Last month we saw the OnePlus 6 hit India in three variants - 6/64 GB, 8/128 GB and a special Avengers Edition that we covered in a hands-on. Now a fourth version with a different price tag is about to appear in the country - OnePlus 6 with 8 GB RAM and 256 GB storage. Amazon India will offer the device from July 10 for INR43,999 or $640/€550.
The roomier OnePlus 6 can also be found at OnePlus’ own online store. It will be available in the matte Midnight Black color and will have damage protection plan and extended warranty for an extra few thousand rupees.
The OnePlus 6 upgrades on its predecessor with a taller screen with a notch, a larger sensor for the main camera on the back and a Snapdragon 845 chipset.
If you can’t wait two weeks for the 256 GB variant, all other regular options are currently on sale starting from INR34,999/$529/€519.
For that price, it should've had a substantially bigger battery, microSD card slot, and stereo speakers. Hence why I'm holding off for the 6T. If the 6T has all 3, they will get my business.
software is one of the best I have ever used , and I handle alot of phones daily. Your phone must be faulty.
I have the OP6 and I cannot get under 2 full days of battery life with 5h SOT or 1 and a half days of stand-by and up to 8-9h of SOT, it's hands down the fastest and best smartphone I ever owned.