So we all know that the newest phone from OnePlus will be called the OnePlus 6, we know how much it will cost (at least approximately), and we all know the flagship phone is due for a launch sometime in the next few weeks.
Accompanying the tweet is a short clip of water splashing off a hard surface.
First, let's discuss the water-resistant feature of OnePlus 6, this feature has been confirmed by the company itself.
That said, I can't help but wonder whether we'll be getting notch-related OnePlus 6 teasers in the near future. All phones smartphones till the OnePlus 5T do not have the IP67/68 rating, but now the upcoming OnePlus 6 will finally be safe from the natural elements such as water, dust and especially rainwater. The smartphone will be powered by Snapdragon 845, with its CPU clocked at 2.7 GHz, which we heard outperforms all existing flagships in terms of speed all thanks to its insanely fast CPU.
OnePlus 5 and OnePlus 5T, which were launched only past year come with some kind of water resistance, but the company never really officially confirmed the resistance against water and dust for its phones.
While OnePlus have been pushing the boundary with better specs and different textures, they have been quite reluctant when it comes to water resistance.
As per latest reports, OnePlus 6 is expected to come with a 6.2-inch full HD+ (2160x1080p) screen having 19:9 aspect ratio.
"Don't you just hate it when you have to stop using your phone when it rains?" While the OnePlus 5 debuted with the lineup's first dual-camera setup to date and included a telephoto lens, the OnePlus 5T ended up scrapping such a glass module in favor of a more conventional lens. In a not so surprising turn of events (because it happened before), OnePlus founder Pete Lau (Liu Zuohu) recently published some high-quality pictures taken with the upcoming OnePlus 6.
This piece of information came from the OnePlus India Tweeter page, with them posting a tweet that hinted at the fact that OnePlus 6 may come with these two features. The phone will also allow users to shoot 4K videos. The teaser doesn't mention if it will be IP57, IP67 or IP68 certified but being a flagship smartphone one can expect it to be nothing less that IP67. All the photos have been captured in daylight, one out of the 7 sample photos show a portrait-mode shot of the tulips.