Days before launch OnePlus 6 leaked on Amazon, pricing revealed too

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What seems to be a major upset for the Chinese company the OnePlus 6 has been accidently leaked on the Amazon Germany website. The images are the real deal and show everything the smartphone will have aesthetically. The link was swiftly taken down as the reports started to appear of the product listing. This is not the first time a major smartphone has been leaked via an E-commerce site such as Amazon, which makes us wonder was it really a mistake or…

Whatever the case maybe, we now fully know how the phone will look like. Looking at these fine renders of the OnePlus 6 It is confirmed that the smartphone will have a notch on top like the Apple iPhone X and Vivo V9 has. The leaks show that the smartphone will in fact have a Midnight Black variant with a glossy rear. The front has an almost bezel-less infinity screen, with just a small bar at the bottom.

The power button and alert slider is placed on the right of the phone, while the volume rocker key and SIM slot has been kept on the left. The rear indeed has a dual camera setup with dual tone flash and underneath it is a kind of an oval shaped fingerprint sensor and the OnePlus logo. The 3.5 MM audio jack is there at the bottom and USB Type C charging port can also be seen there.

Now for the most interesting part of this leak is its pricing. The Amazon Germany site (according to WinFuture) showed price of the 6 GB RAM with 64 GB memory variant at 519 Euros, which is approximately Rs 41,700. Over that, the 8 GB RAM and 128 GB memory version is prices at 569 Euros, bringing the Indian price to Rs 45,800 (approx). This is by far the most expensive price tag kept by OnePlus. Crossing the Rs 40K mark for this company immediately makes it compete with the big guns like Apple and Samsung. Will it survive at the price? We will know in a few weeks.

At the moment Amazon India is giving Rs 1,000 cashback if the consumer pre-bookds the device though its site. Might just not be a bad Idea to do so if you are an OnePlus loyalist.

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