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Friday, 18 May 2018

OnePlus 6 Unboxing - Is This The One?

In front of me I've got the latest smartphone the OnePlus 6 just announced, now I do need to say this is an un-boxing article the software that's on here is the review version it's not the final version so I can't really evaluate it right now, but I can show you what it looks like and some of the changes from the 5T.
OnePlus 6 Unboxing

So in front of me here I have the mirror black version with a hundred and twenty 8 gigabytes of storage I've also got the midnight black over there so I'll be showing you both of those and there will be a third color as well but for now it's these two.
OnePlus 6 Glass Back (Black)

The OnePlus 6, mirror black and it's got this polished look to it, it's made out of glass you can see the layout changed here in the back from the 5T you still have a dual camera setup with the fingerprint sensor now underneath it, portrait orientation here if I compare that to the 5T everything lines up now comparative to the last one.
Comapring OnePlus 5T and OnePlus 6

You still have the famous OnePlus textured hold switch this will switch between the various sound modes on the device quickly and when you reach into your pocket you don't even need to see the device to know that you're touching the right switch.

The OnePlus have a USB type-c port for the - charge thankfully a headphone jack still exists in this location alright as you can see it's got some juice right now and there you have it this of course the first one plus device adopting the notch, there's something I'm happy to report here if you are not a notch fan you can actually get rid of it in the settings as you can see right here,
Hide the Notch on OnePlus 6

you can hide the notch area or show the notch area so there's something for everyone you want to get rid of it there you go even if you don't like the look of the notch you're still using that space if you see what I'm saying so it looks like it's part of the bezel, but it's displaying information for you. I think all manufacturers should do this if you are going to have the notch make it so that within the software you can disable it if you choose to, there is the ability to go into each app and configure how it deals with the notch situation.

The display is 2280 by 1080, 6.28 inches OLED very vibrant display as you've come to expect you're going to have the - charger one of the fastest chargers in the game they're also going to include a case with a smoked clear look to it, they're also going to have first party accessories including one of my favorites the OnePlus carbon fiber, some wood grain threaded kind of nylon look, the classic sandstone soft touch red material okay cool as you can see super reflective this is kind of the luxury look for my taste buds I'm more of a midnight black guy it's a more matte finish for me slightly more still a little bit less reflective, so it's a two camera setup 120 megapixel one 16 megapixel.

I know you're interested in specs this unit here it's running the new Snapdragon 845 it still has a 3300 milliamp hour battery, it'll be available in two different Ram layouts you could either get six gigabytes entry point or eight gigabytes of RAM there's also going to be three different storage options entry-level 64 gigabytes then 128 like the mirror black version I have there and you can even go up to 256 gigabytes of storage, it is a dual SIM setup as you probably hoped for.

The OnePlus 6 also has faster LTE than the previous version it's now gigabit and I was told that the design decision to go with the glass back that's right even on this midnight version the matte finish that still glass was in order to facilitate this faster LTE.

Camera sensors have gotten bigger which is something I'm sure many of you wanted to hear this should mean better low-light performance and I hate to say it I can't show you a full demonstration right now optical image stabilization and in video 4k up to 60fps, it's also going to feature super slow-mo you can get 1080p footage at 240 FPS or 720p footage at 480 fps.

Now I know you're probably curious about this screen to body ratios it's the hot topic, we now have 84% screen to body ratio keeping the same form factor though as the 5T, so you can see from a form factor perspective almost identical so it's not just the notch at the top where they gained more screen in relationship to the body you can see the chin shrunk down a little bit also from the 5T.

Now the device is also going to feature gaming mode as you might have expected there's some improvements there as well not only is it capable of blocking notifications, but it also has a network boost feature which will limit other apps network usage when gaming prioritize bandwidth for the game in an effort to lower latency for online gaming and as you can see here you can turn on gaming mode automatically for certain apps so you could put your favorite games in here so you could have it on or off depending on the game.

The OnePlus is going to retail for 529 dollars super competitive it's going to make you think, so there it is mirror black finish midnight black finish this one's probably my preference right now though I really do like the white one hopefully I'll get my hands on that one as well for the more comprehensive article for the oneplus 6.

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