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It has the goods to deliver a true flagship experience – Technology News, Firstpost



After much speculation about its flagship offering, countless leaks and a long wait, OnePlus has finally announced the OnePlus 6 in London and launches at $ 529. The device is expected to receive its Indian award at the India Launch event in Mumbai on May 17. Three variants – 6 GB + 64 GB, 8 GB + 128 GB and 8 GB + 256 GB – were presented.

  OnePlus 6 Image: tech2 / Nimish Sawant

OnePlus 6 Image: tech2 / Nimish Sawant

I have been using the OnePlus 6 for almost a week now and here are my first impressions of the OnePlus's response to flagships of Google, Samsung, Apple and Huawei.

Build and Design

The first thing that immediately comes to mind is that the OnePlus 6 is quite handful. OnePlus wanted to reach the maximum display area using a 6.28 inch FHD + optics AMOLED display.

There used to be a time when this would almost go into the tablet or more recently phablet category.

But considering that most smartphones today exceed the 5.5-inch screen size without flinching, this nomenclature of a phablet has disappeared from our techology.

  OnePlus 6 Image: tech2 / Nimish Sawant

OnePlus 6 Image: tech2 / Nimish Sawant

OnePlus has used Corning Gorilla Glass 5 both front and back. And the back, well, it's just the greatest device after the Huawei P20 Pro we've seen lately. The choice of using Midnight Black is reminiscent of the now discontinued OnePlus X, the version with the ceramic base. Unlike other devices, however, the glass back of the OnePlus 6 is not suitable for wireless charging. And since it is a glass back, it also collects a lot of fingerprints so that a microfibre cloth is at hand to clean the stains. The only solution is to snap the silicone cover that comes with the phone or snap it into any custom cover. But with that gorgeous back, you'd want to show it. But the glass bottom also means that you have to be very careful when using, as a fall smashes the rear glass.

  OnePlus 6 Image: tech2 / Nimish Sawant

OnePlus 6 Image: tech2 / Nimish Sawant

  19659004] OnePlus has retained the Horizonline design that was featured on previous phones. The base of the OnePlus 6 also comes with a very gradual incline. It houses the mono speaker grill, a USB Type C charging and data transfer port, a microphone and a 3.5mm audio jack. Kudos to OnePlus for keeping the headphone jack. But there is no bundled headset - cost reduction can not be an excuse for OnePlus. </p>
<div id=  OnePlus 6 Image: tech2 / Nimish Sawant

OnePlus 6 Image: tech2 / Nimish Sawant

The position of the warning glider has a shift. You now have it right above the power / standby button on the right edge. The functions remain the same. You still can not program it the way you want it. But it still retains this textured finish and sturdy mechanism. The volume control button is located on the left edge and directly above them is the dual SIM card slot. The top edge is clean and houses only the microphone. You notice the antenna cut lines on the left and right edges.

  OnePlus 6 Image: tech2 / Nimish Sawant

OnePlus 6 Image: tech2 / Nimish Sawant

The display comes with the Notch design, therefore, accompanied by a chin, but without a fingerprint sensor, as this is now shifted backwards , In the recess are only the earpiece speaker and the front camera.

  OnePlus 6 Image: tech2 / Nimish Sawant

OnePlus 6 Image: tech2 / Nimish Sawant

The back of the OnePlus 6 comes with the glass back which curls beautifully around the edges to merge with the metal frame. There is no sharp edge here, and not at the front where the frame meets the glass. You get a dual camera setup with the cameras arranged vertically – 16 MP primary camera with OIS on top and a 20 MP secondary camera underneath. Below the cameras is a dual LED flash unit, followed by the curved rectangular fingerprint scanner. The OnePlus logo is centered directly under the fingerprint scanner.

In the design department, OnePlus 6, with the exception of one blatant omission – the IP Certification – definitely meets all the right boxes. OnePlus claims that the phone is resistant to water splashes.

Chipset, RAM, Memory

As with most OnePlus devices, the specifications have gone so far. However, it is no longer the nickname & # 39; Flagship Killer & # 39; used. So for starters, you have the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC, which has an octa-core processor along with the Adreno 630 GPU. This is paired with 6GB or 8GB of RAM and the three memory types are 64GB, 128GB and 256GB. The mirror black edition I tested comes with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of memory, of which about 105 GB are usable. However, there is no microSD card to expand the memory.

Software and operating system

  OnePlus 6 Image: tech2 / Nimish Sawant

OnePlus 6 Image: tech2 / Nimish Sawant

Get Android 8.1 OS support with OxygenOS 5.1.2 out of the box. OnePlus also soon announced support for Android P (we did not specify an exact date) and was one of the many brands that Google promised to work with the Android P on non-pixel devices. The clean OxygenOS makes it very conducive to being upgraded to Android P. There is minimal bloatware and that was one of the strengths of OnePlus. In our full review we will learn more about the gestures and interactions with the OxygenOS.

Camera and battery

The OnePlus 6 is equipped with a dual-camera setup with the cameras centered in a vertical orientation. There is a 16 MP main camera above and a 20 MP secondary camera below. Both cameras come with a f / 1.7 lens. The 16 MP camera has a 1.22 micron Sony IMX 519 pixel sensor, while the secondary camera uses the 1 micron Sony IMX 376K sensor.

  OnePlus 6 Image: tech2 / Nimish Sawant

OnePlus 6 Image: tech2 / Nimish Sawant

The camera interface is simple and taken from the previous generation. The OnePlus 6 supports a slow motion mode with 480 fps, which offers 720p resolution. You also get a video editor to select the position where you want to slow down the action. It is able to shoot 4K at 60 fps on the rear camera.

Regarding the battery, you get the same 3,300mAh battery inside the OnePlus 6 that was seen on its predecessor. The phone supports Dash Charging and bundles a Dashladegerät in the box.

Conclusion

  OnePlus 6 Image: tech2 / Nimish Sawant

OnePlus 6 Image: tech2 / Nimish Sawant

The OnePlus 6, at least on paper, looks like it has the goods to a real one Deliver flagship experience. How all of the internal specifications come together to help with the overall use of the device can be seen in the full review, which will be released shortly. Honor 10 which started one day earlier will certainly be a competitor to the OnePlus 6. We will find out in the next few weeks which cell phones among these two consumers will win.

Disclosure: The correspondent was invited to launch the OnePlus 6 from OnePlus India, which covered his travel, accommodation and lodging expenses.


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