The OnePlus device is a flagship from 2018. It still looks like a million bucks, though. It’s made from glass and aluminum. They curved its back, helping it fit snuggly into your palms.
Who doesn’t love a thin phone? Its dimensions are as follows, 155.7 mm x 75.4 mm x 7.8 mm. There’s some weight to it, which we’re fans of. The more weight a phone has, the more premium it’ll feel. It comes in at 177 grams.
It comes in a range of shades. Our favourite is the Amber Red. Handsets that colour look the most exciting.
Unlike most flagships these days, it has a 3.5 mm headphone jack.
It’s a big phone – its screen stretches 6.28 inches across. The panel on its front is Optic AMOLED. This means that colours are vibrant. It’s sharp too, just take a look at its resolution, it’s 1080 x 2280 pixels.
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Of course, there’s a great screen-to-body ratio. You’re getting a display with an 83.8% ratio.
Although we’re not told what the glass on its back is, we know that there’s Gorilla Glass 5 on its front. Trying to scratch it would be hard.
Out of the box, it runs Android 8.1. Android 10 was recently released, and we’re glad that you can upgrade its systems to it. The OS is powered through OnePlus’ proprietary OxygenOS 10.3.1. If you’re not a phone enthusiast, you’re probably not aware of how good it is. It’s known to be close to stock Android.
The chipset housed is a beast. It rocks the Snapdragon 845. Even by today’s standards, it’s superb. Something else that’s fast is its fingerprint sensor. It’s rear-mounted
Unfortunately, you’re not getting a MicroSD slot. The ROM it comes with is good, though. You can pick it up with either 64, 128, or 256 GB of space. Along with them, 6 or 8 GB of RAM are available – apps would load fast.
As it’s so thin, it’s not surprising that a big battery isn’t present. There’s a 3300 mAh unit inside it. Of course, it’s non-removable. The phone fully drains in a little over a day.
You’ll be charging it with a 20 W fast charger. It goes from 0-100% in around an hour and 15 minutes. It comes with dash-charging, which takes it to the first 60% in half an hour.
Sadly, wireless or reverse charging isn’t available. They would’ve been the cherry on top.
In terms of its cameras, there’s a dual set-up on its back and a single one on its front. The camera on its rear consists of a 16 MP wide lens and a 20 MP regular shooter. On its front, there is a 16 MP wide sensor. The camera takes vibrant shots. They’re more than decent in low light as well.
Here’s the deal:
It’s not the cheapest. You’ll be able to snag it between Rs.90,000-100,000 islandwide.