The OnePlus 6 is the company's first phone with a Notch display. On the paper you have a 6.28-inch screen, OLED panel, 19: 9 aspect ratio and a resolution of 2280 x 1080 pixels. The OLED screen delivers vivid colors and deep blacks. You can remove buttons on the screen and use the Gesternavigation to enjoy the full screen on the phone. However, the Notch display is not something new, we've already seen it on devices from Oppo, Vivo and Huawei, which are available in India. Like the Huawei P20, the OnePlus 6 also comes with the option to hide the notch area, which is possible thanks to the OLED screen.
OnePlus 6 comes with some prominent design changes. The most notable after the score cut display is the glass back wall. All colors of the OnePlus 6 are now supplied with a glass surface ̵
OnePlus 6 comes with the company's Oxygen OS, which is almost free of Android and Bloat. We liked the fact that the Oxygen OS is based on the OnePlus 6 on Android 8.1 and is equipped with the latest May security patch. There are no pre-installed apps apart from the OnePlus Community App. For the score, OnePlus has updated the UI with the option to enable / disable the notch and control which apps run in full-screen mode. You also get the option to have the navigation bar set or hidden. At the I / O 2018 Developers' Congress, Google announced that OnePlus 6 is one of the first phones to be upgradeable to Android P Beta OS – interested users can upgrade their OnePlus 6 to Android P as soon as they receive it.