Published: Thu, May 17, 2018
Industry | By Johnnie Johnson

OnePlus 6 first impression: Gives flagships a run for their money

OnePlus 6 first impression: Gives flagships a run for their money

Finally, like Apple and Google before it, OnePlus has made a decision to launch its own set of wireless earphones to go with its phones.

Before we talk of the phone, let's talk of the wireless earphones.

14/05/2018: A listing for the unreleased OnePlus has been spotted on Amazon, revealing the potential price, release date and colour options of the new device. The pricing of the phone starts at EUR 519 (USD 529) for 6 GB RAM/ 64 GB storage model, 8 GB RAM/ 128 GB storage variant is priced for EUR 569 (USD 579) and the new 8 GB RAM and 256 GB storage variant would be priced around EUR 619 (USD 629). The Indian price is yet to be announced, however, in other regions, it will go on sale from 5th of June. The earphone uses aluminum shell, has integrated support for the Google Assistant and comes with unique feature called Dash Charging.

Perhaps the Bullets Wireless' best feature, though, is that they support fast charging via USB Type-C, which delivers five hours of use from a mere ten minutes of connection to the mains. It launched the OnePlus 6 earlier than usual, looking to capitalize on a market hungry for budget-friendly alternatives. While the two black options will be sold in India with either 6GB of RAM and 64GB of storage or 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, the Silk White option will only be available with the latter configuration.

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This time around, i's not just the specs that match up with the best handsets you can buy, however. For all these details and much, much more, stay tuned for our full review of the OnePlus 6, coming up very soon on Gadgets 360.

The Oneplus 6 brings a newer look, Not at all resembling Oppo R12. But the hardware for these cameras is slightly different.

Hot on the heels of Huawei's Honor 10 announcement comes fellow smartphone "disruptor" OnePlus with its latest handset. It also comes with optical image stabilisation (OIS) and lens that has an aperture of F1.7.

"It features a dual camera setup where it has 16 megapixels primary (f/1.7, 27mm, 1/2.8", 1.12µm, ) sensor and 20 megapixels secondary sensor (f/1.7). On the front, there is a new image sensor that clicks 16-megapixel images. The phone will be available direct from OnePlus or through O2 in the UK. Coupled with the Adreno 630, which is 30% faster than the previous generation, the OnePlus 6 is a powerhouse for everything from streaming HD video to playing graphically intense games.

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Whether it works remains to be seen, but they're halfway to success given how the OnePlus 6 looks so far.

OnePlus 6 features 6.28-inch 19:9 Full optic display protected with Gorilla Glass 5.

OnePlus has added a special slow-motion mode too, up to 480 frames-per-second - you can even choose which section of your footage you want slow-mo-ed after you've recorded it. Actually, it sort of looks like someone slapped the front of the iPhone X onto the back of the LG G7 ThinQ... which is a phone that also stole Apple's iPhone X display design, so I suppose one might say the OnePlus 6 simply looks like an LG G7 ThinQ.

Those three words are a message that goes out clearly, and also likely seeks to answer some of the criticism that OnePlus has faced for copying the designs of its parent company Oppo. "We're proud of what we've accomplished, and we hope our users are too". As such, it makes sense to compare the OnePlus 6 vs iPhone X and see which device is the top pick. OnePlus CEO Pete Lau told India Today Tech that OnePlus engineers spent nearly half year perfecting the millimetre thin curves on the OnePlus 6 to get its design and feel in hand right.

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