Sometime last year, iPhone X came with full-screen and since then, many Android smartphones have integrated this specialty. In fact, most Android flagships now see this feature as absolutely “necessary”. Recently, Pete Lau, OnePlus CEO, gave a detailed description of OnePlus 6 design where he described the phone as “Honest”. He also stated that OP6 will use a glass rear which suggests wireless charging compatibility. This morning, we have a new image from OnePlus official Weibo account and the company claims that the texture is “transparent”. As you can see from the picture below, the entire back shell of the new flagship is very rounded and looks very smooth.
OnePlus emphasized that although OP6 is not the first smartphone to use a glass rear, it is confident that it will provide users with a new dimension of the glass process. Specifically, the OnePlus 6 glass process design revolves around “value sense” and “feel”. Compared to metals, glass is more visually sensitive to create a transparent, bright, and pure feeling. OnePlus 6 design team tried over 70 programs before it arrived at the current design.
The OnePlus 6 rear is printed on five layers using nanotechnology. According to OnePlus, this is the first attempt in the smartphone industry. Although the increase in the number of paintings is difficult to visually perceive, it can be very sensitive when it is in your hand. From previous reports, OP6 will arrive sometime next month and it will be equipped with a 6.28-inch full-screen and will be powered by a Snapdragon 845 SoC coupled with 8GB LPDDR4X RAM and 256GB UFS 2.1 flash memory. It will run on Android 8.1 and its lights will be kept on by a 3450mAh battery.