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post Sep 6 2018, 02:26 PM, updated 7 months ago

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ONEPLUS 6/6T DISCUSSION THREAD V2

ONEPLUS 6T

Launched in 29/10/2018 with Mirror Black, Midnight Black. First OP device available officially for the US.

Specifications:

Operating system:
Android 9 Pie OxygenOS

Display:
6.28-inch Optic AMOLED, 2283x1080 (19.5:9 aspect ratio), Gorilla Glass 6 (screen only, back panel is GG5).

Processor:
Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 octa-core Adreno 630 GPU

Storage:
128GB (Mirror Black, Midnight Black)
256GB (Midnight Black)

RAM:
6GB LPDDR4X (Mirror Black)
8GB LPDDR4X (Mirror Black, Midnight Black)

Rear camera 1:
16MP (IMX 519), 1.22-micron pixels, ƒ/1.7 OIS, EIS Dual LED flash

Rear camera 2:
20MP (IMX 376k), 1-micron pixels, ƒ/1.7

Rear video:
4K @ 60 fps, 1080p @ 60FPS 720p @ 480FPS slo-mo (max values) capped at 1 min for slow-mo

Front camera:
16MP (IMX 371), 1-micron pixels, f/2.0 1080p 30FPS video

Battery:
3700mAh Non-removable with DASH fast charging technology

Audio:
Single bottom firing speaker. USB-C Audio Out (NO JACK)

Water resistance:
Splash resistance, No IP rating

Security:
Optical under-display fingerprint sensor, Face unlock

Connectivity:
802.11ac Wi-Fi, 2x2 MIMO, Bluetooth 5.0, aptX HD, USB-C (2.0), NFC, GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, Galileo

Network:
4xCA, 256QAM, DL Cat 16, UL Cat 13
FDD-LTE Band 1/2/3/4/5/7/8/12/17/18/19/20/25/26/28/29/66 (30/32/71 for US ver)
TDD-LTE Band 34/38/39/40/41 (46 for US Ver)
TD-SCDMA Band 34/39
HSPA Band 1/2/4/5/8/9/19
CDMA Band BC0/BC1

Dimensions:
157.5 x 74.8 x 8.2mm

Weight:
185 grams

Colors:
Mirror Black, Midnight Black (Others TBA)

Price (Malaysia Version):
6GB RAM / 128GB
(RM2588)
8GB RAM / 128GB
(RM2888)
8GB RAM / 256GB
(RM3188)


ONEPLUS 6

Launched in 22/5/2018 with Mirror Black, Midnight Black and limited time Silk White on 5/6/2018.

OnePlus 6 official news at Malaysia: https://www.lowyat.net/2018/163010/oneplus-...price-preorder/

INFO on Avengers Edition first look launched in China
Chinese: http://zinggadget.com/2018/05/17/oneplus-6...nched-in-china/ English: https://www.lowyat.net/2018/162492/oneplus-...emed-oneplus-6/

Specifications:
Operating system:
Android 8.1 Oreo OxygenOS (Android P ready)

Display:
6.28-inch Optic AMOLED, 2280x1080 (19:9 aspect ratio), Gorilla Glass 5

Processor:
Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 octa-core Adreno 630 GPU

Storage:
64GB (Mirror Black)
128GB (Mirror Black, Midnight Black, Silk White, Red)
256GB (Midnight Black, Phantom Black)

RAM:
6GB LPDDR4X (Mirror Black)
8GB LPDDR4X (Mirror Black, Midnight Black, Silk White, Red, Phantom Black)

Rear camera 1:
16MP (IMX 519), 1.22-micron pixels, ƒ/1.7 OIS, EIS Dual LED flash

Rear camera 2:
20MP (IMX 376k), 1-micron pixels, ƒ/1.7

Rear video:
4K @ 60 fps, 1080p @ 60FPS 720p @ 480FPS slo-mo (max values) capped at 1 min for slow-mo

Front camera:
16MP (IMX 371), 1-micron pixels, f/2.0 1080p 30FPS video

Battery:
3300mAh Non-removable with DASH fast charging technology

Audio:
Headphone jack (Single bottom firing speaker)

