With the excitement on new phones due out before Christmas such as the new Pixel range, the new iPhone’s and the just released Galaxy Note 9, these often come with a hefty price tag and people often overlook the current range of flagships that can give better value for your money.
One of the existing phones that has caught a lot of attention is the OnePlus 6, which was released around 3 months ago back in London where we were also live to cover the news and post our hands on review on the same day.
Most of the time we suffer slowdown on our smartphones once we start adding a load of content such as photos, videos, music and those apps we love filling our phone with.
However this is not always the case…..
OnePlus reached out with some key specifications which ensures your OnePlus 6 stays as fast today as it did when it launched, and also get the best value for money when compared to other flagship phones that have been launched.
- The CPU (Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 845) and GPU (Adreno 630) work together improve performance by 30%, while being 10% more power efficient, compared to the OnePlus 5T.
- The processing power of the OnePlus 6 is further achieved through software optimisations that have been carefully considered to ensure the CPU and GPU are utilized in the best way to suit the user
- With up to 8 GB LPPDR4X RAM, switching between apps is smooth and efficient, app-loading speeds are fast and multi-taking with a large number of apps open at once is not a problem, ensuring lag is a thing of the past.
- Gaming on the OnePlus 6 has been improved by the upgrade of Gaming Mode. It is now able to boost app loading speeds, has app-priortisation to provide more data to the game you are playing and reduces the data flow to apps running in the background for improved performance, and for apps running on the Unity engine, there is Gaming battery saver mode, that helps you play for longer
The OnePlus 6 starts from £469 in a range of colours direct from OnePlus and has to be one of the best value for money smartphones we have ever used, and with Android Pie coming soon, it will just keep getting better.