Compared to other smartphones that come with a 19.5:9 aspect ratio, the OnePlus 6T is rather beefy at 8.2 millimeters. Other brands strive to make their thinner, well below the 8-mm limit. But this is not to say that the 6T feels bulky on the hands. It still feels comfy whether you’re holding it with a hand or two.
Within its 402 ppi 1080×2340 Optic AMOLED 6.41-inch screen is a pair of Kryo 385 quad core processors from Qualcomm. One of these Quads runs on 2.8 Ghz while the others operate at 1.7 Ghz to give you remarkable performance whether it is intensive mobile gaming, media streaming, or office applications that completes your day. Forming the platform for both its CPU and Adreno 630 GPU is Qualcomm’s 10-nm Snapdragon 845 (SDM845) and mated to either a 6GB or 8GB RAM. Incidentally, getting the 6GB will mean you’ve got sufficiently lower storage capacity at 128GB. The 8GB is paired with 256GB. Still, it’s a humongous storage for all your mobile digital needs.
This is not a selfie shooter, although it comes with a single f/2.0 16-megapixel camera up front. It pales in comparison to other smartphones that come with 20+ megapixel shooters in the front. However, its 1/3.1-inch 25-mm wide lens should still give you remarkable selfie shots especially when the Gyro-EIS and auto-HDR features are put into the equation. The main camera is the 6T’s main draw with a dual shooter setup of 16MP + 20MP. Studio Lighting technology is also integrated into the camera to offer more stunning shots.
The OnePlus 6T is a smartphone that comes with all the bells and whistles of a typical 6-inch, the edge-to-edge gadget including a bevy of sensors, fast-charging battery, and multiple connectivity options. It is OnePlus’ take on what premium smartphones should be.