Water resistance:
Splash resistance, No IP rating

Security:
One-touch fingerprint sensor, Face unlock

Connectivity:
802.11ac Wi-Fi, 2x2 MIMO, Bluetooth 5.0, aptX HD, USB-C (2.0), NFC, GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, Galileo

Network:
4xCA, 256QAM, DL Cat 16, UL Cat 13
FDD-LTE Band 1/2/3/4/5/7/8/12/17/18/19/20/25/26/28/29/30/32/66/71
TDD-LTE Band 34/38/39/40/41
TD-SCDMA Band 34/39
HSPA Band 1/2/4/5/8/9/19
CDMA Band BC0/BC1

Dimensions:
155.7 x 75.4 x 7.75 mm

Weight:
177 grams

Colors:
Mirror Black, Midnight Black, Silk White, Red and Phantom Black (Avengers Edition)

Price (Malaysia Version):
6GB RAM / 64GB
(RM2399)
8GB RAM / 128GB
(RM2799)
8GB RAM / 256GB
(RM3099)
Avenger Edition Imported 8GB RAM / 256GB
(RM2799)

General FAQ:
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OnePlus 6 Reviews and Other Info:















OnePlus 6T Reviews and Other Info:



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OnePlus 6 Accessories Info:
Tempered Glass thanks to bro doppatroll

OnePlus 6 Official 3D Tempered Glass


OnePlus 6 Nilkin Tempered Glass


OnePlus 6 Orzly Tempered Glass


More OnePlus 6 Accessories Review at TheBigUnbox:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCE639ItHrCPOsQ4rAfVIbuA

Oppo VOOC 5000mAh Powerbank
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MoKo Twill and Sedio Optik OEM cases mini-review
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QUOTE(Assclown @ Sep 6 2018, 06:12 PM)
Eiraku, don't mind sharing where you bought the VOOC 5000mAh power bank from?

Can't seem to find it on Lazada, 11street or Shopee
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It was from Lelong, but I went and contacted the shop selling directly and COD (shop was in Plaza Pudu, CMN Mobile). Not sure if they still even have stocks though, TBH that VOOC PB has been around for a while now actually lol, I'm not surprised if it's actually already discontinued.

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QUOTE(Lon3Rang3r00 @ Sep 7 2018, 03:30 PM)
Did you try with Airplane Mode on?

hmm.gif OnePlus 6T is so near... and now some of the 9.9 Promo seems decent... should i wait for 6T? i kinda like the idea of water drop notch.
And do you guys think 6T will have accessed to Super VOOC tech?
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Probably yes for Super VOOC, considering OP already trademarked "Warp Charge". Although you have to wonder if there will be backwards compatibility with "normal" Dash.

Also, 6T might have an in-display FPS, which might (or like the Nex S, might not) work for "secure" apps like M2U.

Other that those two considerations, it's pretty safe to say that 6T is probably worth waiting for... And at the very least there will probably be a slight bump down in 6 prices for whatever stocks that remains by then as well, IF the 6 turns out to not be your cuppa tea.

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QUOTE(shiningace @ Sep 7 2018, 06:22 PM)
happened to me too. im using 2 simcard, and sometimes the data will drop to E. i then switch simcard and switch back again, and it works. and by switch, i mean using the quick setting
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A6000 or A6003?
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QUOTE(shiningace @ Sep 7 2018, 06:31 PM)
A6003 malaysia set
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Hmm, funky. I'd think the 6k would have these types of issues TBH due to the missing 3 bands (and stuff), though I've yet to encounter them myself...

... not that I'm using both SIM slots pun.

Celcom also?

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QUOTE(jinj @ Sep 7 2018, 06:33 PM)
Waiting for the 6T too

Hope the pocopong manage to scare them a bit
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Maybe pricing wise. Features wise it's far too late to add anything in direct response to the PocoPoco (like a big ass battery) already if they're aiming for a Oct/Nov release IMO.

But even if they're copying straight from the R17 Pro template (+845), specs don't look like anything to be scoffed at TBH.

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QUOTE(jessicat90 @ Sep 7 2018, 08:37 PM)
Don't mind add more battery in exchange of a thicker phone
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Personally I think so too TBH, but unfortunately "thicc" is kinda a taboo word amongst phone makers nowadays lol.

