OnePlus 6 camera, battery, colors: Here's everything for your info

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OnePlus 6 comes in three colors: Mirror Black, Midnight Black, and Silk White.
OnePlus 6 comes in three colors: Mirror Black, Midnight Black, and Silk White.
Smartphone lovers, your desired OnePlus 6 is now available with compelling option and at a reasonable price, starting at $529 to be specific. But, keep the price tag aside and let’s talk about its camera, hardware, software and so on. Here in this webpage, you will find a lot more about OnePlus6. Keep scrolling! OnePlus 6 comes in three colors: Mirror Black, Midnight Black, and Silk White. Mirror Black is offered in 6GB / 64GB configurations; Midnight Black is only available in 8GB / 128GB and 8GB / 256GB configurations and the Silk White option is available in the 8GB / 128GB configuration. Critics say that OnePlus 6 is the company's finest phone ever, with excellent design, build quality, battery life and, for the first time, cameras. Of course, the mobile phone has a larger 16MP sensor than previous OnePlus devices, with pixels that are 19% bigger, so low-light photography is immensely improved. The phone's main sensor is aided by a fast ƒ/1.7 aperture, so true depth of field is a thing, along with drastically improved image signal processing from Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845. Together, the phone is able to detect the correct settings more quickly, take multiple shots if necessary, enable HDR mode automatically, and reduce or eliminate grain in dark conditions. There's also Optical Image Stabilization (OIS), which was in the OnePlus 3 line but removed in last year's series for unknown reasons. It's back now, and paired with a larger sensor and faster main lens, the results speak for themselves. Talking about OnePlus 6's secondary camera, it's a 20MP sensor with ƒ/1.7 lens, but its main purpose is to facilitate portrait mode which, while good, isn't enough reason to have a second sensor in the first place. In software front, the handset supports Android 8.1 Oreo. One of the more interesting changes to the software is a set of gestures that eliminates the bottom navigation keys, relying on swipes up from different areas of the bottom edge to go back, home, and enter multitasking. The OnePlus 6 starts at $529 USD for the base model and goes up to $629 for additional RAM and storage. Just look out at your nearest mobile store or may be some online stores to make your best buy. Happy shopping!