A day before OnePlus 6 is set to go official, all its first-party accessories have apparently leaked. The set of products includes a handful of cases for the phone and a tempered glass screen protector. The leak also details their prices specific to the regions they'll be launching in alongside the OnePlus 6. The leak reveals a total of six hard-shell back covers with different finishes – Ebony Wood, Karbon, Nylon Black, Red, Sandstone Black, and a Black Flip Cover. Their prices are said to vary from $19.95 to $29.95, with the source claiming that all of the prices seen in the gallery below are the exact figures for each region and not merely derived from currency conversions.
Besides back covers, the leaked accessories also include an alleged OnePlus-branded screen protector for the upcoming flagship that is said to cost £17.95 in the UK. The screen protector has black bezels on all sides to cover the entire front of the phone, except for the notch, for which a cutout has been included. The photos were leaked in a tweet which has since been taken down. Earlier today, a retail box of the OnePlus 6 leaked, revealing a familiar, minimalist design. Amazon Germany briefly listed the phone on its website earlier this month, revealing its official renders and EU prices. According to that source, the Android flagship will cost €519 or €569, depending on whether you opt for the 64GB or 128GB storage models.
The handset is set to debut globally at a London event taking place tomorrow, May 16. It is expected to feature a 6.28-inch AMOLED display with 2,280 x 1,080 resolution and a 19:9 aspect ratio. The phone has been confirmed to come equipped with Qualcomm's top-end Snapdragon 845 chipset that will be paired with either 6GB or 8 GB of RAM, in addition to boasting up to 256GB of flash memory. With a design overhaul, the upcoming flagship is said to feature a glass back, while some form of water resistance is also set to be part of the package. Two rear cameras will continue to be on offer but they will now be positioned centrally in a vertical orientation, as indicated by previous leaks.