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Twenty-four hours after the launch of the OnePlus 6T, I've come to the conclusion that the latest OnePlus flagship has decided to leave the security of a niche powerhouse challenges the mainstream consumer market: Long ago, the flagship handset was redefined, and now the goal is to redefine a leading manufacturer.

OnePlus 6T (Image: Ewan Spence) Ewan Spence [1

9659002] OnePlus has given its message "Never Settle" a lot of power, which worked well with the early handsets, who made some daring decisions to stand up against the then mobile phones (especially the Samsung Galaxy S5 and the Apple iPhone 5S) However, as the smartphone industry advances, the specifications and components used in the flagship vessels become more homogenous, and OnePlus' hardware selection becomes imme r closer to the company.

This must be reconciled with Apple's growth. A P lus. Just as James Dean of smartphones will continue to assert itself (especially now that T-Mobile is supported by the US carriers) and continue to assert itself as a marginal outsider, it is part of the mainstream material of the smartphone world. Businesses need to evolve as they grow, and OnePlus 6T should be seen right through this lens.

OnePlus 6T (Image: Ewan Spence) Ewan Spence

Thanks to the six-month product cycle, the OnePlus 6T does not make much of a jump from the OnePlus 6. It's a remarkable step forward for OnePus 5T, but I do not think so that the owners of these two handsets should consider a jump. Owners of the OnePlus 5 (launched eighteen months ago) and the OnePlus 3T (born in 2016) are likely newcomers, and of course those new to OnePlus, who consider the 6T as the first device from Pete Lau and his team. 19659006] Obviously I give nothing to the super fans who will buy everything, but then every manufacturer has these … some more than others.

According to this logic, I could cut and paste the text from the OnePlus 6 reports, in a few paragraphs about the fingerprint reader, the new camera software, and the hardware decisions that led to the removal of the 3.5-headphone jack and I would be done

OnePlus 6T (Image: Ewan Spence) Ewan Spence [19659002] And essentially, the rest of the review is just that. Before I go there though, it's worth noting that the attractiveness of the OnePlus 6T (and it's an attractive handset) is that making a handset is like baking cakes. They all have the same ingredients, but they are all mixed slightly differently, which can lead to completely different results.

So the real difference between the 6T and the competition is not the fingerprint sensor already pouring out of China on Vivo, Oppo and Xiaomi phones, to name just three – but how it all works together. Which means that the true star of the show is not the bullet points, but OnePlus Oxygen OS.

OnePlus 6T (Image: Ewan Spence) Ewan Spence

Oxygen OS is based on Android and OnePlus 6T comes with the Android 9-based Oxygen OS version. This is as up to date as possible. OnePlus will support the 6T with two years of code updates for the operating system and another year of security updates. The OnePlus 6 also takes up the Android 9 update, and I said it's imminent for OnePlus 5 and 5T.

One of the main aspects of Oxygen OS is that it is rare. OnePlus has reduced as many lint as possible. Yes, there are all the screens and apps Google needs, but there are not any excessive apps or additional animations or transitions in the UI. The splash screens are straightforward, and although there are a number of information widgets in the upper right corner, they are not overly intrusive.

Minimal is an advantage, but also fast. And this is a key argument for OxygenOS. Yes, OnePlus could choose the route of other manufacturers and opt for Google's AndroidOne to provide a consistent user interface and let Google make the updates. However, this is not a route where the operating system can be ignored. There is still a need for engineering.

Although creating and maintaining OxygenOS requires more work, it means that OnePlus has the power to optimize and control its own decisions about what the operating system is, its priorities, and when it is available to the customer is. Choosing to use it quickly and smoothly means that OnePlus can package the hardware and software as a package.

This is a good decision that shows through in the OnePlus 6T. This is one of the simplest and cleanest Android experiences in the market. It's not the headline of the 6T, but it's perhaps the most impressive.

