OnePlus 6: The Flagship Killer Redefined | #MTTech

OnePlus has, over time, managed to remain competitive in the market with increasingly popular smartphones. To attack 2018, the Chinese brand prepared some surprises and launched the new OnePlus 6.

OnePlus was a brand that got all the attention right from the start. The first flagship of the brand, the OnePlus One has met great popularity, much for its price/quality ratio. Over the past few years, the brand has been struggling to maintain the popularity it has gained in the first model, having initially overcome some difficulties with OnePlus 2 and X but managed to grow with the following models.

Following the success of last year’s models, which hit record sales, the Chinese brand today presented its bid for 2018, OnePlus 6.

OnePlus 6 – A true flagship for 2018

Although they have been quite successful, the latest OnePlus models have followed clear inspirations from competing brands, such as Apple. For this year, the new flagship follows the trend of a notch, however, bet on a design more proper.

With a glass construction, the OnePlus 6 features a 6.28 “19:9 screen with the presence of the famous notch. To give the best possible performance, this smartphone features the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor and is available in 6 and 8 GB RAM options and 64, 128 or 256 GB internal storage. The OnePlus 6 has a rear fingerprint sensor with Face Unlock, 3300 mAh battery, water resistance (but is not submersible) and dual rear camera, 16 and 20 megapixels, both with aperture f/1.7.

As for cameras, the OnePlus 6 comes with a normal on the front with a 16-megapixel sensor, capable of filming at 1080p. On the back, there are dual lenses: a 16-megapixel lens and a 20-megapixel lens that together promise to make the new OnePlus mobile phone again one of the best in mobile photography of the year. In addition to the portrait mode, this highlights a human figure from the background in a photo. The rear camera has optical stabilization and also makes a slow-motion video at 480 frames per second (fps) or 60 fps in 4K resolution, which you can edit in own smartphone, in the new OnePlus video editor.

Android Oero, But … Android POnePlus 6 comes with Android 8.0 Oreo pre-installed, but this is one of the models compatible with the newly announced beta of the new Android P, which is expected to be officially released after the summer. Of course, the Android version of OnePlus 6 is not the pure version – the device will come with a few apps from OnePlus and its skin called OxygenOS.

OnePlus 6 Marvel Avengers Limited Edition Also Unveiled!

OnePlus 6 confirmed that the smartphone would also receive a limited edition to celebrate the movie “Avengers: Infinite War.” Called OnePlus 6 Marvel Avengers Limited Edition, it has the same specifications as the primary model, with the differences being summed up to look. In addition to the rear with a Kevlar texture, the device has several gold-colored details such as the Avengers brand, OnePlus and the mute notifications button. This smartphone also comes with a protective cap with Iron Man’s face and a gold medal with the Captain America symbol on the chest.

The OnePlus 6 64GB variant will be available for Rs 34,999 and the 128GB for Rs 39,999. OnePlus 6 will become available in India via Amazon India in an Early Access sale for Amazon Prime members on May 21, and become available to buy in an open sale from May 22.

Plus, the Marvel Avengers limited edition smartphone (8GB RAM, 256GB storage) will be available at a price of Rs 44,999. The OnePlus 6 Marvel Avengers Limited Edition will become available in open sale from Amazon on May 29.

And the Wireless Headphones? OnePlus Bullets Wireless!

The news does not end there – OnePlus also took advantage of the event to announce the Bullets, their wireless headsets. The gadget draws attention to your battery with support for quick recharges: just leave it for ten minutes in the socket so you can listen to your favorite songs for five hours uninterrupted. The energy cells, curiously, were positioned on the cord that rests on the user’s neck.

The headphones are compatible with Google Assistant. Made of aluminum, the OnePlus Bullets also have a magnetic system that allows you to disconnect the headphones by “gluing” their two parts and connecting them to the “take off” halves, and it is even possible to program the cell phone to continue playing from wherever you had stopped. The product will be available from June 5 and will cost 4,900 Rs.



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