OnePlus 6 price list for India leaked; starts at Rs. 33,999

Chinese startup owned by OPPO OnePlus is expected to release the company’s forthcoming “FlagShip Killer” smartphone OnePlus 6 in the coming month. Ahead of the launch, many leaked images and the renders of the smartphone has begun to surface, along with the possible specification. Today, the official possible pricing list of the OnePlus 6 for India has leaked, showing every price details of all the variants. Also, the list hints to a topper variant named OnePlus 6 Premium with 256GB of internal storage.

According to the analysts, OnePlus will fix the price details for the new smartphones a little higher than the usual price margin. However, it seems the base-variant does not price too much as the fans feared. The smartphone comes with 64GB of Internal storage in the lowest model, which is to be priced between Rs. 33,999 and Rs. 36,999 (Approx. $523 and $569), according to the leak source. Just above, the 128GB variant comes with a price tag of Rs. 38,999 to Rs 42,999 ($599 to $661) which seems a little bit overpriced compared to the company’s usual pricing pattern.

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Apart from the usual variants aforementioned, the company also launches a higher version of the OnePlus 6 with 256GB of internal storage space, which is supposed to be paired with a humongous amount of RAM onboard – 12GB, which would be the highest in the industry. It is expected to be priced between Rs. 44,999 and Rs. 48,999 (Approx. $692 and $753). The price list also claims the existence of OnePlus Bullets Wireless earphones. All the three variants of the smartphone will be powered with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845, 6GB/8GB/12GB RAM onboard. The display of the devices will sport a notch on the top, which is being much ubiquitous in the market.

As the launch date for the OnePlus 6 and OnePlus 6 Premium are set for next month, the company will make the final pricing decision soon, say sources.

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