OnePlus has always stepped up their game when it comes to their new releases. As a neutral, it all depends on how much you like their phones in general. OnePlus has been an alternative for Samsung and iPhone considered by many. This means that you can always get almost all the performance for a cheaper price. What has been their success until OnePlus 5T continues its journey towards OnePlus 6. However, is that enough? Let’s get real right now.
- Constant updates based on feedback.
- Packed with features.
- Semi-Stock OS which means less confusing interface.
- Storage and Specs.
- Their phones age well.
- Battery (Not the best, but not bad either).
These are the ridiculous reasons why one should consider buying OnePlus phones up to 5t. What about OnePlus 6. Is OnePlus camera quality bad? Well, it is was predicted from day one that the camera quality would be not up to a par, this also means that they can focus on their actual selling points.
OnePlus 6 Roundup:
One thing that nobody will probably agree is the modest pricing that has always been a feature with OnePlus phones. I do not think that OnePlus has a cheap price to start with that is understandable. As a growing company and increasing demands, all eyes are on them and they expect to deliver the best. For this reason, the quality of the raw materials to the OS they work are all revamped and OnePlus 6 is a step up to the their scene.
Some might even call OnePlus 6 the greatest smartphone of its kind, well ignoring the fact that it has a mediocre camera quality which it did not promise, why not look at the positives? The phone’s display is immaculate and the immersive display with all the colors are seen to be believed standards. Also the OS as mentioned is nearly a stock OS and that is amazing.
6.28-inch 2280 x 1080 pixel 19:9 OLED display
Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor
6GB or 8GB of RAM
64GB, 128GB, or 256GB of UFS 2.1 storage
3,300mAh battery with Dash Charge quick charging
Gigabit LTE with support for 25 LTE bands
Dual 16+20-megapixel rear camera with optical image stabilization
16-megapixel front camera
Up to 480fps slow-motion video
Oxygen OS based on Android 8.1 Oreo
3.5mm headphone jack
OnePlus 6 – Should I buy it or not?
It depends up on your perspective and need. I would wait till there’s a price drop, the reason why I felt OnePlus was far superior in its earliest models were because of its humble price. I also equally expect the quality to be substantial when it comes to hardware capability and I am satisfied with the latter here.
Overall, a great phone with a hefty price tag (comparing to OnePlus 6 standards). It’s not like I do not want the phone now but I do not want it for this price tag.
Overall, the phone’s good but for a person who wants to have a decent smartphone, there are tons of alternatives. For a person who wants to own an OnePlus phone up on its release right away, this is a direct choice and is glorious in its way. A decent 9/10 contender for sure.