One Plus 6T
|Resolution||2340X 1080 (402 PPI) : 19.5:9 Screen Ratio|
|Screen Guard||Corning Gorilla Glass 6|
|SoC||Qualcomm Snapdragon 845|
|RAM||6/8 GB LPDDR4X|
|Storage||128 GB/ 256 GB UFS 2.1 2- LANE|
|Video: 4K @ 30/60fps|
|Main: 16 MP, F/1.7 Aperture|
|Secondary: 20 MP, f/1.7 Aperture|
|Stabilization: OIS & EIS|
|Main: 16MP, f/2.0 aperture|
|Video: 1080P @ 30fps|
|Audio||USB 2.0 Type- C No Headphone Jack Bottom- Facing Speaker|
|Fast Charging||5V: 4A|
|Sensors||In- Glass Fingerprint Sensor|
|Connectivity||Wi-Fi; 2X2 MIMO, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, 2.4/5G Bluetooth 5.0 NFCGPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, Galile WLAN|
|SIM||Dual Nano-SIM Slot|
|Software||OxygenOS based on Android 9 Pie|
|Software||6.41 Inch AMOLED|
THE FLAGSHIP KILLER is back!!! One Plus has launched its new smartphone, the One Plus 6T which is design refresh from its predecessor, the One Plus 6. The phone has removed the mainstream notch in the display and has replaced it with a teardrop notch. This teardrop notch doesn’t take much real estate on the phone and looks pretty neat. In fact, this notch takes so little space that you won’t need to hide the notch even if you’re that “no-notch” guy. This smaller notch brings the screen to body ratio of the phone to about 86%. This 6.4-inch smartphone sports a Super AMOLED screen with a resolution of 1080 x 2340px. The body of the phone is made of glass but One Plus hasn’t added the wireless charging functionality to the phone which is sad news.
One major change from its predecessor is that the company has removed the rear fingerprint scanner and has slammed it right in the display of the phone. This on-screen fingerprint isn’t new and has been adopted by other Chinese manufacturers as well. Although this fingerprint setup on the screen itself isn’t as fast as a dedicated fingerprint scanner, it is pretty quick and you’ll hardly notice the difference.
Another major change from the previous phone is the removal of the headphone jack. So you’ll need wireless headphones or a USB 3.1 headphone jack if you want to listen to the music. One Plus has actually launched its own bullet wireless headphones. However, you will need to buy it separately.
Specwise, the One Plus 6T is very similar to the OP6. It sports the same Snapdragon 845 processor, 6/8GB of RAM and 128/256GB of inbuilt storage. However, there is no expandable storage option. But then again, even 128GB of storage is more than enough if you’re just going to be having some photos and music on your phone. One Plus 6T also supports fast charging, which as the name suggests, charges the phone pretty fast. For comparison, our unit was able to juice up from 0% to 100% in just about 1 hour and 15 minutes. Coming to the battery, the phone has a massive 3700mAh battery. Our unit was able to survive for 5 hours of Screen On Time after streaming Google Music, watching videos on Youtube, playing demanding games like Asphalt 8, PUBG Mobile and the usual social media browsing. This battery can easily last you a day of normal usage.
The camera department hasn’t changed. It’s still superb as it was in the OP6. They’ve made some enhancements on the camera software. The night mode on the camera has been updated but it's not as good as its rivals. The camera can also record 4K videos at 60 fps which is a plus. Overall, the camera is pretty decent for a flagship phone with very little compromises.
Out of the box, the phone comes with the latest version of Android - Android Pie (9.0). And with the pie comes the full-screen navigation gestures. Oxygen OS lies on top of Android, One Plus’s own custom OS which comes with more features such as customization.