OnePlus 6 will come be priced more than $800 and sport a fingerprint scanner on the back panel

OnePlus has been in the news for some time now for all the good as well as bad reasons.

But that’s now the point. The heat from OnePlus 5‘s launch hasn’t yet cooled down, and here we are with rumors from the upcoming model.

As you have read the post name, you have guessed that the phone will have a fingerprint sensor on the back side of the device. Of course, OnePlus is not trying to make their devices look like Samsung’s premium phones.

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My guess is, the upcoming OnePlus phones will have the screen similar to the Infinite Display of Samsung Galaxy S8 or S8+.

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If you were expecting an on-screen fingerprint sensor, so was I. But since there is no solid proof of a 100% on-screen fingerprint sensor from any of the major manufacturers, OnePlus might not think of integrating it into their phones.

OnePlus 5 was launched in 2 varaints. The cheaper one is priced at Rs. 32,999 and the expensive one is priced at Rs. 37,999. OnePlus 6 is expected to be priced at $800 which is ~Rs. 51,000 in Indian currency.

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The jump os ~Rs. 12,000 is quite noticeable (and unwanted). I think this will be the price of the expensive variant and a cheaper variant would be available to us. Even if it is, in a market like India, the sales will be affected. Especially now that GST will be applied now from 1st July, the price of smartphones will automatically rise.

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Not much is known about OnePlus 6 as of now, keep watching this space. We will keep you posted.

Speaking of OnePlus 5, you can grab the 64GB and 128GB from Amazon anytime now.

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