OnePlus 6 Review


One plus launched its first phone in 2014, its blazing products and amazing deals helps in having a loyal fan base for their merchandises. Company launches its new phone One Plus 6 having an amazing upgrade spectrum. The price for this smartphone is 30$ more as compared to the One Plus 5T launches in the last November.

Competitive Edge

One Plus 6 is a terrific phone as it costs much less as compared to the other flagship smartphones such as Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus and Google Pixel 2 XL. But it has great features like glass-covered body, speedy processor, nice camera and an increase in RAM.

Design & Display

One Plus 6 phone has a front/rear glass display in the aluminum frame. Its 6.28 inches optic AMOLED touchscreen having 1080*2280 pixels is just wow protected with the Corning Gorilla Glass 5. Its 7.8mm thickness makes it the new slick-looking phone. It has a notch in its design and leaves a small space around the front facing camera, sensors, earpiece and LED notification light.

Oneplus 6 Mobile Phone

Specifications & Software

It has Android 8.1 (Oreo) Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 octa-core made it faster for processing. It has three RAM versions with different prices. One Plus 6 with the 6GB RAM and 64GB storage is available at the cost of 529$. The 8GB RAM with the 128GB and 256GB storage prices are approximately 579$ and 629$ respectively.

Its dual 16 MP primary and the secondary camera is really nice and clicks pictures perfectly in the day light and the low light as well. It carries a non-removable 3300 mAH battery in it. It is available in the midnight black, mirror black and silk white colors.

Final Verdict

This phone is really nice and very much affordable in terms of pricing. Its features are upgraded and really nice and we already discuss about it earlier. Though, the phone still has some negative points in it. And it is really very important to discuss about it as well.

One Plus 6 body doesn’t have the IP certification and the water resistance ability. The feature of expandable storage is not present in the phone and also lacks wireless charging. It’s battery falls to 50 percent with the 28 minute usage and it takes about 70 minutes to charge completely as it does not have calls dash charge. One Plus dash charge is proprietary and doesn’t work with the regular USB-C cables. In the US it does not work on the CDMA carriers like Sprint and Verizon. But with its entire drawback the design, performance, camera and features of One Plus 6 in this pricing are worth it.


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