So after months of rumors, leaks and teasers now it’s official – OnePlus 6 has finally been launched, and just as expected it has come with little surprises because of all the information that leaked earlier. There’s one surprise though – the price tag, which is a little towards the higher side this time. We’ll take a look on that, but before it let’s take a quick look on the design and specs of device.
So specs-wise OnePlus 6 doesn’t have too much new to be told: it comes with a Snapdragon 845 processor, 6GB RAM, 6.3-inch ‘notched’ display, 16 megapixel+20 megapixel dual-lens primary camera with optical image stabilization in both lenses and 16mp secondary camera. Android 8.1 Oreo, 64GB internal storage and 3,300 mAh battery are also present in the device.
The big surprise, however, is in design. This is first all-glass smartphone launched by the company, as till now they’ve launched smartphones mostly with aluminum or plastic backs. And it looks gorgeous – the glass unibody design gives OnePlus 6 a highly premium look and feel – so premium that you might not have seen on any OnePlus smartphones till date. The glass back also gives OnePlus 6 an advantage that you may not know: lighting fast LTE connectivity! That’s right – phones with a glass back usually provide better LTE connectivity and speeds than phones with a metal back. And that’s also one of the reasons why more and more companies are adopting glass backs in their premium devices instead of metal backs.
But design is not the only unique thing about OnePlus 6 – this device stands out for a number of other reasons as well. One of them is its uncluttered and blazingly fast software. Other one is its price – although at $529 it’s costlier than all other OnePlus flagships launched till date, it’s still much less expensive than other major flagships like Galaxy S9 and Huawei P20 Pro.
What do you think about it? Would you buy it? Share your thoughts in comments.
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