There is one set that shows photos of architecture, one is a set of low light images and the other two sets have portrait images in different lights.
On the left side of the phone is volume rocker and SIM card slot, whereas, the right side of the phone is home to alert slider and power button.
The display notch at the top of this all-screen smartphone is in full view here, and it is indeed smaller than the notorious iPhone X notch. However, OnePlus has conceded that there will be an option to hide the notch via software. On the rear panel, the smartphone features a vertically arranged dual rear camera setup with a fingerprint sensor. Or just sit back and wait for the pre-order links to go live, since it will undoubtedly be a phone to consider, just like several of the last OnePlus phones were.
With the rumors doing rounds in the market, it is speculated that the smartphone could be offered in 3 variants as per the RAM offered - 4GB, 6GB and 8GB. The listing also shows that it will be water-resistant, but doesn't specify whether it will have an IP67 or IP68 certification.
Summit likely to be held in Singapore, not Panmunjom
Quoting a South Korean diplomat, the newspaper said North Korea's sincerity about dismantlement is being tested. On top of that, Trump's team has few experts who have actually met or spoken to a North Korean official.
A lot seems to have changed with the OnePlus 6.
Although there's been some concern OnePlus' newest device would ditch the headphone jack, much like the latest iPhone range, company chief Carl Pei said after running a poll on his Twitter account, the overwhelming consensus from users was to keep it. The phone is also said to be available in a new shade of blue. OnePlus 6 leaked images suggest two models of the new device, one as Midnight Black and another one with glass body finish (As earlier confirmed by the company). The 128 GB version that will be 50 more expensive - 569.
OnePlus was founded in 2013 and received a world-wide acceptance because the high-end handsets were priced more affordably than top-tier alternatives like the Samsung Galaxy and Google Pixel phones. It indicates that the Chinese company will bump up the prices this year.
"As part of our collaborative journey with Amazon.in, we made a decision to partner with them on the Fast AF sale, but with a different approach where for the first time, we are emphasizing the trust we and our users have in our product by offering customers the opportunity to be among the first few to pre-book the OnePlus globally, even before the official launch", said Vikas Agarwal, General Manager, OnePlus India.