OnePlus 6 renders along with the price of the phone have leaked on Amazon's German website just a few days before the company is set to officially announce the device, which takes place during OnePlus' event on May 16. The Amazon listing for the phone has since been pulled down but not before the leaked images were all captured along with some details and the cost. Prior to being removed the listing showcased that OnePlus will be launching the OnePlus 6 in a 64GB storage model and a 128GB storage model, with the former costing €519 and the latter costing €569.
What's more is that the listing also revealed what is believed to be the launch date. According to Amazon Germany the phone will be launched on May 22 which is around a week after the company's announcement event, meaning there won't be a super long wait for consumers that are looking to buy this new phone from OnePlus. Of course it's also likely that OnePlus will give its customers the opportunity to place pre-orders for the OnePlus 6 prior to the actual release date, and if that ends up being the case then pre-orders would probably start the day of the announcement.
Some specs details were also listed with the leak suggesting that the OnePlus 6 will come in two different colors, at least to start, which will be Mirror Black and Midnight Black, and will come equipped with a 6.28-inch Optic AMOLED display with a 19:9 aspect ratio and 2,280 x 1,080 resolution. These latest leaks also show the notch which has been in most other leaks up till now, though the notch wasn't really a surprise as OnePlus already confirmed the phone would have one prior to most of the recent leaks that had surfaced in the past month or so. The specs also listed options for 6GB or 8GB of RAM, as well as the Snapdragon 845 processor being the CPU inside the device.