OnePlus 5T Won Best Flagship for Less
Despite its issues with HD streaming, the OnePlus 5T is a great device that won the “best flagship for less” category in our smartphone feature. It just launched in November, though we are already learning about the successor of its, the OnePlus six. Pictures leaked to Android Central disclose the phone’s impressive benchmark scores and also verify it is another handset to offer an iPhone X style notch. Interestingly Apple has recently attempted to convert Android users over to iPhone
Based on the 2 screenshots acquired by the publication, the OnePlus six codenamed A6000, scored 276510 on the AnTuTu benchmark, beating each alternate Android phone and tapping the upcoming Mi Mix 2S from the top spot. The end results highly imply the mobile is going to feature the very same Snapdragon 845 present in 2018 flagships including the Galaxy S9. Despite the lower costs of theirs, OnePlus’ previous high-end handsets have sported the most recent processors, therefore the 845’s inclusion was expected.
The pictures also appear to confirm that the OnePlus six features a notch, which we saw in prior leaks. The notification bar at the upper part of the display reveals the clock to the icons and also the left on the perfect, with a clear central section that is presumably where the cutout is placed. The OnePlus six uses a 19:9 aspect ratio instead of the now popular 18:9 format – that additional room is utilized for the notch & icons.
And so many Android designers are adding notches to their devices that Android P, that had been introduced in its creator preview form yesterday, will come with the support of the layout.
OnePlus 6 Expected Specifications
The OnePlus six is likely to offer a full glass back, rear fingerprint sensor, either 6GB or maybe 8GB of RAM, along with a full HD (2160×1080) Optic AMOLED display screen.
OnePlus CEO Pete Lau said the flagship would release in late Q2 2018, therefore it must show up before the end of June.