OnePlus 6T Camera ReviewEditor's Pick
In daylight, it takes the level of detail to the highest we’ve seen yet. In low-light, this mobile camera captures very agreeable photos with well-preserved colors, without excess filtering.
If you’re a OnePlus 6 or 6T owner and you have tried recording some videos or audio files using apps like WhatsApp or Snapchat and you’re encountering some weird audio issues, you’re not alone. According to a smattering of user reports, it appears that more than a couple of OnePlus 6 and 6T users are experiencing weird audio where it sounds soft and distant and tinny.
The batteries on our smartphones still aren’t quite up to the point where they can last us days on end, which is why whenever updates mess with our battery life, it can get rather annoying. This is something that seems to have happened to several OnePlus 6T users in recent times, according to a post on Reddit which details the problem.
The other day it was reported that an Apple customer had sued Apple for allegedly misleading her with the iPhone XS’ design, where they claim that Apple had “hid” the notch on the iPhone in the photos on its website. However it seems that Apple might not be the only one trying to hide things.
When OnePlus unveiled the OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition, they also debuted a new charging technology called the Warp Charge 30. According to OnePlus, this new charging tech will allow the OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition to hit 50% charge in about 20 minutes, and will be able to hit a 100% charge in an hour.
OnePlus had recently teased a collaboration with supercar manufacturer McLaren and today the company officially unveiled the OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition. OnePlus CEO Pete Lau says that this handset marks the start of a new partnership with McLaren and that it will give the people “a feeling of incredible speed and performance.”
One of the features of the OnePlus 6T is the in-display fingerprint sensor. In-display sensors are a good alternative to regular fingerprint sensors for companies who want an all-display design, and who don’t want to put the sensor on the back. However as we have tested earlier this year, we found that in-display sensors are marginally slower than regular sensors.
Late last month, OnePlus teased an upcoming partnership with McLaren, which unless the company has suddenly decided to enter the automotive industry, it’s safe to say that we could be looking at a OnePlus phone with McLaren branding on it. Now thanks to leakster Ishan Agarwal, renders of the phone have since made their way online.
Given how big a role a smartphone’s display plays in our experience, and how reliant we are on it to interact with it, safe to say that getting the display right is vital. Unfortunately for some OnePlus 6T users, it appears that they have run into some issues regarding the display for their handsets.
It was recently reported that OnePlus has teamed up with McLaren, a well regarded car manufacturer, on what may possibly be a limited edition variant of the OnePlus 6T. It’s apparently going to be called the OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition. According to a new report, the specs of this handset will include a whopping 10GB of RAM.
Back in the day, BlackBerry was one of the few companies that did not shy away from design collaborations with others, namely Porsche Design where we saw quite a number of Porsche Design BlackBerry phones released. These days that mantle seems to have been taken up by OnePlus.
We’ve seen how Apple’s iPhone Xs Max stacks up against some of the flagship Android phones launched in 2018. However we’re sure that many are curious to see if it will be a complete victory for Apple, or if there could be a flagship launched in 2018 that has the potential to beat the A12 Bionic chipset.
OnePlus recently launched a new color option for its latest smartphone in China. The company initially said that the Thunder Purple color for this device will only be available in its home country. Perhaps after seeing the response from its fans in this region the company has decided to launch the Thunder Purple OnePlus 6T in the United States as well.
OnePlus recently launched a new color option for its latest smartphone, the OnePlus 6T. The striking color option is called Thunder Purple. It’s only available in the company’s home market of China right now. It was believed that perhaps OnePlus may offer this color option in other markets later but that may not be the case.
Companies such as Apple, Samsung, and Huawei have made pretty great strides with regards to their smartphone photography tech, unlike Google where it was only until recently that the company started to adopt a dual camera setup. However Google had more than made up for it with their great camera software, as demonstrated in the Pixel 3 smartphones.
Some smartphone manufacturers often release new color options for their flagship handsets a couple of months after they hit the market. It’s a good way to drum up sales for a handset that has been out for a few months. OnePlus isn’t waiting to do that for the OnePlus 6T. It’s now offering a new color option for the device in China merely weeks after the device was released.
The OnePlus 6T is a smartphone of many firsts for OnePlus. It’s the company’s first device with a display-based fingerprint sensor. It’s also the first for OnePlus to ditch the 3.5mm headphone jack. Many will be wondering how the OnePlus 6T performs in a durability test and the YouTube channel famous for durability tests, JerryRigEverything, now has the answer.
Just the other day OnePlus officially announced the OnePlus 6T, the company’s second flagship phone of 2018. The phone obviously comes with several new features, but the good news is that if you’re a OnePlus 6 owner who’s feeling slightly cheated due to the relatively short time span between launches, not to worry as OnePlus will not be neglecting you guys.
The OnePlus 6T was recently announced and while the phone is indeed feature-packed, one feature that the handset was lacking compared to the competition was wireless charging. The company had previously confirmed that the phone would not come with wireless charging, but more recently the company’s CEO Pete Lau explained their decision.
After hearing the rumors and waiting for the official announcement, the OnePlus 6T has finally been unveiled in all of its entirety. The launch of the handset marks the second flagship phone for OnePlus in 2018, and by all accounts it seems like a pretty huge improvement over the OnePlus 6.