OnePlus 6 Review: Can This Notch-Totting Phone Match Its Peers?
OnePlus 6 launched in two variants, gets a glass body with a notch. Find out if it’s worth buying.
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OnePlus 6 finally launched in India few weeks back and this year the phone is priced at Rs 2,000 more than the OnePlus 5T. It still comes in two options: 6GB with 64GB storage, and 8GB with 128GB storage onboard.
So, what’s new with the OnePlus 6 and does it carry enough weight to justify its meagre price hike? Find out everything about the OnePlus 6 in this review.
The phone comes with Snapdragon 845 which lets the phone perform faster, good for multitasking and a delight for gamers with heavy-duty needs. In terms of design, OnePlus 6 sports a 19:9 ratio screen with the notch on the front and ditches the home button in favour of gesture-based navigation.
The glass body on the OnePlus 6 makes it look elegant but compared to using metal finish, we find this less durable. The phone packs the same 16 and 20 megapixel snappers at the back but their sensors have been upgraded, which allows you to shoot 1080p and 4K slow motion recording, up to 60fps.
The main camera sensor at the back now gets optical image stabilisation (IOS) and Electronic image stabilisation (EIS) as well.
The battery size remains the same at 3300mAh but with dash charging that offers 10 to 60 percent in less than half an hour, that’s never been our concern with any of the OnePlus devices.
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