06-12-2018 08:05 PM
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  1. bob13bob's Avatar
    https://www.tomsguide.com/us/oneplus-6,review-5438.html

    even 6x8 size you can tell the huge difference.

    too bad, was really considering this phone. it seems like no one can touch google pixel's photo quality from here out. i'd pay $100 more just to get a headphone jack back...
    05-22-2018 11:37 AM
  2. Rukbat's Avatar
    And that's with a single camera on the P2. (Some of it has to do with HDR+.)
    05-22-2018 12:05 PM
  3. bhatech's Avatar
    When Pixel 3 comes with dual camera they are going to take it another level where no one can come close. After Pixel 2 few competitors caught up and closed the gap but Google has some great computational photography juice going on.

    That said OP6 looks to take good pictures based on pics seen from many sites. Not the best but definitely nothing bad. It is good, anyway will know for myself when I get mine on Friday.
    05-22-2018 02:26 PM
  4. worldsoutro's Avatar
    Its unfair to compare O6 to a pixel 2 considering the price point and resources each company has in developing camera software. What O6 gives you is a solid camera experience nothing more, nothing less.

    If you are looking for the best camera possible then you gotta fork over the money and buy a P20, Pixel 2xl or a Samsung device
    Morty2264 and RaRa85 like this.
    05-22-2018 03:16 PM
  5. Morty2264's Avatar
    Its unfair to compare O6 to a pixel 2 considering the price point and resources each company has in developing camera software. What O6 gives you is a solid camera experience nothing more, nothing less.

    If you are looking for the best camera possible then you gotta fork over the money and buy a P20, Pixel 2xl or a Samsung device
    I couldn't agree with you more. It's difficult to compare a "flagship killer" to a flagship in this regard. OP will have many excellent attributes but it is not at the same price point as a Google Phone and will therefore sacrifice a couple of bells and whistles. I think OnePlus makes a decent camera. It'll get the job done and get the job done well. But if one wants a spectacular and over-the-top camera experience, then flagships like the Huawei P20 would be better options.
    Laura Knotek likes this.
    05-22-2018 08:26 PM
  6. chanchan05's Avatar
    People always forget what OnePlus was all about. It started nothing more as a performance machine. Sure it has refined all that and stuff, but the bottom line for OnePlus has always been flagship performance at a lower cost. So it will always have some sacrifices somewhere. As it is, camera has always been known to be inferior to the flagships.
    Laura Knotek and Morty2264 like this.
    05-22-2018 09:01 PM
  7. LPRodgers's Avatar
    Actually the camera on the 6 is getting quite a bit of praise
    05-23-2018 09:23 AM
  8. RaRa85's Avatar
    I think the OnePlus 6 is slightly behind the Google Pixel 2. Its definitely not a night and day difference to me and most of that margin can be covered in post processing. Also I think for video, the OnePlus 6 actually does better than a lot of the big names.
    05-23-2018 10:59 AM
  9. Fille84's Avatar
    Its unfair to compare O6 to a pixel 2 considering the price point and resources each company has in developing camera software. What O6 gives you is a solid camera experience nothing more, nothing less.

    If you are looking for the best camera possible then you gotta fork over the money and buy a P20, Pixel 2xl or a Samsung device
    I don't think the p20 takes good pictures at all. The s9 overexposes everything..I think the oneplus 6 takes just as good if not better than those two.
    05-23-2018 04:36 PM
  10. Wildo6882's Avatar
    I watched SuperSaf’s comparison today and to my eyes, the OP6 compared very favorably with (and actually won some categories) against the iPhone X, which is OBVIOUSLY more expensive. I don’t see how this phone performs poorly at all. Especially at the price.
    05-23-2018 05:39 PM
  11. Armeniandave's Avatar
    I've watched a ton of YouTube videos and I'd say the camera is fine. I'm not a professional photographer so I'm sure I'll be happy if it's even close to my Pixel. Doesn't need to be better, just close.
    RaRa85 likes this.
    05-23-2018 07:30 PM
  12. Itsa_Me_Mario's Avatar
    the bottom line for OnePlus has always been flagship performance at a lower cost.
    The "flagship killer" OnePlus has always been a midrange device with some spec sheet commonalities with real flagships, but IMO has never been a flagship. The 6 doesn't change that, though it again blurs the lines. If all you care about is the SoC, RAM, etc, OnePlus checks those boxes.

    The camera is one area where I'm torn on their decisions. It's definitely good enough to where most people would be able to take "good enough" photos with ease, which means it is a good camera. That said, people seem to be becoming more discerning on cameras, so choosing not to emphasize the camera development for now 5 years in a row is a little baffling.
    05-24-2018 06:44 AM
  13. worldsoutro's Avatar
    The "flagship killer" OnePlus has always been a midrange device with some spec sheet commonalities with real flagships, but IMO has never been a flagship. The 6 doesn't change that, though it again blurs the lines. If all you care about is the SoC, RAM, etc, OnePlus checks those boxes.

    The camera is one area where I'm torn on their decisions. It's definitely good enough to where most people would be able to take "good enough" photos with ease, which means it is a good camera. That said, people seem to be becoming more discerning on cameras, so choosing not to emphasize the camera development for now 5 years in a row is a little baffling.
    They should drop the dual cameras and focus on making a single real good lens.

