claimed that the new model will come up with the Blue color variant, along with the usual Black and White.

Motorola Moto G6 has been in the news for the past few weeks with some quality renders and leaks found ... The one posted on Twitter consists of the image of the rear panel of OnePlus 6 along with the tagline 'More immersion in a refined form factor.

The One Plus 6 also showcases impressive colors as is seen in this image of flowers and plants
The One Plus 6 also showcases impressive colors as is seen in this image of flowers and plants

It supported the Portrait Mode but the setup had some physical limitations that didn't exactly achieve the type of background blurring that you would expect. The phone will sport a 6.28-inch optic LED display offering a resolution of 1080×2280 pixels with an aspect ratio of 19:9. That surface could be the OnePlus 6's display, but the company remains tight-lipped on details. The smartphone is expected to arrive in three storage variants; 64GB, 128GB and 256GB. The device will carry a larger 3450mAh battery as compared to the outgoing OnePlus 5T, which had a cell with a capacity of 3300mAh. The phone can also deliver a bokeh effect that is independent of software blurring. The camera are placed in vertical setting just like the OnePlus 5T. The phone will also allow users to shoot 4K videos.

OnePlus CEO Pete Lau has shared some full-res 16MP camera samples from the OnePlus 6 from a recent walk around Stanford, California.

Notably, TrueTech had exclusively reported about the expected Indian pricing of the OnePlus 6 a while back.