OnePlus is done selling its flagship 5T in North America

OnePlus is done selling its flagship 5T in North America

All this while, multiple leaks and benchmark results in the name of OnePlus 6 has been surfacing one after another. For the front, it will have a 20-megapixel sensor with f/1.7 aperture. Under the hood, the device will be powered by Qualcomm's most efficient chipset, Snapdragon 845 combined with 6GB of RAM. The device to come with an aspect ratio of 19:9.

Apart from this, the OnePlus 6 smartphone runs on an Android 8.1 Oreo operating system out-of-the-box. The device features a 6.2 inch OLED display screen with 6GB RAM and 128GB of internal storage.

Camera-wise, OnePlus 6 will sport a dual rear camera setup, reveals the leaked sheet.

The battery has seen some improvements too, with the size raising from 3,300mAh in the 5T to 3,450mAh in the new OnePlus 6.

OnePlus 6 is likely to get a battery bump to 3,450mAh from 3,300mAh as seen on the OnePlus 5T with Dash Charge fast charging technology, of course. Well, there would be a top display notch in the OnePlus 6, just like Apple iPhone X, where the sensors will be placed in order to reduce the bezels to the least. Fingerprint sensor will be on the back.

OnePlus 6 spec leaks
OnePlus is done selling its flagship 5T in North America

While OnePlus has not come up with a date to launch its next smartphone yet, its CEO Pete Lau has announced that company's 2018 flagship will be out in second quarter of the year. OnePlus has kept the clock frequency of the flagship SoC to 2.7GHz on the device.

Since the leak is in the form of an alleged OnePlus 6 specs-sheet. Thus, folks who now want to buy a OnePlus phone will have to wait until a brand new model is released - this, of course, should be the OnePlus 6.

The source points out that this phone bears a lot of similarities to the Oppo R15, which makes sense given that both brands are affiliated with the same parent company and share production resources - this is one of the ways that OnePlus has achieved low-priced, high-spec phones. The OnePlus 6 smartphone also spotted on a Chinese benchmarking website, AnTuTu.

The company is no longer selling the phone in North America and was met with stronger-than-expected demand, Kyle Kiang, OnePlus's head of global marketing and general manager said.

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