The OnePlus 6 is due to launch at a special event in London on 16th May. And following countless leaks and official teasers, tech fanatics have drawn up detailed renders of what they believe the phone will look like.
Serial leaker @OnLeaks has provided new images which show a phone with an all–screen front and a notch at the top of the display, as well as tweaked volume controls.
Around the back, there's a dual lens camera with a rear fingerprint scanner located just underneath.
Keen to find out more about the OnePlus 6? Here's five things we know so far.
This tallies with OnePlus’s own official missives on social media about the OnePlus 6. The company is said to also be priming a larger, 256GB model for the first time, as well as a host of internal hardware upgrades.
There’s no official word yet on price, but it’s likely the cost will rise slightly from last year's OnePlus 5.
The entry-level 64GB device is expected to come in at around £499.
The phone will be one of a growing band to support the notch first seen on Apple’s iPhone X.