If there's any sort of plus for getting the notch on a OnePlus 6, it's the software tweaks the company made to accommodate the hardware.
Ben Wood, head of research at CCS Insight, said: "It looks like 2018 is most definitely the "year of the notch" when it comes to premium smartphones". OnePlus 6 also includes screen gestures, which are similar to the ones seen on iPhone X that helps increase the screen real estate by removing on-screen buttons. One of the most noteworthy features of the headphones are the magnetic earbuds.
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All in all, the OnePlus 6 seems promising. It is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor that can notch up speed of 2.8GHz. Long story short, this phone is ridiculously fast. In short, the OnePlus 6 is the company's most feature-rich smartphone ever but at the same time it is also the most expensive one.
Talking about the camera, the phone features a 20MP + 16MP dual-rear camera setup with an aperture rate of f/1.7.
And since no phone is complete without AI, the 16 MP front camera uses an AI to create the Portrait modes bokeh. The cameras feature OIS and EIS for better image quality along with large 1.22µm for superior low-light photography. This 16 megapixel and 20 megapixel dual-lens rear camera, according to the listing, features optical image stabilisation, portrait mode and enhanced video recording.
The OnePlus 6's display is another bright spot, both literally and figuratively.
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He joins Tom Heaton, James Tarkowski, Lewis Cook and Adam Lallana in being placed on the back-up list. Long-time goalkeeper Joe Hart and injury-prone midfielder Jack Wilshere were omitted, for example.
This stunning 6.28-inch Full Optic AMOLED 19:9 display covers nearly the entire front of the phone with only a small notch at the top of the device. It also means they won't fall out and get lost.
Where can I buy the OnePlus 6? It's also remarkably bright, and colors really pop on that attractive AMOLED panel.
The OnePlus 6 will be available starting from 22 of May. Notable, the 6 doesn't support wireless charging despite its glass back.
OnePlus has opted for an all-glass case made from Gorilla Glass 5 which adds plenty of style to the phone and the firm has announced there will be three styles to choose from including Mirror Black, Midnight Black and Silk White.
Along with the much-awaited OnePlus 6, the company also unveiled their wireless headphones called Bullets Wireless.
Like all OnePlus phones you can boost things via Dash charging with the phone going from flat to 60 per cent in around 30 minutes. The top-end version with 8GB RAM and 256GB storage will sell for $629. There's an aluminum back and a glass back, both in black. The Silk White Limited Edition will be available only from June 5 onwards. The Bullets Wireless represent a shift in the mobile landscape, where an increasing number of smartphones have ditched their headphone jacks. As with most batteries, the last leg of charging is a bit slow, but they'll still reach 100 percent - 8-10 hours of music - in 25 minutes.
An evolution of its corded Bullets line, the Bullets Wireless are a water resistant set of Bluetooth earphones connected to each other by a cable-come-neckband, but that doesn't extend to your smartphone.