Tuesday, October 30, 2018

OnePlus 6T Launched. Is it an upgrade worth waiting for? Find Out.

OnePlus has officially announced OnePlus 6T that we have been waiting for. Many phones have been launched this month but OnePlus 6T was the most awaited one. OnePlus has again proved that it can launch a flagship device which is best in Android and also you don't have to sell your kidneys to buy one.


The OnePlus 6 comes with a notch display but 6T has a notch that has been reduced up to 75%. Talking about the design, OnePlus 6T has a water droplet style notch that is much smaller that gives screen-to-body ratio of 86%.


The showstopper feature of this phone is an in-display fingerprint scanner that OnePlus calls Screen Unlock. We have already seen this in Vivo V11 Pro. According to OnePlus, the user experience has been redefined. The fingerprint scanner is now more accurate and faster. It has an optical sensor and it reads a 3D image of your finger and as the company says, it can unlock the device in just 0.34 seconds.


Talking about the display, it comes with a 6.4-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 2340x1080 pixels and an aspect ratio of 19.5:9. The bezels have been reduced further to provide a more immersive experience.

It is powered by Snapdragon 845 SoC and comes with various RAM option. The base variant has a 6 GB of RAM.

Unfortunately, the 3.5mm jack is dead on this phone and to use wired headphones, you have to purchase a type C one.

Coming to the camera, on the rear, it has a dual camera setup consisting of a  16-megapixel primary shooter and a 20-megapixel secondary depth sensor. The front camera comes with a 20-megapixel selfie shooter. The rear camera has optical image stabilisation along with the electronic image stabilisation for smooth video shooting.

Like Google Pixel 3 Night Sight mode, OnePlus has also introduced Nightscape mode to improve low light photography. But Night sight mode of Pixel 3 is magical, we have to wait to see how OnePus Nightscape performs.

OnePlus is now giving a larger 3700mAh battery and the phone runs on Oxygen OS based on Android 9.0 Pie.


Coming to the variants, it comes in three variants, the 6GB+128GB variant costs US$ 549 (Rs 40,000), the 8GB+128GB variant costs US$ 579 (Rs 42,500), and finally the 8GB+256GB variant costs US$ 629 (Rs 46,200). Colour options are Midnight Black (matte finish) and Mirror Black (glass finish) options. Seven aftermarket cases are available for the phone along with the Wireless Bullets earphones as well.

Images credit: OnePlus

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