The OnePlus 6 has finally, and officially, landed

The OnePlus 6 has finally, and officially, landed

The OnePlus 6 has finally, and officially, landed

Announced ahead of the OnePlus 6 this morning, OnePlus unveiled the Bullets Wireless earbuds, the next iteration of its audio offering. Facial unlocking returns and feels just as snappy as the previous model, as does Dash Charging, which pumps the phone full of a day's worth of juice in half an hour. And if you're itching to try Android P, a beta release will be available for the OP6 in the near future. You'll be able to buy this smartphone from 21 May via stores Also, the company indicated that they are going to set up stores in Mumbai, Pune, Chennai, Hyderabad, New Delhi, Kolkata, and Ahmedabad. It also includes an improved camera, with optical and electronic image stabilisation and a dual-lens setup with 16MP and 20MP sensors with a f/1.7 aperture.

Additionally, the OnePlus 6 will support gesture control, making it possible for you to get rid of the on-screen navigation buttons. The global launch will be followed up by other launch events in China and India on May 17. There's no shortage of fierce competition in the flagship camera department, so we're very excited to put the OnePlus 6 camera through its paces. In most regards it's an incremental update to the barely six-months-old OnePlus 5T, yet it's still recognisable as something new. Mr Pei first began by talking about the specs in the new phone, emphasising that although the phone has some of the best specs around it is nothing if they do not all work together to bring a combined package that results in a great experience. So does this mean that the OnePlus 6 is getting rid of its headphone jack? At the front there is a 16MP sensor (Sony IMX371) with unique portrait mode features.

OnePlus's new flagship looks like a nice upgrade over last year's model. A 256 GB version of OnePlus 6 with 8 GB RAM is also coming but there is no information as of now about its price. And the second top-end model (with 8GB RAM + 128GB storage) is expected to set you back by Rs 39,999.

One would imagine that with the all new design, a Gorilla Glass 5 finish on the back, plus extra storage, and new camera sensors, this will no longer be the flagship killer, as we've known it to be, but they are wrong.

For Wood, OnePlus has ticked enough boxes to keep its dedicated followers happy, using the best technology available within the sub-£500 price boundary. In fact, there were even leaks about the phone. Talking of "notch", there is one in the OnePlus 6.

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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 only issue here is that the Silk White variant is a limited edition, so we don't know how many units will be up for grabs.

OnePlus has been working hard towards building hype around the OnePlus 6 smartphone for the past few months.

A ton of hardware goes into the raw capabilities of this phone, which you can see above.

The OnePlus 6 will be available from 22 May starting at £469 ($529) with 6GB of RAM and 64GB of storage in a gloss "mirror" black colour, with a matt "midnight" black costing £519 with more memory and storage, and a "silk" white colour available on 5 June.

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