One of the keys to OnePlus' success has been focusing on one phone at a time - and aside from cases and, of all things, a backpack, the company hasn't strayed too far from phones. I prefer the matte Midnight Black over this one. At the company's London event, Carl Pei called the OnePlus 6 design their boldest design yet.
As expected, OnePlus packs in some exceptional hardware into the device.
What helps trim those bezels down is the notch, a cutout at the top of the phone housing the camera and the earpiece. The screen does have a notch, similar to that of the iPhone X but OnePlus has implemented a software feature that will allow users to hide the notch in most of the popular apps, if users want it.
That may depend on if you're an early adopter who must have the latest and greatest specs.
OnePlus 6 gets a notch on the front display.
The AMOLED screen on the phone comes in at 6.28 inches, with a resolution of 2,280 x 1,080 pixels. Prices start at 1,299 Yuan ($204) for the 4GB/32GB version. Moreover, the phone will be resistant to water and hence you can drop in water. The dual camera housing has been pushed into the middle, with the two lenses stacked vertically, sitting about the dual LED flash and the new rounded rectangle fingerprint sensor. They look like a lot of other in-ear wireless headphones, but they have a couple of distinguishing features.
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OnePlus, the company that promises to "never settle", has just unveiled its newest phone: welcome the OnePlus 6. So it's good to hear that the GG5 back is as good as the previous OnePlus flagships. According to a OnePlus spokesperson, the phone will survive everyday spills like an accidental trip to the toilet bowl, but it's not rated to go swimming. Finally, the OnePlus6 will ship with Android 8.1 Oreo with OxygenOS, OnePlus's clean and bloatware free front-end. The company has gone the glass way with its flagship smartphone, choosing to equip the OnePlus 6 with a glass back. On the front, the phone is expected to sport a 20-megapixel one with f/1.7 aperture. The phone supports 4K videos at 60 fps which puts it in the same ranks as Galaxy S9 and iPX.
With Advanced HDR now included as well, OnePlus says that images will be much better, particularly in challenging conditions, enhancing lighting and bringing out shadows.
But only the OnePlus 6 has the ability to download and install the Android P beta well ahead of the official launch. Long story short, this phone is ridiculously fast.
The Bullets Wireless are due out at some point next month.
On paper, the OnePlus 6 is a force to be reckoned with. OnePlus will only be charging $69 for them which is seriously low, especially when you consider how expensive other offerings like the Pixel Buds or Apple's AirPods are.
The Bullets Wireless are rated for 8 hours of total battery life at moderate volume levels.
Along with an all-new phone OnePlus released a new pair of Bullet Wireless headphones.