OnePlus 6 will be Amazon exclusive, reveals 'India teaser'

OnePlus 6 to be an Amazon exclusive in India; Coral Blue color variant likely

Thumbs up for the buzz of OnePlus 6 to come in the blue color variant

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.

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