- Great configuration
- Excellent set of cameras
- Crisp display properties
The OnePlus 6T, being a baton-bearer of the company following the 6, is an amazing smartphone in almost every department. The configuration, amazing set of camera and the superfine display reveal its feature prowess. The battery is decent enough to provide a backup though out the day. The user will need to plug in the charger often if the smartphone is used a lot.The powerful flagship
Display and Configuration
The OnePlus 6T has a 6.4-inch Optic AMOLED display which boasts a screen resolution of 1,080 x 2,340 pixels and a density of 402 pixels per inch. The display is further protected by Corning Gorilla Glass v6.0.
Under the hood, the OnePlus 6T has two Kryo 385 quad-core processors having 2.8GHz and 1.8GHz and those are seated on a chipset of Qualcomm Snapdragon 845. It is further assisted by a huge 6GB RAM and Adreno 630 GPU, which take care of multitasking and graphics respectively.
Camera and Storage
Just like the OnePlus 6, the OnePlus 6T is also given an awesome set of cameras. The 16MP + 20MP primary camera setup has enhancements like Exmor-RS CMOS sensor, Phase Detection autofocus, Optical Image Stabilisation, etc. all of which help to click some of the most amazing pictures in the gallery. The 16MP front camera along with a screen flash is also an outstanding option for selfies and video calling.
Speaking of the storage, the 6T has an inbuilt capacity of 128GB which cannot be expanded any further.
Connectivity and Battery
The OnePlus 6T has dual 4G SIM slots, VoLTE connectivity, Bluetooth v5, NFC, Mobile Hotspot, near-field connectivity and a type-C USB slot which even works as mass storage slot. Apart from these, there is a 3,700mAh Li-Polymer battery to keep it running for a healthy period of time. Moreover, it supports dash-charging so that you can refill it at a lightning-fast speed.
For its asking price, which we expect to be in the region of Rs 38k, the OnePlus 6T is still the most bang-for-buck smartphone, at least in my books. The smartphone offers good cameras, has an excellent battery life, ships with Android Pie and is the fastest flagship I`ve used to date. However, with every passing year, OnePlus is steadily increasing the cost of its flagships without bringing a world of innovation or differences that would set that apart from their predecessors. The OnePlus 6 for instance, is every bit as awesome as the 6T, comes with a headphone jack and is cheaper too.Therefore, if you are in the market for a new smartphone, the OnePlus 6 still makes for a good buy, provided it doesn`t get discontinued soon. However, if you absolutely must have the latest the technology has to offer, then it`s the OnePlus 6T that deserves your moolah.