OnePlus 6 has been leaked in shades of white and black by none other than Amitabh Bachchan, the company’s brand ambassador in India in the actors own Twitter account.

Adding up to all the leaks and revelations that we have had of the OnePlus 6, here is another one that reveals the phone arriving in shades of matte white and a glossy black. Interestingly, the revelation comes from none other than the Chinese company’s brand ambassador in India, Amitabh Bachchan.

The image that got leaked includes that of the chief executive Pete Lau who seems to be introducing the phone to Sr. Bachchan. Lau is seen holding a OnePlus 6 sporting a white shade while the Bollywood megastar too has the phone on his hands having a glossy black finish.

What’s more, the images were posted on Sr. Bachchan’s own official Twitter page, only to be removed a while later. The actor tweeted later another image depicting the chief executive and himself with the phone not to be seen anywhere.

The Chinese company meanwhile released a video showcasing the super Slo-Mo capabilities of the phone though the technicalities have not been touched upon. Guess the company is holding on to it for revealing during the official global launch that is planned on May 16. That would be followed by a launch in India the very next day, that is on May 17.

The OnePlus 6 that got leaked in the accidental tweet meanwhile seems to confirm all that we have known of the phone so far. That includes a dual lens rear camera arranged in a vertical stack along the middle of the device. Sitting just below it is the fingerprint sensor which again sports a unique rectangular shape.

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The rest of the details that we have known of the phone so far include a Snapdragon 845 core mated to either a 6 or an 8 GB RAM. Storage options include 64 and 128 GB though a 256 GB top-end version is also speculated. The phone is also confirmed to have an iPhone X style notch at the top though the company has said there would be the provision to black it out if users so wanted.

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