    From what I have seen o6 takes a step forward and I hope they keep progressing
    05-24-2018 08:50 AM
  14. Jimruns262's Avatar
    Its unfair to compare O6 to a pixel 2 considering the price point and resources each company has in developing camera software. What O6 gives you is a solid camera experience nothing more, nothing less.

    If you are looking for the best camera possible then you gotta fork over the money and buy a P20, Pixel 2xl or a Samsung device
    05-24-2018 08:52 AM
  15. Jimruns262's Avatar
    Then it's also unfair to compare the S9 to the OP 6 in speed tests or the Pixel. C'mon you are making excuses. If you're going to play with the big boys, expect to be compared to the big boys.
    05-24-2018 08:56 AM
  16. Brandon Watkins's Avatar
    Its unfair to compare O6 to a pixel 2 considering the price point and resources each company has in developing camera software. What O6 gives you is a solid camera experience nothing more, nothing less.

    If you are looking for the best camera possible then you gotta fork over the money and buy a P20, Pixel 2xl or a Samsung device
    They're ******* slogan is never settle! That opens them up to being criticized for anything that it does not have, THAT YOU HAVE TO SETTLE FOR!
    05-24-2018 10:46 AM
  17. chanchan05's Avatar
    Then it's also unfair to compare the S9 to the OP 6 in speed tests or the Pixel. C'mon you are making excuses. If you're going to play with the big boys, expect to be compared to the big boys.
    The speed tests are a given as the OP6 is running a lighter skin. It's pretty much expected that OnePlus will match or exceed flagship performance in terms of processing speed, but will be inferior in other aspects such as camera or lack of certain elements like wireless charging. Which was basically the whole point of OnePlus anyway, get a midrange phone and swap the CPU and RAM to flagship levels.

    I don't really get the comparison anyway. OnePlus at is very core is basically compromise everything to get speed. If we have to compare, the Samsung is a BMW 3 series and the OnePlus is a WRX. The WRX is cheaper than the BMW, it may not have as much creature comforts as the BMW, it may not have premium leather seats, great climate control, concierge service, but it sure as hell will out perform the BMW on the track. In the same way does the OnePlus not have all of the S9's camera tricks, DAC (The Exynos variant has a 32bit cirrus logic DAC), wireless charging, variable theme engine beyond just light and dark, Flow, and other Samsung software tricks, but it sure as hell will outpace it in a speed test or gaming performance (especially sincr Samsung throttles gaming performance, you actually have to go into Samsung Game Tuner app to set CPU to max performance on a per game basis).
    Itsa_Me_Mario likes this.
    05-24-2018 10:49 AM
  18. TC TC's Avatar
    The pixels 2 camera sucks. Never have I seen a camera show Absolutely every Wrinkle In Your Face. The damn things to clear
    05-24-2018 11:51 AM
  19. dannyar11's Avatar
    This argument it moot. It definitely is a flagship killer in every way. It beats other flagships like the v30, iphone x, s9, and other "flagships" cameras and costs significantly less. Being a flagship killer doesn't mean it has to have the best camera across the board, its having flagships specs across the board that compete with or beat the flagships priced devices at a significantly cheaper price.
    Wildo6882 likes this.
    05-24-2018 01:46 PM
  20. Itsa_Me_Mario's Avatar
    What does it best the iPhone x, V30, S9+ at?
    This argument it moot. It definitely is a flagship killer in every way. It beats other flagships like the v30, iphone x, s9, and other "flagships" cameras and costs significantly less. Being a flagship killer doesn't mean it has to have the best camera across the board, its having flagships specs across the board that compete with or beat the flagships priced devices at a significantly cheaper price.
    05-24-2018 04:34 PM
  21. Caballo Reindo's Avatar
    I couldn't agree with you more. It's difficult to compare a "flagship killer" to a flagship in this regard. OP will have many excellent attributes but it is not at the same price point as a Google Phone and will therefore sacrifice a couple of bells and whistles. I think OnePlus makes a decent camera. It'll get the job done and get the job done well. But if one wants a spectacular and over-the-top camera experience, then flagships like the Huawei P20 would be better options.
    If you call your phone a "flagship", you're stepping into the ring with other flagships. Gloves are off. Fairness has no place in reviewing. Boohoo.
    Tinajoseph likes this.
    05-24-2018 08:15 PM
  22. Tinajoseph's Avatar
    I m using one plus 6 since last 2 days n I m horrified with the picture quality... It's grainy out of focus n not sharp even I bright light..u can imagine wat it's like in low lights... I m wondering how so many reviews have given all positive feedback for it... Shocking n depressed as discussed is a gift from someone n it breaks my heart to tell den datvi wanna return it... Wat a BIGLetDown
    05-25-2018 08:44 AM
  23. Tinajoseph's Avatar
    Have u used it...it's causing me depression...picture quality is really bad..n to top it d audio sucks too
    05-25-2018 08:45 AM
  24. worldsoutro's Avatar
    If you call your phone a "flagship", you're stepping into the ring with other flagships. Gloves are off. Fairness has no place in reviewing. Boohoo.
    That didn't make sense but ok
    05-25-2018 10:12 AM
  25. dannyar11's Avatar
    What does it best the iPhone x, V30, S9+ at?
    Camera beats the v30 and iPhone x, battery beats them both at well, beats the s9 and v30 as far as ram and OS and updates and overall phone performance in day to day use. Oh did I mention it's half price of iPhone and 300 less than v30 and s9. Charges much faster than all of them with dash charging. Enough?
    05-30-2018 04:53 PM
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