OnePlus 6T (Image: Ewan Spence) Ewan Spence

Under the screen is a fingerprint sensor. You press the stylized fingerprint icon to unlock the device or authorize payments. It works as advertised. Next-

– You want more?

Okay, this is the feature that makes OnePlus the leader, and it's called Smart Unlock. It was heralded as "the first smart unlock in the US". Note that this is a region, not worldwide (as you all know, Chinese mobile phones have been using this feature for some time), and of course, no other manufacturer has OnePlus. Smart unlock.

But this is about the commercialization in the smartphone sector. The time from something that is a unique selling point to everyone who has it is less than the one-year product cycle that most manufacturers live from. OnePlus is the first to bring this to the mainstream, but it will not be the last.

In action, I had no complaints about how the feature was implemented. Remember, however, to register your fingerprint in the orientation it uses – hold the phone in our thumb and note the angle of your thumb. While a "twisted" finger is still recognized, it can sometimes take longer, so why increase the workload?

OnePlus suggests a one-third of a second to register and unlock the device when Tilt Enable is turned on. So the whole process is "fast and smooth". It allows more screens in the forward area and means you can use the fingerprint sensor while the phone is at a desk – something the rear-mounted sensor does not allow. I registered both my index fingers and my thumb to unlock the tabletop.

OnePlus 6T (Image: Ewan Spence) Ewan Spence

OnePlus also pushes the camera vigorously, along with the Nightscape mode, to improve performance at a low level. As mentioned earlier, the hardware is the same as the OnePlus 6, and the software used to improve image quality is also backported. David Phelan took a close look at the camera, so I'll refer to some of his highlights.

That's good. Very similar to the last model, but with slight but noticeable differences. It is still effective in a number of situations and lighting conditions. But the benefits are that it's better with night shots and portraits now.

I only tested portrait mode with a single subject, my dog ​​and oh man, and she does not really sit still. Still, the results were reasonably impressive and managed to capture their best side (she says) and artfully blur the background. Of course, it's mostly meant for humans, not puppies, but it's pretty good.

It's pretty decent in low light, although, as with most camera phones, more light changes the result – it's the difference between easy to use and hey-look-this.

Nightscape mode resembles the long exposure Huawei had on the P20 Pro this year, which is great for finding out details that the human eye can only vaguely see in the dark. It is effective, and even surprising, when dark scenes are brightened up, but it can also happen that images look a bit strange or at least look quite different than you saw the scene.

Click here for the full review of the OnePlus 6T.

OnePlus 6T (Image: Ewan Spence) Ewan Spence

The OnePlus 6T is a handheld device of its time. Although there are minor differences, the basic shape fits with other flagship devices from other manufacturers. The room for innovation, if you want to be seen in the retail mass market as a mainstream handset, is quite narrow. OnePlus has decided to settle in this room, but pushes as far as possible on the envelope.

Yes, I am annoyed that the 3.5mm headphone jack has been omitted to accommodate the fingerprint sensor and the larger battery. It could have stayed on the device, but that would have increased the thickness of the 6T (which is already slightly thicker than the 6) and add 14g in weight – the irony that the protective wrapper adds in the retail packaging adds 25g and a few Millimeter is not lost to me – but the fashionable flagship trend is USB-C or Wireless, and the OnePlus 6T wants to be seen as a flagship.

And let's be clear, OnePlus has delivered a flagship at a lower price than the likes of Samsung and Apple. Trade-offs have been made in a number of areas to make this possible. In particular, the camera hardware is not as sophisticated as the more expensive competition, there is only a mono speaker for audio output, and there is still a lack of wireless charging.

-Brecher? As with any smartphone, you have to weigh the pros and cons. I'm pretty sure the OnePlus 6T fans will be pleased with the 6T, while those looking for the ultimate handset will be disappointed. For the average consumer on the main street OnePlus 6T is the epitome of a "really good smartphone".

