While the OnePlus previous high-end devices offered a good blend of specifications, design, and price, they often skipped some key features. With the OnePlus 6, the company is looking to overcome just that. So let’s take a look at the top 6 features with which OnePlus is eager to give top-timer android smartphone manufacturers a good run for their money. So OnePlus 6 has super slo-mo recording capabilities.
This feature aims to compete with Sony and Samsung which both offer a super slo-mo camera, capable of up to 960fps at 720p (Sonys XZ2 can do 1080p). Now that LG G7 also has the feature, well surely be seeing it in more flagships in the next year or two.
I really like the camera and fingerprint scanner placement and overall the back looks really good. Too bad it has a notch, though. Even though the megapixel count remains the same as the OnePlus 5T, the OnePlus 6 has a new sensor with improved image processing which improves the overall quality of the pictures.
These are the camera samples of the device which shows an impressive dynamic range for the camera as no part of the image was overexposed or blown out. The low light photo did contain some noise and a weird pattern in the sky which I could attribute to digital compression. However, the sharpness of the rest of the image was on point.
This is OnePlus strongest area that it offers users an option of buying a flagship device for almost half of what the competition is offering. Even though there’s a slight increase in price this year but even in that price range, you would still be getting a lot more from OnePlus 6 than you would from any other company.
With that being said, let me know your thoughts on the OnePlus 6 in the comments down below and I’ll see you’ll tomorrow.