A year-long anticipation has finally come to an end, OnePlus 6 has finally been launched and the new flagship has come with major design change from a metal unibody design on its predecessor OnePlus 5T.
The smartphone flaunts an all-glass design, a top-notch display and is equipped with latest Snapdragon 845 processor. Launched as one of the most sophisticated gadgets from OnePlus the phone will surely catch eyes as it has a lot to look forward to in terms of features.
OnePlus 6 has come in 3 variants- The basic variant with 6GB RAM/64GB storage is priced at $529 (Rs 35,810 approx), while its 8GB RAM model with 128GB and 256GB of onboard storage options will cost $579 (Rs 39,195 approx) and $629 (Rs 42,580 approx) respectively. It will be available in three vibrant colours- Mirror Black, Midnight Black and Silk White and will be available from June 22 at Amazon.
OnePlus 6 Specifications and Features
OnePlus 6 has unveiled itself with a major design change comprising a glass body that has been added to make the smartphone look ceramic and lighter at the same time. It has Corning Gorilla Glass protection on both front and the back.
The Silk White Edition has been reportedly made from six different layers and will sport shimmering effect. In terms of specifications, the phone sports a 28-inch Full Optic screen with a taller 19:9 display aspect ratio and is running on OxygenOS 5.1. There is a fingerprint reader on the rear end and the phone supports Face Unlock as well.
Moving to Camera, the phone comes equipped with a vertically stacked 20MP + 16MP dual-rear camera setup with Sony IMX 519 and 376K sensors respectively.
The rear camera has support for Electronic image stabilization (EIS) and Optical Image Stabilisation (OIS) and is capable of taking portrait images. The company has said that in its future update the Bokeh mode will be enabled for the front-facing camera as well.
Further, there are several new gestures that come loaded on the phone. Users will have an option to replace the Navigation Bar with gestures. Other features include Reading mode to filter out blue-light on the screen, three-finger screenshot, expanded screenshot, Dark Theme, and added Screen Off gestures.