Amazon Germany has made a tiny mistake and published high-res renders of the smartphone, alongside details about its price and release date.
While Amazon quickly removed all the OnePlus 6 information that it inadvertently revealed, German website WinFuture still has the main details, plus new images of the upcoming device.
According to Amazon Germany, the OnePlus 6 will be released on May 22. This makes sense – we already know that OnePlus plans to allow a limited number of customers to buy the phone on May 21, as long as they visit select locations.
In Europe, prices for the OnePlus 6 will start at €519 for the 64 GB variant, going up to €569 for the 128 GB one. Most likely, this means US prices for the 64 GB and 128 GB models will be $519 and $569, respectively. We were expecting the new phone to be a bit more expensive than the OnePlus 5T, and it looks like that’s exactly what will happen (the 5T was launched last year starting at $499).
Amazon Germany listed the OnePlus 6 as having two color variants: Mirror Black and Midnight Black. However, a white version of the phone also exists, as OnePlus’ CEO himself recently showed it to a select audience. It remains to be seen where (and if) the white handset will be available.
As you’ll see below, there is nothing surprising about the OnePlus 6 renders that Amazon has mistakenly published. The phone has a notch, a dual rear camera, and a fingerprint scanner below it – just as these other leaked renders had suggested a few days ago.
Specs-wise, the OnePlus 6 will be the most advanced OnePlus phone to date, thanks to a Snapdragon 845 processor, a 6.3-inch display with 1080 by 2280 pixels, and camera that, according to OnePlus, will rival those of the iPhone X and Google Pixel 2. We’re definitely looking forward to testing the OnePlus 6.