But if the R17P specs are anything to go by, we're getting at least 3700+mahs, split between two batteries (to allow Super Duper Hyper Fast... ehem... Warp Charge). Better then no upgrade at all lol.

Anddddd BECAUSE we're getting SDHF charging (lol), we're probably NOT gonna get wireless charging, AGAIN.

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QUOTE(Lon3Rang3r00 @ Sep 7 2018, 09:54 PM)
If really wait till next January we might see it equipped with 855. I heard the next OnePlus phone will be a Flagship model, will see significant price bump. To be honest i like NEX/Mi Mix more.

The downside of on screen fingerprint is... slow, so did OnePlus really over come this barrier? "Unlock the speed". There really no need to have Wireless Charging if it has access to Super VOOC.
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I'm actually going through a whole slew of technical questions in my mind about the practicality of using two batteries over one (which it's doing to achieve SDHF Charge - yes I'm gonna just call it that now), but I guess if its decent enough that Oppo can fit it into the the R17P fer realz, then it shouldn't be too bad.

On the other hand, as for the FPS, unless it's Ultrasonic (which I doubt), it's not gonna be any speedier then the Nex S's... except if it skips some verification stages (which would make it less secure = bad) or if it's actually NOT the same optical FPS unit as the one used in the Nex S (a Synaptics unit, perhaps).

Well, unless someone tears down an R17R, we'll probably won't know anyway until we get closer to Nov.

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Oh, BTW seems my cases have arrived, both the Sedio Optik and MoKo Twill OEMs straight from AliEx. Details incoming, but lemme say one thing about the Optik OEM: It might very well be the BEST "clear" type case I've gotten so far.

EDIT: ALSO my SGFreshIdea InvisShield TGSP woooo!

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QUOTE(TOMEI-R @ Sep 7 2018, 11:26 PM)
Why the hype with all the on screen fingerprint / normal fingerprint unlock. With facial unlock which is way more convenient and faster than fingerprint unlock, why bother about fingerprint unlock anymore?
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I for one prefer FPS over Face Unlock. Why? For now its more secure (unless you go full Apple with 3D depth mapping), faster (well, in its current form anyway), doesn't have issues with accessories (except for gloves ler) and you can actually use the FPS for other things (like launching stuff, turning on torchlight, pulling down the notification drawer etc).

But eyyy, maybe in a few years maybe Face Unlock will be good enough that it won't matter anymore.

And damn it. I have shit skills with SPs... I have now ruined both of the bloody SGFreshIdea TGSPs, totally. Sigh.

I give up, tomorrow I go find TGSP at a bloody shop ler.

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And now case (mini-)review time:

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MoKo Twill OEM:
+ Very nice feel of the patterned back
+ Side pattern/holes makes it very grippy (as does the patterned back)
+ Strap hole provided
+ Slider cutout perfect
+ Camera cutout protected well
+ Sloped FPS access
+ Seems to have enough side clearance for Official TG

- Buttons a bit less tactile then Spigen, better then the Sedio below though
- Front lip very minimal (with my vinyl-backed 6, it's pretty much non-existent with a TGSP on)

+- Feels a bit less protective, probably due to it being a bit on the thin side (comparable to the Ori TPU case).

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Sedio Optik OEM:
+ Side roughened surface = grippy
+ Back dot pattern eliminates A LOT of the "rainbow effect", while not getting in the way of clarity too much (fairly important, even the Ringke had to be modded to achieve this)
+ Cam cutout protected well
+ Enough clearance (side) for Official TG
+ Corner bumper molding seems nice for shock absorption

- Buttons less tactile, worse then MoKo Twill
- Slider cutout is more like the Ringke V2 (aka, not really good) vs the Moko/Spigen
- FPS cutout isn't sloped (but I haven't had much issues using it nonetheless)
- Front lip very minimal (again, + my vinyl back its pretty much zero with a TGSP)

+- Smooth TPU, which means it's slippery to dry fingers and grippy to wet ones.
+- No strap hole (not necessarily important, it is to me though)

Annnnd with that, unfortunately I'll have to ditch both of these and go back to my trusty Spigen, and my anti-rainbow modded Ringke.

