The company has been releasing information about the device, bit by bit and in the process, clearing out what can be expected of the new flagship.
Accompanying the tweet is a short clip of water splashing off a hard surface. The one posted on Twitter consists of the image of the rear panel of OnePlus 6 along with the tagline 'More immersion in a refined form factor. In the past, OnePlus smartphones have sacrificed nice-to-have features like waterproofing and inductive charging to offer bleeding-edge internal specs at a relatively modest price.
According to the marketing promos that OnePlus has just recently started running, the OnePlus 6 is nearly ready to be unveiled. Ahead of the launch, OnePlus itself have been teasing a lot about the upcoming flagship device. "Don't you just hate it when you have to stop using your phone when it rains?"
The leaked poster of the OnePlus 6 in a Coral Blue variant.
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In addition to this, the OnePlus 6 has been spotted in a leaked promotional poster (via ITHome).
Further in line, the new flagship will support Qualcomm's flagship chipset - Snapdragon 845 SoC, which has been incorporated in most of the smartphone flagships launched this year. In the video, we can only see water droplets hitting the surface - highlighting that the OnePlus 6 will be water resistant.
A phone having IP67 certification is capable of withstanding immersion in water up to one meter for a maximum time period of 30 minutes. We can expect the same for the upcoming Galaxy Note 9 as well. At first glance, the pictures look pretty good, though we'll provide out final verdict only after we get to review the OnePlus 6. Recently, the company's Chief Executive Officer and co-founder Pete Lau shared some shots taken from the OnePlus on Chinese social networking website Weibo.
The reason for this is because a camera has to be judged after keeping in mind how it performs in a host of conditions ranging from situations with ideal lighting conditions to portrait mode to environments with extremely poor lighting conditions.