With everyone’s attention on the recently announced Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+, it’s only fitting the upcoming OnePlus 6 would steal some of that thunder. We’re not expecting the OnePlus 6 to launch until sometime around June, but it seems there will be plenty of leaks to hold us over until then.
In fact, we already got our first good look at an alleged prototype, cluing us into some of the design changes the OnePlus 6 could have in store. A full glass back, bezel-less display with a iPhone X-like notch are among the more notable characteristics, some of which is being confirmed in a new leak.
The guys at Android Central have obtained AnTuTu benchmark scores that are said to come from the OnePlus 6 (A6000). With scores in the high 276,000, it seemingly confirms the phone’s use of a Snapdragon 845 processor (no real surprise there).
The screenshots also show a large gap up at the top of the notification bar, which appears to be a little thicker than usual. It’s this, in conjunction with the clock in the upper left corner (just like we’re now seeing on Android P), that there’s a good chance the phone could have a notch — just like those leaks we saw last week.
We’ll have to wait for more leaks to learn more, but right now it’s looking like notch fanatics (do they even exist?) will have yet another upcoming Android phone to salivate over.