Why? The lack of lip for the screen on both is just too much for me TBH (the Spigen and Ringke has plenty of it), though it might just be my ClearPlex back protector as it adds a tiny bit of thickness to the OP6 - probably leading to the zero lip situation.

A bit miffed I bought 2 of each, even if they were (very) cheap on AliEx... when I actually only have one each of my "preferred" cases lol.

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With that, I close this review post with a pix of the cases involved (and mentioned) in this mini-review.

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QUOTE(lopiop @ Sep 8 2018, 11:50 AM)
I tried the spigen rugged armor with the orzly tempered glass, doesn't fit well because the spigen has a big lip on the top and the tempered glass will bubble at the upper right hand corner. With the oneplus nylon case no issue though
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Hows the screen lip on the Nylon? Might consider getting one if the lip is up to par.
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QUOTE(lopiop @ Sep 8 2018, 12:41 PM)
Nylon lip is quite flush with the orzly tempered glass. I think the problem with the spigen is the lip covers more of the top bezel compared to the bottom bezel.

Nylon case doesn't give much grip though
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Uuh, that sounds a bit insufficient to me though lip wise. Guess I'll stick with the Spigen even if I have to stick with partial protectors.
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QUOTE(durrrr @ Sep 8 2018, 10:13 AM)
Just bought the OP6. Expecting to receive it today. Can't wait any more so fuck the 6T. Whatever improvement/feature coming on the 6T is just stupid. Haha.

Jokes a side, anyone using the OP6 red silicon case? Any reviews? Although its kinda pricey for me, I would get it if its good. Good meaning if my son throws my phone on the floor, it wouldn't crack. Haha. Or any other recommendations is appreciated.
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If you want a case like that, get the Otterbox commuter lol. It has the best chance of protecting your phone against... err... your son. Also, consider the UAG, Poetic Guardian and the Supcase UB Pro.

For "almost as good" protection with a thinner profile, get the Spigen Rugged Armour (when folks like me mention Spigen, this is the one). Heck, there's a review of it right above this post. Personally I've gotten into more then a few bumps and bruises with the Spigen on (including a screen first dive onto a tar road) and it's been doing its job so far.

Keep in mind though, that most of these cases have THICC lips and thus might not be compatible with "full cover" TGSPs (except maybe the Guardian, which is advertised to fit Poetic's full-cover TGSP).

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QUOTE(prabjit93 @ Sep 8 2018, 05:54 PM)
Yes I have this problem. Mine is A6000. Will stick on E or H+ sad.gif
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Celcom also? Hmmm... hmm.gif
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QUOTE(jessicat90 @ Sep 8 2018, 08:52 PM)
Eiraku how do you mod Ringke to reduce rainbow effect?
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I stuck translucent carbon fiber sticker to the back of the clear PC panel of the Ringke itself, and also to the other side just for good measure lol. Doesn't really matter that it's not entirely clear now coz my OP6Av back has a CF pattern anyway.

The logos still show through somehow though, even if it's not entirely "clear" anymore, so I'm pretty okay with the end result.

Here's how it looks like post mod:
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QUOTE(durrrr @ Sep 9 2018, 12:48 AM)
Seller bundled with free likgus casing which looks very similar to Spigen. Maybe is ciplak version. Heard of it? Any comments?
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I also got free tempered glass. Not sure if I'm gonna install it..worry I will f up. Haha.
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This particular case design goes by many "brand" names lol, and have existed pretty much as long as the ori Spigen has, but it isn't all bad.

I got two of these from AliEx back during my Honor 8 days to replace my stretching Ori Rugged (yeah the Ori Spigen does get a bit loose after a year or so of use). They're a bit thinner and less ergonomic (less curvy) then the Ori, but the back brushed finish is pretty good for grip TBH. Overall not bad considering it's a lot cheaper.

Also, IINM this one supposedly works fine with "full cover" TGSPs, unlike the Ori one... though consequently it does lose a lot of the lip that makes the Ori so darned good in my books.

That said, I do think it's more than fine for "normal use" and upgrading to an Ori isn't really necessary. If you feel you NEED more protection, the Otterbox/UAG/Guardian/UB Pro is a better way to go IMHO.

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