Yes, you are one of them who is eagerly waiting for the OnePlus’ upcoming flagship device: OnePlus 6. The device is everywhere on the internet for a lot of reasons and probably now, it’s official launch date is the one thing which is unknown to us. Other than that, everything we know so far. Recently, the device got so much attention because of official confirmation of notch and OnePlus CEO Pete Lau has already justified some technical advantages of that notch.

Surprisingly, now CEO Pete Lau has confirmed key features of upcoming OnePlus 6 device. On its official blog post, CEO Mr. Lau says, ‘Our pursuit of burdenless speed.‘ OnePlsu 6 launch is not so far and it is truly interesting, just before its launch Pete Lau confirmed key features reveals that under the hood, OnePlus going to fit Snapdragon 845 chipset which is going to paired with 8-gigabytes of RAM and 256-gigabytes of internal storage. However, for some reasons, it is not surprising. But, definitely, the device will provide top-notch performance with this components.

at OnePlus, we’re committed to achieving a truly “burdenless” experience.

 – Pete Lau

In his official blog post, Mr. Lau answers of the most asked question, “How do we create the best possible user experience?” The OnePlus company is focusing on the mobile phone which can deliver the super smooth user experience without any lag or freezing. It is obvious, the mobile you are using should be stand out very well on your daily use. “Within the OnePlus R&D team, we have a specialized team called Team FSE (Fast, Stable, Efficient). Their focus is solely on maximizing the power of our flagship devices.”, Lau said.

In the recent time, the smartphones are getting even better. The mobile phone manufacturers are mainly focusing on the performance of their mobile phones. OnePlus is one them who daily observes their users and understands what their users’ need. On the basis of that, the OnePlus company is focusing on the “truly Burdenless smartphone.” Pete Lay said, “Choosing the best hardware is the easy part, the real challenge is in making the best hardware perform in ways that adds value to the experience of the user.”