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OnePlus 2 vs Samsung Galaxy S6 comparison beginb: Top 5 features of flagship killer

OnePlus 2 vs Samsung Galaxy S6 comparison beginb: Top 5 features of flagship killer

OnePlus 2 vs Samsung Galaxy S6 comparison beginb: Top 5 features of flagship killer

OnePlus has finally introduced its latest smartphone OnePlus 2 in the Indian market. The handset that has created ripples across the world comes not just with great design, but also the best specifications and features. Despite being priced very low, compared to flagships of top companies, it comes with very low price tag.

There is no denying the fact that the new handset from the Chinese handset maker is going to be a massive success across the world. The handset that comes with better specifications and features compared to the best of Android and iOS comes with half the price of flagships from Samsung, HTC, Sony and Apple.

While the handset is great the gimmick used by the Chinese smartphone maker while launching the handset in the Indian market was not. The event was livestreamed using an Android app and the OnePlus Cardboard, a cheap virtural reality headset.oneplus_two

The company has introduced two models of the OnePlus 2 including 16GB and 64GB versions. While the 16 GB version is priced at Rs 22,999, the 64 GB version comes with a price tag of Rs. 24,999.

Top 5 features

Processor
When it comes to top features of the handset what strikes you is its powerful processor. The handset is power-packed and comes loaded with a v64-bit QWualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor, one of the fastest mobile processors in the world right now. There is no denying the fact that the handset will run smoothly even when you play the most power consuming games and it will never slow down. Multitasking will also not slow it.

Display
The second most striking feature of the handset is its exceptional display. At a price of just Rs 22,999 the company is offering a handset with the best possible display available in the market.
It features a 5.5-inch full HD (1920×1080) IPS LCD in-cell display that makes it visually exceptional.

Rear camera
When it comes to camera, the handset comes with extremely impressive snappers. Its 13MP back camera comes with six physical lenses, a dual LED flash, and f/2.0 aperture. There is no denying the fact that its sensor is the most impressive as it contains large 1.3 micrometre light-collecting pixels to deliver low-light shots. Then its 5 MP front facing camera is also better than anything we have right now. Rear mounted laser technology sharpens and focuses the camera in just .33 milliseconds and the wide-angle 5MP front-facing camera ensures every angle is covered. It gives you options of three different modes and you can shoot in Clear Shot, HDR and Beauty.

Fingerprint sensor
One feature that puts handset far apart from other flagships is its fingerprint sensor. This sensor that is similar to Apple’s TouchID system is faster than Apple’s but given that Apple’s scanner is already pretty snappy, it remains to be seen how much this matters in real world usage.

USB-C connector
Besides, the handset comes with many features that look game changer. The OnePlus 2 comes with USB-C connector, which currently features on Apple’s latest MacBook and Google’s latest Pixel chromebook, and which is expected to take off as the new connection standard in the next year or so. USB-C is reversible, which means that you can insert it into the phone in any way you want. “With the OnePlus 2, we’re making a bet on the future, and doubling down on a holistic product experience,” said OnePlus co-founder, Carl Pei at the launch.

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