Is the OnePlus 6 finally waterproof?
OnePlus Smartphone is ready to unveil the OnePlus 6 at the start of next month and the company is teasing its new “Flagship killer” in many leaks and tweets. As the launch date of OnePlus 6 is nearing, the rumor mill has also quicken up. There is an official announcement from OnePlus that OnePlus 6 will be waterproof.
OnePlus Smartphone Teases Water Resistance For The Upcoming OnePlus 6 As Company Eager To Match High-End Flagship Smartphones. This Release Cycle Water resistance is a small but critical feature for any device. As smartphones permeate our lives, folks simply can’t seem to put them down, whether it’s at the table or at the pool. Google drew some ire for making its original Pixel and Pixel XL flagships compliant with only IP53. However, while one can forgive Mountain View, OnePlus has had far more experience than Google in designing smartphones.
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After all, any company which promises that its devices are ‘flagship killers’ needs to ensure they can fight the elements. It’s a basic feature requiring a presence on any high-end smartphone. Now, looks like OnePlus Smartphone will finally make things right with the OnePlus 6. The company has posted a new teaser on its Twitter, which isn’t that hard to decipher. Take a look.
The company has also released official pictures taken from the OnePlus 6, here the pictures below.
OnePlus 6 is said to feature a 6.28” AMOLED display with a resolution of 2280 x 1080 which is the same panel found in Oppo R15. This mobile will be powered by Snapdragon 845, with its CPU clocked at 2.7 GHz, which we heard outperforms all existing flagships in terms of speed all thanks to its insanely fast CPU.
The back camera is said to be a dual camera set up with 16 MP + 20 MP with a f/1.7 aperture on both lenses, which is the same as in OnePlus 5T. The front camera is boosted with a 20 MP sensor behind a f/2.0 lens. The storage reveals that the cell phone has a ram of 6 GB and with internal storage of 128 GB. We haven’t such a combo since the OnePlus 3T.
OnePlus also hates being unable to use a mobile phone during rain. Thankfully, its users won’t have to worry about this if they purchase the upcoming OnePlus 6. While the device isn’t specifically mentioned in the teaser, it’s safe to assume that it is the one being insinuated at. After all, it’d be highly spurious if OnePlus took to Twitter and shared its very day to day hassles in using a smartphone.
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