A new image of the next OnePlus flagship device, the OnePlus 6, has been officially released. This terminal that will include a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor and a combination of 8GB of RAM and 256GB of ROM has been a constant theme on Twitter over the past few days, which indicates that it is close to being released.
As we can see, the original picture of the terminal is not very clear, and in fact, it shows two devices, but we can appreciate certain details. However, some users of the social network decided to look for more information in the image, in such a way they edited the values so that it had more sharpness and contrast, which has allowed to identify the device that is seen at the top is the OnePlus 5T, while the one below is the presumptive OnePlus 6.
What can we determine from this image? The first thing is that both terminals are face down, which tells us that the volume buttons are kept on the left side. This deduction arises from the previous filtration published by TheVerge where we could see a 3-stage key on the right face of the Smartphone seen from the front, which is not seen in the current image.
The second fact that arises is that the OnePlus 6 will not use a rear metallic casing. Thanks to the cut that is noted on the side, it can be seen that the material of the middle and back is not the same. This represents an inconsistency with the bodies integrated into the OnePlus 5 and 5T. Previously it had already been reported that the OnePlus 6 would possess a new and original rear glass surface.
The last data that can be seen is that the terminal is slightly larger than the OnePlus 5T, at least so it is appreciated in its width.
We recently commented that the OnePlus 6 would have a 6.28-inch full-size screen with a 19:9 aspect ratio, dual rear cameras of 20 + 16MP with a fingerprint scanner underneath them, a 3450mAh battery and a standard presentation of 6GB of RAM + 64GB of ROM.