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Pete Lau shares the first camera samples taken with the OnePlus 6

OnePlus CEO gives us an early look at the camera capabilities of the OnePlus 6.

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The OnePlus 6 hype machine is in full swing, with the Chinese manufacturer teasing new details about its upcoming flagship on a daily basis now. We saw yesterday that the phone will be the first OnePlus device to offer water resistance, and just a few hours later OnePlus CEO Pete Lau shared the first camera samples taken with the device on Weibo.

The photos give us a preview of the OnePlus 6’s camera capabilities, and the metadata suggests the device will sport a 16MP primary camera. The photos were taken at Stanford, and certainly look impressive.

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With the teasers coming in thick and fast, it’s likely OnePlus will officially unveil its upcoming flagship in a matter of weeks. The phone will sport a Snapdragon 845 and come with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage, along with a new “refined” form factor.

What do you make of the first set of images taken with the OnePlus 6?

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