Over the recent years, OnePlus has created quite a reputation for itself as a brand that can satisfy your technological needs without draining your wallets and bank accounts. While the likes of Samsung, Apple and other tech giants continue to put out amazing device, those looking for a high quality smartphone at a more reasonable price can usually count on OnePlus to supply it. The latest device coming from OnePlus, is the OnePlus 6. As usual, people are interested to know what the handset can do, and the best way to determine whether or not it’s worth upgrading, is to compare it to the OnePlus 5 itself.
Before we get into juicy specs, it’s important to point out that both phones run on Android 7.1, which is a big deal. Having access to a good Android version increases a phone’s value tremendously.
- With the OnePlus 6, the company has decided to push their limits and come up with a 6 inch display. The OnePlus 5 only delivered 5.5 inches worth of screen real estate.
- The newer smartphone comes with a superior resolution of 2160 x 1080, while the phone it’s replacing came with a 1920 x 1080 resolution.
- The pixel density is very similar, with the newer model sporting a marginally superior 402 ppi density, whereas the OnePlus 5 provided a 401 ppi density.
- In terms of processing power, both devices feature the Snapdragon 835 chip, manufactured by Qualcomm.
- While the OnePlus 6 features the octa core, 2450 MHz Kryo chip, the OnePlus 5 comes with a 2457 MHz Kryo , also octa core.
- The graphics processing power is provided in both cases by the Adreno 540
- Both devices feature 8 GB of RAM and a total of 128 GB of internal storage
The camera is an important tool for today’s smartphone users, and these two devices provide excellent lenses.
- The new OnePlus features a 16 MP camera on the front, just like the OnePlus 5, and both handsets feature a 20 MP dual camera setup on the backside.
- The previous model came with a hefty 3300 mAh battery unit, more than enough for some users. This put the pressure on the OnePlus6, which can’t afford to provide a lesser experience in terms of battery quality.
The improvements are definitely there, although for someone that’s not really that tech savvy, it’s hard to sport the finer lines between the two smartphones. Luckily for the range of consumers that don’t bother with internal specs that much, the main difference is right in front of them, in the form of a bigger and better display unit. Not only is the new screen larger in size, but also provides a much more crisp image thanks to the superior resultion.