Read how OnePlus rewards its community when Apple massively changed the OnePlus 6T team …

Disclaimer: OnePlus Provides OnePlus 6T for Review ,

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Twenty-four hours after the launch of the OnePlus 6T, and I've come to the conclusion that the latest OnePlus The flagship has decided to leave the safety of a niche powerhouse to challenge the mainstream consumer market : Long ago, the flagship handset was redefined, and now the goal is to redefine a leading manufacturer.

OnePlus 6T (Image: Ewan Spence) Ewan Spence

OnePlus has embraced its message of "Never Settle," which worked well with the early handsets making some daring decisions to stand out against the handsets of the time (especially the Samsung Galaxy S5 and the Apple iPhone 5S). However, the specifications and components used in the flagship industries are becoming more homogeneous, and OnePlus hardware options are getting closer to the ground ng approach.

This must be reconciled with the growth of OnePlus. Just as it will continue to prevail as James Dean of smartphones (especially now that T-Mobile is supported by the US carriers) and will continue to prevail as a pervasive outsider, it is part of the mainstream of the smartphone world. Businesses need to evolve as they grow, and OnePlus 6T should be seen right through this lens.

OnePlus 6T (Image: Ewan Spence) Ewan Spence

Thanks to the six-month OnePlus 6T product cycle, the OnePlus 6 does not make big leaps. It is a remarkable improvement over the OnePus 5T of recent years, but I do not think the owners of these two handsets should consider a leap. Owners of the OnePlus 5 (launched eighteen months ago) and the OnePlus 3T (born in 2016) are likely newcomers, and of course those new to OnePlus, who consider the 6T as the first device from Pete Lau and his team. Obviously I give nothing to the super fans who will buy everything, but then every manufacturer has this … some more than others.

According to this logic, I could cut and paste the text from the OnePlus 6 reports, in a few paragraphs about the fingerprint reader, the new camera software, and the hardware choices that led to the removal of the 3.5-headphone jack have, and I would be finished.

OnePlus 6T (Image: Ewan Spence) Ewan Spence [19659002] And essentially, the rest of the review is just that. However, before I go there, it's worth noting that the attractiveness of the OnePlus 6T (and it's an attractive handset) is that making a handset is like baking cakes. They all have the same ingredients, but they are all mixed slightly differently, which can lead to completely different results.

So the real difference between the 6T and the competition is not the fingerprint sensor already pouring out of China on Vivo, Oppo and Xiaomi phones, to name just three – but how it all works together. Which means that the actual star of the show are not the bullet points, but OnePlus Oxygen OS.

OnePlus 6T (Image: Ewan Spence) Ewan Spence

Oxygen OS is based on Android and OnePlus 6T comes with the Android 9-based Oxygen OS version. This is as up to date as possible. OnePlus will support the 6T with two years of code updates for the operating system and another year of security updates. The OnePlus 6 also takes up the Android 9 update, and I said it's imminent for OnePlus 5 and 5T.

One of the main aspects of Oxygen OS is that it is rare. OnePlus has reduced as many lint as possible. Yes, there are all the screens and apps Google needs, but there are not any excessive apps or additional animations or transitions in the UI. The splash screens are straightforward, and although there are a number of information widgets in the upper right corner, they are not overly intrusive.

Minimal is an advantage, but also fast. And this is a key argument for OxygenOS. Yes, OnePlus could choose the route of other manufacturers and opt for Google's AndroidOne to provide a consistent user interface and let Google make the updates. However, this is not a route where the operating system can be ignored. There is still a need for engineering.

Although creating and maintaining OxygenOS requires more work, it means that OnePlus has the power to optimize and control its own decisions about what the operating system is, its priorities, and when it is available to the customer is. Choosing to use it quickly and smoothly means that OnePlus can package the hardware and software as a package.

This is a good decision that shows through in the OnePlus 6T. This is one of the simplest and cleanest Android experiences in the market. It's not the headline of the 6T, but it's perhaps the most impressive.

