The OnePlus6 will be available in Midnight Black and Mirror Black and will be available for purchase through the official OnePlus website, starting May 22 - a special limited edition Silk White variant will also be available starting this June. That's very different from the OnePlus 5T that made of all metal, specifically anodized aluminum. Both rear and front cameras will have Portrait Mode for exaggerated bokeh effects and cute post-processing tricks like superimposing halos and hearts.
The iPhone X will be hard to unseat, but the OnePlus 6 is certainly a capable device that offers another flagship to the lineup of premium Android phones. The primary camera is accompanied by a secondary camera that uses a 20-megapixel image sensor with F1.7 lens. 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 phone is daily water resistance or you can call it splash proof. However, you should accept this with a pinch of salt since there is no official confirmation. Of course, there's an option to get rid of the notch inside the software, but that simply means you'll be putting a black bar on the sides of the notch, technically wasting the available screen space. There will also be another more expensive 256GB variant. The from and back are entirely Gorilla Glass 5. As said before, the use of glass on the back-shell indicate the phone will support wireless charging.More news: 'Click it or Ticket' campaign is running again until June 3rd
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Overall, the OnePlus 6 is shaping up to be another blockbuster. But the design choice that has made the most headlines is the company's decision to include a notch on the OnePlus 6. Read on to hear our first impressions of the OnePlus 6. On the firm's latest flagship, this introduces iPhone X-style gestures for speedily navigating the OS, along with new a new version of OnePlus' Gaming Mode and improved camera features (more on that in our full review). The company has announced global pre-sale pop up events in the country for the upcoming smartphone which will be held in New York, London, Paris, Milan and Beijing.
The company also surprised audiences by launching its first ever non-smartphone product - a pair of wireless earphones that the company is calling the OnePlus Bullets Wireless.
OnePlus 6 will be launched in London today. But it's also a lot more affordable than the OnePlus 6 will be. In terms of display size, this is the largest offered by OnePlus on any of its previous models. The new earphones will be charged via USB-C and support the company's proprietary Dash Charge, to offer five hours of battery life from just 10 minutes of charging. According the listing, the OnePlus 6 for the 64GB variant will be priced at $620 (approximately Rs 40,700) while the 128GB variant will be priced at $680 (approximately Rs 45,700).
OnePlus have done headphones for a while but were never entirely happy with the wireless experience of headphones but think they finally have something that is up to the standard they deem acceptable.