Oneplus 6 the speed you need!!
Smartphone brands have always been under pressure to give their users best in class devices. The race of being superior to others have resulted in Dual-camera, Bezel less display, and other features. Most of the smartphone -the initial variants are available at a price range of 20,000 – 40,000. Here the OnePlus has launched the ‘flagship killer’ OnePlus 6.
The smartphone comes in three color variants – Midnight Black, Mirror Black, and Silk White. There’s also a Marvel Avengers Limited Edition variant. All of them also differ when it comes to RAM and storage capacities. The 6GB RAM + 64GB version costs Rs 34,999, while the 8GB + 128GB variant will make a dent in your pocket worth Rs 39,999. The Avengers special edition comes with 8GB RAM but is also the only one to sport 256GB inbuilt storage.
The OnePlus 6 has a 6.28-inch Optic AMOLED display with sRGB supports DCI-P3 color space. With an expanded screen you get a 19:9 aspect ratio, that is usually helpful in viewing videos and clicking well-spanned images. Also, there is a 2.5D Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection.
When it comes to performance, OnePlus smartphones have been kind of nailing it for quite some time. The OnePlus 6 is no exception. It makes use of one of the most powerful chipsets available in the industry – Qualcomm Snapdragon 845.
So that means no lags or slow downs while multitasking or playing high graphics games such as Asphalt Airbourne and much more.
OnePlus 6 uses its one of a kind OS, the OxygenOS. The handset has Android 8.1 Oreo-based 5.1.3, the OxygenOS avails a variety of new features that are as new as it sounds. It brings Android security patch to May, adds configuration for showing or hiding the notch, support for super slow motion at 480fps and other camera-based features.
The other two key features Oneplus are excited, is the new Gaming Mode and new navigation gestures. The Gaming mode, which until OnePlus 5T was known as the Gaming DND Mode, has been improved as it automatically lowers the amount of data for other apps and focuses the data assigned for the game being played. As for gestures, the OnePlus 6 now gives you an option to replace the stereotypical navigation bar and instead use swipe up gestures for the same. This feature can be activated from the Settings app and is comparatively easy to learn. Swiping up from sides will take you a step back while swiping up from the center will minimize whatever app is opened at that time. Swiping up from the center without lifting your finger will open the multi-window screen.
When it comes to the camera the OnePlus has done a pretty decent job. It has the same 16+20MP dual rear setup as the OnePlus 5T with a slight improvement with the Sony sensor. The primary 16MP Sony IMX519 has f/1.7 aperture and the secondary 20MP Sony IMX376K sensor too has the same aperture. The pixel size has also been increased in the primary sensor by 0.10um, which hardly makes any difference to your resulting shots. Although the camera is quick in capturing moving subjects with a good amount of sharpness and clarity.
What’s new and improved this time is that the device can now record 4K resolution videos at 60fps, which is something that we saw in the Samsung Galaxy S9+ earlier this year. Also, while the OnePlus 5T came with 120fps slow motion video recording support, the OnePlus 6 now comes with 240fps at full HD resolution and 480fps at HD resolution.