OnePlus 6T (Image: Ewan Spence) Ewan Spence

Under the screen is a fingerprint sensor. You press the stylized fingerprint icon to unlock the device or authorize payments. It works as advertised. Next-

– You want more?

Okay, this is the feature that makes OnePlus the leader, and it's called Smart Unlock. It was heralded as "the first smart unlock in the US". Note that this is a region, not worldwide (as you all know, Chinese mobile phones have been using this feature for some time), and of course, no other manufacturer has OnePlus. Smart unlock.

But this is about the commercialization in the smartphone sector. The time from something that is a unique selling point to everyone who has it is less than the one-year product cycle that most manufacturers live from. OnePlus is the first to bring this to the mainstream, but it will not be the last.

In action, I had no complaints about how the feature was implemented. Remember, however, to register your fingerprint in the orientation it uses – hold the phone in our thumb and note the angle of your thumb. While a "twisted" finger is still recognized, it can sometimes take longer, so why increase the workload?

OnePlus suggests a one-third of a second to register and unlock the device when Tilt Enable is turned on. So the whole process is "fast and smooth". It allows more screens in the forward area and means you can use the fingerprint sensor while the phone is at a desk – something the rear-mounted sensor does not allow. I registered both my index fingers and my thumb to unlock the tabletop.

OnePlus 6T (Image: Ewan Spence) Ewan Spence

OnePlus also pushes the camera vigorously, along with Nightscape mode, to improve performance at a low level. As mentioned earlier, the hardware is the same as the OnePlus 6, and the software used to improve image quality is also backported. David Phelan took a close look at the camera, so I'll refer to some of his highlights.

That's good. Very similar to the last model, but with slight but noticeable differences. It is still effective in a number of situations and lighting conditions. But the advantages are that it is now better for night shots and portraits.

I only tested portrait mode with a single subject, my dog ​​and oh man, and she would not really sit still. Still, the results were reasonably impressive and managed to capture their best side (she says) and artfully blur the background. Of course, it's mostly meant for humans, not puppies, but it's pretty good.

It's pretty decent in low light, although, as with most camera phones, more light changes the result – it's the difference between easy to use and hey-look-this.

Nightscape mode resembles the long exposure Huawei had on the P20 Pro this year, which is great for finding out details that the human eye can only vaguely see in the dark. It is effective, and even surprising, when dark scenes are brightened up, but it can also happen that images look a bit strange or at least look quite different than you saw the scene.

Click here for the full review of the OnePlus 6T.

OnePlus 6T (Image: Ewan Spence) Ewan Spence

The OnePlus 6T is a handheld device of its time. Although there are minor differences, the basic shape fits with other flagship devices from other manufacturers. The room for innovation, if you want to be seen in the retail mass market as a mainstream handset, is quite narrow. OnePlus has decided to settle in this room, but pushes as far as possible on the envelope.

Yes, I am annoyed that the 3.5mm headphone jack has been omitted to accommodate the fingerprint sensor and the larger battery. It could have stayed on the device, but that would have increased the thickness of the 6T (which is already slightly thicker than the 6) and add 14g in weight – the irony that the protective wrapper adds in the retail packaging adds 25g and a few Millimeter is not lost to me – but the fashionable flagship trend is USB-C or Wireless, and the OnePlus 6T wants to be seen as a flagship.

And let's be clear, OnePlus has delivered a flagship at a lower price than the likes of Samsung and Apple. Trade-offs have been made in a number of areas to make this possible. In particular, the camera hardware is not as sophisticated as the more expensive competition, there is only a mono speaker for audio output, and there is still a lack of wireless charging.

-Brecher? As with any smartphone, you have to weigh the pros and cons. I'm pretty sure the OnePlus 6T fans will be pleased with the 6T, while those looking for the ultimate handset will be disappointed. For the average consumer on the main street OnePlus 6T is the epitome of a "really good smartphone".

Read how OnePlus rewards its community when Apple massively changed the OnePlus 6T team …

Disclaimer: OnePlus Provides OnePlus 6T for Review ,


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