The previous week, OnePlus CEO Pete Lau had revealed the first formal picture of OnePlus 6 showcasing its notched screen. It appears that the display design of OP6 might not have obtained a good response by the OnePlus lovers. Moreover, last month, an opinion poll executed by popular tipster Evan Blass on Twitter had gained 11,000 votes. It is shown that merely 8 percent favored notched assisted screen on a handset and 65 percentage disliked it. The poll revealed that notched aided handsets are extensively unpopular among handset owners. So OnePlus CEO has verified through OnePlus community forums that the firm is going to be offering a method to deactivate the notch after the release of OnePlus 6. OnePlus has affirmed that they are going to roll out a software upgrade after the unveiling of OP6 which will carry a black-out aspect. This function will blacken the screen area on both sides of the notch to ensure it mimics a normal thin-sized bezel.
This reminds of Huawei P20 as well as P20 Pro handsets that as well include an alternative to concealing the notch on the display screen. Lau stated on the OnePlus forums that the firm had taken into account including a black-out feature at the early developmental phases of the forthcoming flagship handset. Obviously, during that time it is determined not to incorporate this function as it planned to provide optimum display space for the users of One Plus 6. Now the firm has agreed to include this feature by taking into account the opinions of its fans. OnePlus has lately affirmed that the OnePlus 6 will carry Snapdragon 845 processor along with 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of inbuilt storage. Additionally, the device is anticipated to sport a vertical dual camera setup along with a fingerprint scanner on its backside panel. Based on the reports this 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB version of device will be priced around 4,399 Yuan ($697) while the 6 GB RAM with 64 GB storage variant will cost around 3,299 Yuan ($523) and 6 GB RAM with 128 GB variant priced at 3, 599 Yuan ($571).