The OnePlus 6 is here and it’s as feature-packed as all the rumours suggested.
This new flagship from the Chinese firm arrives with a giant 6.28-inch edge-to-edge display, fast Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and all-glass design.
There’s also a dual-lens rear camera, fast charging battery and improved waterproofing.
“With the OnePlus 6, we challenged ourselves to deliver an external design as smooth and elegant as the work we’ve done inside the device,” said OnePlus Founder and CEO Pete Lau.
“We’re proud of what we’ve accomplished, and we hope our users are too.”
So, with all of these flagship specs how much is the new OnePlus 6 going to cost you?
Well, there’s some good and bad news.
Firstly the bad news as the OnePlus 6 is more expensive than the OnePlus 5T.
However, somehow OnePlus has managed to only add an extra £20 to the price of the standard phone.
This means you can grab the OnePlus for £469.
For that money you’ll get the 64GB Mirror Black model with 6GB of RAM.
If you want more power it will cost a bit extra with the 128GB version with 8GB RAM coming in at £519.
There is one final OnePlus 6 which comes with a whopping 256GB and 8GB of RAM.
If you want this ultimate device it will set you back £569.
These different models arrive in a number of colours and styles and here’s the full list below.
OnePlus 6 Mirror Black 64GB – £469
OnePlus 6 Mirror Black 128GB – £519
OnePlus 6 Midnight Black 128GB – £519
OnePlus 6 Midnight Black 256GB – £569
OnePlus 6 Silk White 128GB – £519
OnePlus 6 in 64 GB, 128 GB and 256 GB storage options will be available on oneplus.com in North America and in Europe on May 22.
The limited-edition Silk White with 128 GB of storage will be available for purchase on June 5th.