OnePlus 6 Review: A Appropriate Phone with Reasonable Price
OnePlus has just Introduced its Leading smartphone OnePlus 6, retaining the traditional sensation, the finest smartphone that ever launched by OnePlus, the prices will start from $529. Once again OnePlus has greatly succeeded in overtaking the price for quality and performance. Before going into depth one thing I would like to mention that this review is neutral and based on normal daily use.
Keep reading the whole review and find out what’s new and improved in OnePlus 6.
If we compare the Prior, the new OnePlus has various variations, display has changed with 6.02-inch AMOLED 1080 x 2280 higher resolution, although the change in display is not quite larger for you if you are upgrading from 5T and no doubt new display has perfect picture quality, vibrant colors, brightness enhancer for outdoor use, if you are still confused and unsatisfied then OnePlus 6 has something more for you, sRGB mood has flawless color accuracy functions, enhance and fine tune colors just the way you like, make display black and white for more realistic e-book experience, and I personally think its 2k resolution can not neglect at least in my own review.
OnePlus 6 comes with very reasonable storage capacities, 64 GB, 128 GB and 256 GB, jump to the Random Access Memory that also rocks, start with minimum of 6 GB and goes on 8 GB that is pretty enough, as OnePlus 6 is offering vast storage capacity though it doesn’t support any Micro SDs.
Now Supporting Bluetooth 5 for experience seamless wireless music and 3.5 mm headphone jack as well, while most of the other big brands consider it unnecessary.
OnePlus 6 delivers Dirac HD sound rather Dolby ATMOS, though both have their own specifications both have a crystal clear sound quality and offers flawless listening experience.
Accessories are quite limited in the box, even it does not include any headphones as it is the way to reduce the cost of a smartphone, infect mostly included headphones are not as much good in quality but you can buy OnePlus’s Authorized Bluetooth Headphones at stores for $69.99.
Finger Print Scanner has changed to oval shape with speed of as fast as ever, the best scanner yet!
Face unlocking feature also changed slightly, in 5T the Face Unlock feature wasn’t very satisfied but in OP6 they advanced it.
OnePlus comes with Oxygen OS, which is fast and reliable. The version works on Android 8.1 Oreo. The best part of it that you can do true multitasking, Yes I mean True! You will say whats new in it; it comes up with most of the smartphones today: then Let me explain to you…
You can run more than one sessions of one app, yes! It means you can run more than one login session on Facebook, twitter etc. without of logout the older one. Just switch between different logins.
OnePlus retains the camera quality; OP6 has dual cameras of 16 and 20MP while the 16MP camera has Sony IMX 519 sensor for better low light picture quality and 20MP has the same sensor as was in the predecessor. Comparing with 5T, OP6 has better vibrant pictures with sharper colors in low light.
Glossy Metal back with glass, wider display, Bevel smooth edges complete its beauty. Thanks to Gorilla Glass 5 which provides armor to it. Although it has severe changes, it still looks like OnePlus 5T a bit.
LED screen covers up almost all the front panel. The phone comes with Mirror black, midnight black, and silk white. Overall it’s a nice and appropriate phone with reasonable price.
Dimensions and weight
|White, black, midnight black
OxygenOS, Android 8.1 Oreo
Wi-Fi: 2×2 MIMO, 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, 2.4G/5G
155.7 x 75,4 x 7.75mm 177g
Fingerprint, Electronic compass, Hall, Gyroscope, Proximity, Ambient light, Sensor hub, Accelerometer
3,300mAh, Dash Charge (5V 4A)
Main: 16MP Sony IMX 519 sensor with 1.22μm pixels
64GB, 128GB & 256GB
6 & 8GB
6.28-inch 2280 x 1080 AMOLED
2.8GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 Octa-core