OnePlus 6 Camera: The first sample pictures have arrived

The OnePlus 6 teasers are ramping up, as the company moves closer to unveiling its summer 2018 flagship.

Following a number of renders and spec reveals, the company’s founder has now posted the first images taken with the OnePlus 6 cameras.

Pete Lau posted the varied full-resolution images taken using the 16-megapixel rear-facing camera on the forthcoming phone.

The images, which show buildings, flower beds and a stained glass window illustrate what it’ll be capable of when lighting conditions are favourable.

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We know the images were taken using a 16-megapixel camera due to the metadata associated with the photos.

You can see a selection from the Weibo post (via GSM Arena) below:

Although the photos look detailed and vivid, it’s impossible to draw too many conclusions about the quality until we get our hands on the eagerly anticipated handset.

The firm is sure to include a dual camera set-up, which is expected to offer 16-megapixel and 20-megapixel snappers.

A leaked image of the smartphone last week appeared to show the DxO Mark logo, perhaps suggesting the company is chasing a rating from the imaging-focused reviews platform.

OnePlus is yet to announce a launch date for the OnePlus 6, beyond committing to release the phone by the end of June.

We know it’ll have a Snapdragon 845 processor with up to 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. We also know the bezel-free display will have a notch, which can be masked via the software.

Judging by the sheer volume of information the company is currently posting, it’s clear OnePlus is closing in on a launch event sooner rather than later.

We’d suggest more information may be forthcoming before April its out.

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