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OnePlus 6T Disheartens the Hardcore Followers of OnePlus, Step Down for the Upgraded Industry

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Much awaited OnePlus 6T finally launched but it looks like it has led down the hardcore followers of OnePlus. According to people, the only positive about this OnePlus 6T upgrade is a better battery life which is 25% more than the earlier one. The biggest turn-off of everyone is the absence of a headphone jack, which is just not working for the upgraded OnePlus 6T.

Other points which are affecting the success of the device is that there is no LED notification indicator, and most importantly, the in-display fingerprint is not sensitive enough if there is a bit of dust on your fingers that will not be recognized. The upgraded model still uses using old dash charger and not the new warp charge, which is not going to make this device lead the industry, especially in this aspect.

Instead of using better speakers for the upgraded model, they have used an inferior speaker than the previous one. It comprises of very slow USB 2.0 format for type c, which is almost an 18 years old format. With all of these reviews, one biggest point for everyone is the increase in the price.

There are different reviews coming up; some of them are mentioned as follows:

“This is very true. The only benefit I see for upgrading to a 6T is slightly better battery life. For people who don’t mind the notch (like me) a smaller notch isn’t really a selling point and the fact that they removed the headphone jack is a big turn off”.

“I don’t think they increased the price, it’s the same price from the 6’s model of 6GB RAM and 128GB storage, it just became their basic price. Other than that, pretty sad for removing the jack, and the LED light notification”.


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