OnePlus 6 To Have Three Variants: Price List Revealed

OnePlus 6 To Have Three Variants: Price List Revealed

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Though OnePlus hasn’t announced when it is going to launch its next flagship, we can assume its launch date is way closers than you can think. We think so as we have been getting leaks and rumors concerning the OnePlus 6 more frequently. Say, today, we have already managed to take a look at the photo showing this phone will sport a Snapdragon 845 (though no one has been doubting) or it’s been said the alert slider will also control the focus adjustment. But how much this hands will cost still remains a mystery.

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Today, an Indian media, Truetech listed alleged price information concerning the OnePlus 6. According to the source, there will be three versions. The 6+64GB model should cost around 33.999 – 36.999 INR ($523-570); the 6+128GB model should be priced at 38.999 – 42.999 INR ($600-662); and the Premium variant with an 8GB of RAM and 256GB of ROM will come at 44.999 – 48.999 INR ($693-754). Earlier we have heard the latter will cost 5000 yuan ($800). So this information sounds quite trustworthy.

In addition, the source also mentioned the OnePlus Bullets Wireless headset that has leaked a few days back. We know the OP6 will cancel the headphone jack on the body, and most likely it will uncover the Apple AirPods-like headset at the same conference. Unfortunately, no pricing information is provided for it.

To understand whether these price tags are competitive of not we have to recall the key features of the OnePlus 6. According to the previous leaks, the phone sports SND845, 6/8GB RAM, 64/128/256GB of native storage, 6.28-inch full-screen with a small notch and a 1080p resolution, 3450mAh battery, dual-camera and so on. OnePlus models have always been pricey. So in this sense, we can state the company didn’t revise its price policy.

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