OnePlus 6 Launch Date Confirmed for May 18, Price Tipped at Rs 39,999

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We all know that Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus is launching its new smartphone to the Indian market. From past few weeks, we have seen many teasers and leaks of new OnePlus 6 smartphone. The company was planning to launch OnePlus 6 at the end of April or in the first week of May. But as per Money Control report, the new OnePlus 6 smartphone will launch in India on May 18.

Along with launch date of OnePlus 6, the report also reveals the price details of the new smartphone. The OnePlus 6 smartphone is expected to have a price tag of Rs. 39,999. As the motto of the company is to “Never Settle,” so they have released various teasers for the new OnePlus 6 phone under the slogan “The speed you need”.

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OnePlus 6 smartphone comes with trending design, means it will sport an iPhone-X like notch on the top of the display. Also, the phone will come with thin bezels on the bottom and on the sides. If you don’t like notch on a smartphone then you are able to hide the notch on OnPlus 6.

The company wants to offers a best experience to OnePlus 6 users. So the company confirms that the phone will come with latest Snapdragon 845 processor and has 8GB of RAM. Also, the phone has 256GB of Internal storage which is more than enough for you.

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Moreover, the company also tweeted that the device will be waterproof. “Don’t you just hate it when you have to stop using your phone when it rains? So do we” tweeted by OnePlus. Till now it is unclear that the phone will come with IP67 or IP68 certification.

The company has partnered with Marvel Studio for its upcoming movie – Avengers: Infinity War. This partnership hints that the OnePlus 6 will come with Avengers: Infinity War edition. Do share your feedback in our comment section below.

Source: Money Control, but we think the article is removed from their website.

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