OnePlus Full Review:

Design and Display:

So, when it comes to deciding about which Smartphone one should buy, the D & D factor plays a vital role in the decision making. The Design of this phone leaves a good impression on the buyer’s mind as OP6 is totally made up of glass except for the side rim which is made up of Aluminum.
Gorilla Glass 5 on the front & rear gives it a richer look but the rear panel acts as Fingerprint Magnet one we notice on iPhone with Jet Black Color.

Installing the glass panel on the rear is only for the purpose of supporting wireless charging which is absent in the OP6. Hence, apart from making it look better, the glass finish on the rear doesn’t serve any other purpose as such.
The Camera design is restructured and has been designed vertically with classy finishing to the fingerprint scanner placed below the Camera and Flashlight .

The Camera quality remains decent as it is similar to the earlier versions.
Talking about the Display, the dimension of the OP6 is 6.28 inches with AMOLED Screen.
Also, the Notch at the top seems to be following the trend but the chin at the bottom of the phone is slightly bigger & remains a spoiler when compared to the gorgeous iPhone X.

OnePlus 6 Camera Samples:

OnePlus 6 Camera Review:

The camera UI is pretty similar to the older versions of the One plus phones. On this device if you swipe upwards from the bottom, the menu option gives you a choice to use Photo Mode, Video Mode, Portrait Mode, Slow-Mo, Pro-Mode, Time-Lapse & finally Panorama Mode.
In the bottom left corner you get the secondary camera switch over to the rear camera whereas on the opposite corner you have the tab which will guide you to review recently captured pictures.
The rear camera with 2 lenses of which one is 16 megapixel while other is 20 megapixel possess great picture quality in day light, low light as well as in portrait mode.
The front camera also does a decent job but the edge detection sometimes fails to detect edges properly and this might spoil your portrait. The Video Quality is great as you can record up to 4K along with other features like Slow-Motion, Time-lapse, Panorama, Etc. The OIS works fine while taking photos as well as while recording the video. Even, the Electronic Image Stabilization works perfectly too. Overall, the OnePlus 6 has a really impressive camera that is capable to get great shots quickly.

Hardware & Software Specifications
The OP6 comes with power packed Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 Chipset which enables the device to process things with ease and much faster. The 256/128 GB internal memory with 8 GB RAM and 64 GB internal memory with 6 GB RAM are the two variants out in the market. Such healthy RAM is coupled with GPU Adreno 630 as its Graphics Processor. It uses Android 8.1 Oreo and has an Octa-core Processor and it switches between the applications real quick. We never faced any hiccup or lag in performance and in multitasking but one thing I really miss from the OP5 is double tap on the buttons to switch to recent apps.

The hardware configuration of this system makes this phone most appropriate for Ultra HD Gaming. This phone comes with Gaming Mode which disables all the notifications except for calls & alarms.
The face unlock mechanism works fine on this phone but the mechanism is not secure enough to be used for Authentication purpose.facial recognition)
Dual speakers is what I miss on this phone. Stereo effect on speakers on both ends, is what would make the users feel better while watching a movie or playing games on this phone.The device has a Network boost setting available in the Gaming Mode which limits other application’s network usage when its turned on. So if you are someone who spend most of their time in gaming then you’ll surely love this addition. The phone comes with dual sim slots which is pretty common but what’s new is that both the SIM can now support 4G VoLTE. The call quality tested on both the sim
This phone has been ranked above S9 and S9+ by the benchmark rating app AnTuTu.

The battery life of the OnePlus 6 is neither great nor bad – in fact it’s just similar to both the OnePlus 5 and 5T. Considering the battery size is the same that shouldn’t be too much of a surprise anymore .This device comes with an enlarged display,so it’s pretty obvious it will consume more battery, battery, but the OnePlus claims it has made the battery compatible of delivering more than what the previous versions did.

The Dash Charging facility enables the users to charge the phone quicker and it would easily last for a day if you are not into gaming or surfing videos on YouTube or any other apps which consume battery.

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  1. Mick Harrison

    November 27, 2018 at 12:47 pm

    Its no where near the best smartphone LOL


  2. Vishal Giri

    November 27, 2018 at 12:47 pm

    Awesome review team, loved it!!


  3. A1 DJ

    November 27, 2018 at 12:47 pm

    When moto g5s plus getting orei


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