We are just 2 days away from the official launch of the OnePlus 6 in London, which I will hopefully be attending.

As with all flagship phones nowadays, there has been a constant stream of leaks in the past few months giving us an idea of the specification of the phone. Amazon has been the latest company to leak details of the new phone.

Serial leaker Winfuture found that Amazon Germany prematurely listed the OnePlus 6 which should be available from 22 May with a listed price of 519 euros and 569 euros for the 2 variants.

There will be 2 storage options one with 64 GB flash memory, while the second comes with 128 GB.

The device will have a 6.28-inch Optic AMOLED display, which works with 2280×1080 pixels and is therefore in 19: 9 format you will also get a notch which we already knew about.

Just like all none Huawei flagship phones, this will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 Octa-core SoC, and it will be combined with 6GB of RAM.

The rear camera will consist of a 16- and a 20-megapixel sensor with optical image stabilisation, portrait mode and slow-motion support is located on the back.

Amazon didn’t list the battery size, but it is believed to be 3300mAh along with dash-charge.

OnePlus uses Gorilla Glass 5 on both sides on the front and back with the frame being made of aluminium.

The listing stated that it would be water repellent, and this confirms previous leaks, though it is unclear about the exact IP certification.

The phone will also include a headphone jack.

If the Euro pricing is correct, and we get a perfect currency conversion that will price the phone at £457.63 so maybe £459, which would make it £10 then the launch price of the OnePlus 5T so I would assume this is fairly accurate.