One Plus 6 is due to launch in a few weeks and it is confirmed already that the variant that comes with 6 GB RAM has been duly certified by a Chinese certifying agency called TENAA. Not only that but before the official release of the said smartphone, some of its specifications have appeared on the very website of TENAA. Major specs like camera, battery and processor and the like have been uploaded and avid smartphone users are all over the place to have a look at the leaked specs, as we would like to call them, and decide if they are going to get the new phone or not.

One Plus 6 battery is said to be 3300 mAh and not only this that has been revealed on the website but it has come into notice that a magnificent 20 megapixel camera would serve as the primary one and the secondary or more commonly known as selfie camera or front camera would be 16 megapixel. The screen of the phone will be a grand 6.28 inches which is the largest so far in any One Plus smartphone so far and it will be using an AMOLED panel most probably the courtesy of Samsung. The resolution of the screen would be a staggering 2280*1080 pixels which is great for watching videos, taking awesome pictures, making short videos and much more.

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One Plus 6 will have the operating system of Oxygen OS powered by the latest Android Oreo which is great as it has all the more extravagant features of its own. More intricate details like the weight and dimensions of the latest sensation have also been leaked. It is estimated at a weight of a maximum of 175 grams and the dimensions would be 155.7×75.35×7.75 mm making it quite a large phone and the weight, therefore, is quite reasonable given the humongous size of the device.

The processor used in One Plus 6 would be Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 with an internal memory of up to 256 GB and 8 GB RAM which is great for the users who are more prone to keeping their media all stacked up in their devices. It has also been said that the smartphone would be water resistant and dust proof which, in actuality, does not make much sense but who is judging here, right?

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