OnePlus 6 Concept Renders surfaces online with a Notch

OnePlus, the Chinese smartphone maker has been quite successful is attracting eyeballs ever since their inception in 2013. All devices launched by OnePlus has been quite a hit so far. No wonder every news leak about any OnePlus phones gets everyone on the edge.

OnePlus 6, the upcoming flagship from the company is launching soon. The online market is already warming up for the launch with multiple leaks. For instance, Oppo R15 is said to be the blueprint of OnePlus 6. This leak is quite baffling though.

Moving on with the leaks, as you can see in the image above that OnePlus 6 will come with a notch. The notch has gained a lot of attention ever since iPhone X went official. The notch holds the front facing TrueDepth camera of iPhone X with the famous iPhone X Face ID. Even though a user would not want to do away with these, but they (kindof) get into the way of enjoying the display to its full glory!

OnePlus 6 Concept Render

This is the back panel of the OnePlus 6’s concept image. It shows the dual camera with LED Flash and the famous horizontally cylindrical fingerprint sensor.

OnePlus 6 concept render notch

In this image you can see that the concept render on OP6 has the notch with the front camera, speaker and sensors to full glory! Having a speaker on the notch makes it perfect for watching videos and playing games because the sound is not tampered with.

There are two speakers on the lower edge of the device besides USB Type-C port. To add to the overall look of the device, the back panel is made up of glass and looks as shiny and classic as ever!

I have been following OnePlus devices quite closely since the beginning. I have used OnePlus 2 for over a year and am very excited to see how OP6 turns out.

Do share your views on the brand or any of its devices below.

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OnePlus 6 Concept Renders surfaces online with a ‘Notch’
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