Another six months, another OnePlus phone. The company is known for pumping out devices faster than you can buy them, but we’re always surprised what it can whip up in such a short period of time.
We’ll find out if the OnePlus 6 is just as much a “flagship killer” as its predecessors in our full OnePlus 6 review later on. For now here’s a sneak peak.
The OnePlus 6 is powered by Qualcomm’s best, the Snapdragon 845. This is the same chipset found in pretty much every 2018 flagship so far. You also find 6 to 8GB RAM, 64 to 256GB storage, dual-SIM support, and a 3,300mAh battery with the company’s well-known Dash fast-charging technology onboard. The OnePlus 6 also still retains the headphone jack, a welcome move for those audiophiles among us.
Just like the OnePlus 5T, there’s no microSD card slot. Of course, with such large storage options,it’s less of an issue.
One area where OnePlus isn’t quite up to par with flagship competitors is the display. The gorgeous 6.28-inch AMOLED 1080p display looks great, featuring a 19:9 aspect ratio. A 1,080 x 2,280 resolution isn’t exactly industry leading, but it should still provide a solid experience. The lower resolution also generally results in better battery performance, which is at least a bit of a consolation here.
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