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OnePlus 6 retail box leaked ahead of launch

15 May 2018 4

There’s really nothing much left to know about the OnePlus 6. Since the beginning of the year, leaks after leaks have been flooding the internet. Most of which turned out to be true and confirmed by the CEO himself. An example of this is the notch which the OnePlus 6 bears on the front of its display. Love it or hate it, you simply can’t ignore it as it is a popular trend for the smartphones of 2018. In addition to this, we have even come across leaks of its accessories and even the box of its special Avengers edition. Well, the leaks continue to pour in as a picture of the official box of the OnePlus 6 has been leaked.


This could very well be a fake image but considering that it’s so close to the smartphone’s official launch date and the fact that it bears a striking resemblance to the boxes of the previous OnePlus phones make it believable. The box is a white rectangular one with the OnePlus logo centred at the top of the box. The front of the box has the number “6” embedded in it, signifying the OnePlus 6, the same as done by the company on the box of the OnePlus 5 and OnePlus 3. Unfortunately, we only have a view of the front of the box and not actually the opened box itself.

However, we know enough to form our own impression of the device even before its official launch. A lot of this is owed to the goof-up made by Amazon.de when it listed the OnePlus 6 on its website. Well, to find out more, wait till the 16th of May!

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