OnePlus has come out with another teaser for its upcoming flagship, the OnePlus 6. The smartphone is expected to be launched any time from now as teasers and leaks are starting to show up even from the company. The company has itself revealed a lot of specs, features, and design elements of the OnePlus 6. Now, in the fresh teaser, a photo has been released that shows the left side of the phone.

OnePlus took to Twitter and posted an image that shows the OnePlus 5T placed on top of a smartphone that is allegedly the OnePlus 6. It reveals a few more details about its design. As of now, we have got to know most of the features of the OnePlus 6- such as it will feature a display with a notch, a dual camera setup at the back and it will be powered by a Snapdragon 845 processor with at least 8GB of RAM and up to 256GB storage.

OnePlus 6 Fresh leak

If we talk about the fresh teaser, it shows OnePlus 5T and OnePlus 6 compared. The noticeable difference looks in the antenna lines as they do not run into the back panel of OnePlus 6, suggesting a glass back. So, a glass back means that OnePlus 6 might finally get wireless charging. Apart from this, a metal frame is also visible and the smartphone appears to be the same size as the OnePlus 5T.

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Furthermore, a new placement for the Alert Slider has also suggested as it is not present on the left side as seen with previous OnePlus phones. Also, in a previous leak, the Alert Slider has been teased to get a new “Slide to Focus” feature. So, the alert slider might double up as a focus slider for the camera on OnePlus 6.

If we talk about other recent leaks, the renders of the OnePlus 6 revealed that the phone might be launched in three color variants – White, Black, and Blue. The Blue color variant is being the latest addition to the OnePlus line-up. The images also confirm the OnePlus 6 will come with an edge-to-edge display with a notch.

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