It's two days until the OnePlus 6 launch event, when the company will unveil the phone that was leaked to hell weeks ago. But there's always room to take a look at more unofficial stuff, and there's the whole pricing situation to worry about. Luckily there are more renders to peak at if you're that impatient, along with what is alleged to be the phone's European pricing.
These renders and details came from product pages that somebody accidentally posted a bit early on Amazon Germany. The pages were taken down, but not before WinFuture managed to nab all the pictures and relevant details. The pages themselves revealed that the phone will be available in two black colours: Mirror Black and Midnight Black, though there was no mention of the white we've seen in other official videos and accidental leaks.
The pages also confirmed that the phone will have a dual lens camera featuring a 20MP and 16MP lens, optical image stabilisation, portrait mode, slo-mo video, a Gorilla Glass 5 display, and water resistance. OnePlus itself has already confirmed that there will be multiple models available, with a choice of 6GB or 8GB of RAM, alongside 64, 128, and 256 GB of storage. It's also confirmed the phone will have a headphone jack, a Snapdragon 845 chipset, and a notch at the top of the display.
As for pricing, a similar leak (via Slashleaks) seems to confirm that the 64GB model will cost €519, while the 128GB model will be €569. Those convert to around £458 and £502, respectively. While that's no indication on how much the final price will be here in the UK, it suggests that the phone will be slightly more expensive than the OnePlus 5T which started at £449.