The OnePlus 6 is a definite upgrade over the OnePlus 5T, but since it's launched just around six months after the 5T, it makes little sense for 5T or for that matter, even the OnePlus 5 users to make the switch.
The OnePlus 6, at least on paper, looks like it's got the goods to deliver a truly flagship experience
The OnePlus 6 photos showed quite an impressive dynamic range. One of the images clicked at night showed some noise in the sky but was otherwise sharp.
OnePlus 6 to launch in India on 17 May, sale to begin on 21 May: Here's all you need to know from the leaks so far
The company has gone out of its way to give us daily teasers of the smartphone. Between this and the leaks, it's hard to keep up with all the information.
All the OnePlus 6 sample images have captured a good amount of details, accurate colour reproduction and dynamic range with very less exposure clipping.
OnePlus 6 will come with Snapdragon 845 SoC with CPU clocked at 2.7 GHz and will be powered by 3,450 mAh battery and 6 GB RAM.