The base model costs Rs 34,999 while the 128GB model is priced at Rs 39,999. However, unlike the OnePlus 6 which comes two variants in India, 6GB + 64GB and 8GB + 128GB, the Avengers edition model will only be offered with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage.
The phone also comes with an Iron Man mask-shaped case, which, as far as flashy cases go, is one of the coolest we've seen.
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OnePlus has unveiled its new OnePlus 6 smartphone at an event in London, created to take on the top phones in the market with a more affordable price.
The device is powered by a 3,300 mAh battery and comes with the proprietary dash charger which promises a day's worth of usage in only 30 minutes of charging time. What's changed is the build of the phone that now boasts a carbon-textured back.
OnePlus 6 sports a dual camera setup at rear which includes 16-megapixels+20-megapixels sensors with dual LED flash, f/1.7 aperture, Portrait mode, HDR, and Pro mode. The device is capable of Slow Motion video recording at 480 fps. The front camera has a 16MP Sony IMX371 sensor with f/2.0 aperture and EIS, which takes care of your selfies as well as facial unlocking software. The company has also promised to roll out Android P beta update starting this week. OnePlus says that this will be available through the community.More news: Angry Alabaster Trump Supporting Lawyer Under Fire For Threatening Spanish-Speaking Workers
On the UI front, the device comes with exclusive Avengers theme and five different Avengers wallpapers. If you are an Amazon Prime subscriber, you'll get a first attempt at ordering a new OnePlus 6 for yourself, with access available to buy from 21 May itself.
SPECTACULAR: Over 1,500 fans and media attended the global launch of the OnePlus 6 at the Copper Box Arena in London. It also has copper coloured buttons inspired by Thanos's Infinity Gaunlet.
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The company's mantra has been to offer high-end specifications and top-notch performance at a much lower price compared to flagships from Samsung, LG, HTC, and Apple. The colour options include Mirror Black, Midnight Black and a limited-edition Silk White option. This is the highest storage that has ever been offered on a OnePlus phone and it looks like the company has reserved this for its special edition variant.