OnePlus 5T Out of Stock at Official Site: Space Freeing For OnePlus 6 is Over

OnePlus 5T

Not all top brands have launched their annual flagships. Huawei has announced the P20/Pro. Xiaomi has uncovered the Mi MIX 2S (though we are waiting for the Mi 7). Samsung’s model was in the spotlight at MWC 2018. VIVO and OPPO launched their premium phones as well. As you guess, only one smartphone maker lacks the list – OnePlus. We know, the OnePlus 6 has been in works for a while. It has leaked for a few times. But no certain information has been leaked until today. A week ago, we learned the OnePlus 5T sold out completely in the US. Today, the same status shows the official website as well. This simply means the way to get your hands on it is to visit third-party stores and retailers like Jingdong. Does this mean the manufacturer has cleaned up its warehouses to free a space for the upcoming model?

Yesterday, OnePlus founder, Liu Zuohu sent a message: ‘Joke with everyone’. Many think he hinted at the forthcoming OnePlus 6, which is expected to hit the market this month. Moreover, the OnePlus forum doesn’t stop talking about the OP6. And the OnePlus fans are sure the phone will come in April.

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OnePlus 6

The company still remains quiet. But we have managed to get acquainted with some of its alleged features. Among them, we can find a Snapdragon 845 processor, a 6+128GB of memory combination, a 3450mAh battery, a 20MP front shooter, a 20+16MP rear camera with an aperture of f/1.7, and Android 8.1 pre-installed. There should be an 8+256GB variant as well priced around 5000 yuan.

At last, some rumors prove the company will skip the name of OnePlus 6 and will use the OnePlus 7 or OnePlus 8. They think it will skip all even number like the case of OnePlus 4. But as you know, OnePlus thought 4 is an unlucky number and skipped it. There has been no hint at the unluckiness of the other even numbers.

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