More OnePlus 6 images leak online, apparently showing glass back design

To be honest, there have been so many leaks, semi-leaks, official taunts, hints, and even an honest censored video about OnePlus's next flagship smartphone, the OnePlus 6, which is difficult to sort the wheat information from the disinformation straw. That said, some new OnePlus 6 photos seem to have leaked online, and you might want to take a look at them.

They look … right? And also pretty good? There is a notch on the screen, which we knew was coming because OnePlus defended it preemptively before promising users that they could "turn it off" by changing the top notification bar to black. There is also a dual camera configuration on the back and a fingerprint sensor just below it, which also merges with what we have seen in previous leaks. Interestingly, the back seems glass, suggesting that the OnePlus 6 could have wireless charging, but in no way confirms it.

Filtered images that supposedly show the OnePlus 6, through ITHome .

The specifications on the screen are in Chinese, but we know from previous announcements that the OnePlus 6 will have a Snapdragon 845 processor and up to 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage. All of which is good and basically what you would expect from a high-end Android phone in 2018. The screen is supposedly around 6 inches, while the configuration of the rear camera is believed to have a 20 megapixel lens and a 16 -megapixel.

We must bear in mind that, in addition to the two previous images, a group of others has recently infiltrated the digital information sphere, including one that supposedly shows the OnePlus 6 and the iPhone X side by side. However it seems that these are false, because the alert slider (the physical switch that allows you to silently put notifications) appears above on the left side of the phone, while on the official preview images ( and the photos filtered above) is on the side of the hand on the right- .

So, you know, ignore these photos, but also look at them if you feel like it:

Our collective misery of disinformation will end on May 16, when OnePlus 6 will launch at an event in London. We will be there, taking pictures, gathering specifications and putting everything online so that you never have to have any more uncertainty about the OnePlus 6.

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