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How the Un-premium OnePlus 6 could shake up the entire Android landscape

Tuesday May 22, 2018. 04:38 PM , from PC World
The OnePlus 6 doesn’t have wireless charging. That’s about the only knock against it I can come up with after spending the better part of a day with it. Snapdragon 845? Check. 18:9 OLED screen? Check. Dual camera? Check. Headphone jack? Check.OnePlus may have a reputation as a mid-range phone maker, but the only thing mid-range about the OnePlus 6 is its price tag. In every other area, it matches up with the other 2018 flagships, and when you pick it up, it feels just as premium as the Galaxy S9+ and LG G7. Without seeing the price, you’d probably expect the OnePlus 6 to cost $700 or $800, but even the most expensive model with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage barely tops $600. The new Galaxy S9+ with the same storage, less memory, and a smaller screen will cost you over $300 more.To read this article in full, please click here
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