The OnePlus 6 is one of the best phones out there, and as a bonus, it's cheaper than the other flagship phones (cheaper, with the same stats😜). I love this phone to bits.
The only thing I'd want to change is the notch comparability with apps such as Snapchat and Instagram. The notch area blocks and moves the screen a bit, but this is barely noticeable (no biggy). This can easily be fixed with a software update. Although there is no additional micro SD card slot the storage is fine. Even with the 64GB it's hard to fill the space.
The camera also has a great quality.
Even though there's no IP rating on the water resistance, this phone still works better than others in the rain and when you sweat in the gym with the phone in your pocket.
This phone is absolutely worth it🔥
Rakesh, 30 Jul 2018It has a serious problem of battery drain even after oxygen 5.1.9I am also facing same problem.
sopnilmamun, 29 Jul 2018oneplus 6 vs Galaxy S9+, which one would be better by considering speed, UI fastness, battery ... moreIn terms of performance, the OnePlus 6 beats out the S9+ as it lacks bloatware apps that is otherwise present on the samsung S9+, plus it uses an almost stock version of android though not something you can easily say as being stock, of course it is not without its drawbacks, The camera for this one is meh and ok for the price, but not something that can beat out the S9+ and the Google Pxl2. Also to be considered is that even though it wont' rival the s9+ in the camera department it could definitely hold it's own against's those phones...
Golam, 28 Jul 2018It have dark theme or not? Which color is look good? PleaseIt has a dark as well as a light theme. If you want to go for the more exclusive versions, consider the Silk White or the Red variants, both are beautiful.
sopnilmamun, 29 Jul 2018oneplus 6 vs Galaxy S9+, which one would be better by considering speed, UI fastness, battery ... moreDepends on your budget. If it's low you can get the OP 6. Even if it's higher you can still get it, plus money leftover. Otherwise, S9+ essentially does everything the OP 6 can, with additional stuff like IP67 water resistance, stereo speakers and wireless charging, although OP 6 gets more regular software updates and Android security patches. Mine is on the July patch, while my friend's S9+ is still on the May patch. Also, Oxygen OS sticks very close to stock Android, and the only piece of bloatware you get is the OnePlus Community forums which are quite useful as well.
oneplus 6 vs Galaxy S9+, which one would be better by considering speed, UI fastness, battery backup & software updates? plz suggest
Never settle, 28 Jul 2018My OP 6 is bullshit. I get battery drain overnight for about 35% last time.
Everiting was off... moreTry going on XDA and ask for help.
I love my 6! you'll like it even more if you just tweaked it :) That's what OnePlus is all about, tweaking :)
My OP 6 is bullshit. I get battery drain overnight for about 35% last time.
Everiting was off, once even datas, and still drained out overnight.
I dont understand support OP, they attitude is like everiting is OK.
I make mistake with this semi product, once one plus, never again one plus.
I can throw it in garbage only.
Golam, 28 Jul 2018It have dark theme or not? Which color is look good? Pleasemy friend got glossy black color and i got silk white ..
believe me mate he regret for not going with white. The white looks way more beautiful than black . I was confuse between white and red bt ended up with white if you got chance to get your hands on red and white do compare it before buying.
Glossy is also cool but not as good as white or red.
choose between either of the two but dont go with midnight black
My user experience so far, after several months of using OnePlus 6 and with latest update (Oxygen 5.1.9):
OS: very fast, responsive and fluid, everything is loading fast and in most cases its 8GB of ram are doing their job brilliantly. I have some complains, though: 1. The apps, rarely, but it happens, are closing unexpectedly. 2. Sometimes it can't load a game from memory, despite its 8GB of ram, you have to close it and reopen it. To be honest, I've never had this kind of problems with Cyanogen based OP One.
Camera: after 5.1.9 update is more than ok, a big step forward. More than satisfied (comparig the price of OP6 with other flagships prices).
Battery life: I'm gaming a lot on my phone. With bluetooth activated most of the time and a mix between WI-FI and mobile data I have about 6h+ SOT with about 22h of standby life. It's still a small step back from the first software it came with (same 6h+ SOT with about 26h standby time), but given the other benefits the newer software have, I think it's more than satisfactory. PS: Dash charge is a BEAST, YOU DON'T NEED wireless charging when you get about 30% of battery life in 10-15 mins.
Conclusion: I'm more than satisfied with the phone, I knew what I got when I got it, I knew that it's not comparable in ALL departments with S9+ or PIXEL 2XL, that 300 euro gap in price have to come from somewhere. But, overall, I totally recommend it given its price/capabilities as a phone that will not let you down for ad least 3 years. But I fell that they hit the upper limit of the price, IF OnePlus phones will get more expensive than this they will not be competitive with other Chinese brands (Like XIAOMI, for example, their phones and computers are amazing, but I don't like their OS and the lack of headphone jack).
suarez92, 23 Jul 2018I like both OS, and I had both OS, now its hard to choose in terms of camera and battery which... moreSince both are comparable in those departments, you need to ask yourself other things. Design, features, specs, size, and other things that can make or break your decision
suarez92, 26 Jul 2018You can still get pretty good SOT. Its not about capacity its about software optimization. Kinda about both really