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OnePlus 6 gets officially launched

Seemingly on schedule, or slightly earlier than its June refresh window, OnePlus just announced the new OnePlus 6, the company’s first 6.3-inch 19:9 OLED display with the controversial notch. As we’ve come to expect from the company, they pair this with a Snapdragon 845 processor, Adreno 630 graphics, up to 8GB of RAM, and maximum 256GB UFS 2.1 storage. Its display has a 2,280 x 1,080 resolution protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 5. OnePlus doesn’t just redesign the phone but also now replaced the unibody aluminum case with a glass back. It’s one of the first phones to support Android P beta. On the camera front, we get a dual 16-megapixel/20-megapixel rear shooters, with the main 16-megapixel sensor being bigger by 19 percent (putting the pixel size at 1.22um). You get a 16-megapixel front camera as well.

There are three colors that it comes in: mirror black, silk white, and midnight black. The mirror black retails for US$529 for the 6GB/64GB model and US$579 for the 8GB/128GB model, meanwhile the silk white and midnight black come in at the US$579 price point and a special US$629 price for the midnight black with 8GB/256GB configuration. All these variants are going on sale starting May 22 from OnePlus’ online store in North America, India, and across Europe.

Source: The Verge


Amazon Germany reportedly leaked OnePlus 6 images

Just a couple of days before the official launch of OnePlus’s newest flagship, it might have just gotten accidentally leaked by Amazon Germany. The German tech site Winfuture showed off images that were allegedly of the front and the back of the OnePlus 6. Based on Amazon German’s marketplace, it will reportedly come in Mirror Black and Midnight Black. The company already took down the images.

The OnePlus 6 is going to be unveiled in London on the 16th. Other specs that are expected to come in the new OnePlus flagship include an iPhone X-like notch that can be toggled on and off and Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor.

Source: CNET


Here’s what the OnePlus 6 x Marvel Avengers Limited Edition phone looks like

After OnePlus confirmed the arrival of the Avengers-themed OnePlus 6, we get the first look at the device through this video teaser for its release. From the looks of it, it’s going to be exclusively released in India through Amazon. It’s coming on May 17 in the said country. The teaser, aside from showing clips from the movie, shows the OnePlus 6 with its 19:9 display and notch, rounded edges, and a new location for the Alert Slider on the right side of the phone. OnePlus in India is hosting an event for fans, too, for this release. There doesn’t seem to be any indication at the moment that the phone will make its way out of the country. But if it did, is it something you’d want to get?

Source: Android Central


OnePlus 5 and 5T get Android 8.1 Oreo

OnePlus has just updated two of its recent releases, the OnePlus 5 and 5T, to support the latest version of Android 8.1 Oreo. It is part of the stable release of OxygenOS 5.1.0 and brings with it the April 2018 security patch, new optimizations for gaming mode, as well as network priority for a gaming app in the foreground. The phones’ launchers can now automatically name folders based on the category and include category tags in the search section.

The OnePlus 5T also now has navigation gesture support similar to what you can do with the iPhone X. You can enable this feature by heading into settings and disabling the navigation bar. The gestures include swiping up from the middle to take you to the home screen, pausing for a second after swiping from the bottom to access recent apps, and swiping from left or right side to go back (this can be used interchangeably). If you forget these gestures. You can just toggle the navigation bar off again and have the phone remind you of the gestures.

Source: Android Authority