Thursday, 23 May, 2019

OnePlus 6 price confirmed; will cost 519 Euros in Germany

OnePlus 6 Renders & Price Leak On Amazon OnePlus 6 fully leaked ahead of the launch
Cecil Davis | 14 May, 2018, 09:32

The 64GB variant will cost €519 and 128GB will cost €569. According to a post by, the OnePlus 6 page was live on the Amazon Germany website, and while it has now been taken down, pictures and specifications of the phone have been leaked online. The rear camera is said to come paired with several features like - optical image stabilization, portrait mode and slow-motion. It is possible the white finish for the OnePlus 6 will follow on at a later date. The smartphone was listed in two colour variants - Midnight black and Mirror black. Again WinFuture and Roland Quandt also have a credible history of leaks, and the images do match everything we have seen about the OnePlus 6 so far. The prices coincide with earlier rumors that there will be a OnePlus 6 256 GB version, which will carry a price tag of $749. OnePlus has itself confirmed a glass back design for the smartphone. OnePlus has also confirmed that it will launch a variant with 8GB of RAM and 256GB storage this year.

Apart from renders, Amazon Germany has also given away crucial information including the price of the smartphone. It is expected to arrive with 20-megapixel + 16-megapixel dual rear cameras and a selfie snapper of 16-megapixel.

OnePlus 6 is due to launch on May 16 at a special event in London, but thanks to Amazon Germany, detailed specifications and the Euro price of the phone are already out.

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In terms of performance, the OnePlus 6 will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor coupled with Adreno 630 GPU. The website also confirms that the device will boast water resistant certification, but doesn't specifically mention whether it has IP67 or IP68 ratings. As per an AndroidPure report, the renders provided by the case maker corroborates the speculations that have been surfacing for months now.

Other minor differences that you may have noticed is that the alert slider has been shifted to the right edge, besides the vertical dual-camera setup and a cubical fingerprint sensor on the back. As we all were expecting, the phone is costlier than OnePlus 5T because the phone was launched starting at €499. Still, our favorite part is that OnePlus hasn't skipped on the 3.5 mm audio jack on its latest flagship.