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TL;DR: If you don’t want to read it all, jump to the Notifications section for my main complaints.
The Notification LED
Man, it was cool that I could customize the colour (and how long/frequent) the LED flashed based on what notification I received, but honestly, I don’t even notice it missing. I went from relying 100% on that little light’s blink to not even noticing it’s gone in the span of about 1 hour with the new phone.
Damn that thing is tiny. #1 reason why I chose the 6T instead of the 6 (or any other phone). 90% of the time my finger is covering it anyways and I can’t see it, and the other 10% I’m busy staring directly at it in admiration. The important apps (aka YouTube) already have “pinch to resize the video” so you can either have the cutout or not in about 0.2 seconds.
Continuing from the notch, the display holds a bigger complaint for me. OnePlus has gone with a “non-standard” aspect ratio (taller-skinnier) which I think is awesome, I love being different, but not every app has embraced it. Instagram stories and Snapchats (for example) fill the height of the display meaning the sides of the images and text is cutoff. I haven’t found a fix for it yet (lazy and app settings menus seem to get more hidden with each update) but it is an annoyance when trying to read text.
The colours, the clarity, and the brightness are all superb but what really takes the cake for me is how small the bezels are. I didn’t think this would be something that meant a lot to me (I’m still convinced I could go back without any issues), but holding it in your hand, it’s truly amazing how far technology has developed. Thin bezels do have a downside though and I have had several accidental touches just reaching across my phone (not as many as I would’ve assumed, and the case helps prevent it, but see below), but I figure it’s something that I’ll get used to avoiding.
The Fingerprint Sensor
People are complaining that it’s slow, but it’s a heck of a lot faster at reading fingerprints than my last phone. As with any “bleeding edge” (tech trigger word) tech it won’t be fully optimized and will be improved in the future. Also no, I don’t know why the entire black screen must go full brightness (doesn’t happen when the screen is displaying the lock screen) to unlock, but I’m sure OnePlus is working on it.
Face unlock is so fast that I had to turn on the “swipe up to unlock” feature just so I could actually check my notifications. I remember back in the day you were able to use a Facebook profile picture to unlock a phone (Samsung S6 maybe?). I haven’t tried that, but I can say that you need to have the tip of your nose showing to unlock and that it will unlock if I wear sunglasses. I’m interested to push the limits and see how crazy I and others can get and still get an unlock.
The Battery and Dash Charge
Approximately twice out of every three days I plug my phone in for 10-20 minutes (30 if I forget that it’s plugged in) either while I’m making breakfast in the morning or showering after work, and it takes me from ~20% to ~80% which is just insane to me. In two weeks my phone has spent maybe an hour charging, the freedom of big batteries and dash charge is incredible.
Here lies my biggest complaint about the upgrade from the One to the 6T, and maybe someone out there can help me with it. On the OPO there was an option to block certain notifications. Say Sally loved Farmville and sent constant notifications about it via Facebook, I could tell my OPO block all Farmville requests from Sally and it would without affecting FB notifications from anyone else or even non-Farmville notifications from Sally. With the 6T all I’ve been able to find is block all FB notifications or allow all FB notifications. I don’t care if someone goes live on Instagram but you can bet your boots I want to know as soon as someone DMs me a quality meme (on the OPO if John had low quality memes you could block notifications from him but set notifications from Joe to high priority for the high quality memes).
Another thing is the lock screen, maybe I need to disable the always on display because that black screen is useless. Thanks for telling me I have an email, but is it 1 email or 100 emails? Who are they from? I won’t know unless I go to the lock screen. Which has its own issues. Why can’t I tap to wake to the lock screen, why do I have to press the lock button to get here? Why is the “Hide sensitive content” option a global thing and not a per-app decision like it was on the OPO? Why can’t I dismiss notifications from the lock screen? Personally, I’d love to see the solution to all these questions (and the rest that I can’t remember), I feel like it will bring back a lot of the control and personalization that I expected from a OnePlus phone.
A+ improvement over the OPO. The improvement is noticeable and that just in the stock auto mode. Snapchats are also much clearer and more defined. Can’t say I really take pictures with my phone but when I do, it’s more than good enough for me. To tie in with the clarity of the display, I can now actually notice the difference in picture quality on Instagram (first place I noticed it). I actually started laughing at how poor the quality of some other photos looked (blocky and terrible aliasing).
RIP the Headphone Jack
The only time I use headphones to listen to music is when I’m on an airplane (unlike Bluetooth-speaker-Joe on the last plane I was on) and don’t feel like reading a book. I keep the dongle (bless OnePlus for including it ya Apple losers) either in my headphone case or attached to my speaker AUX cord. Yes, it would be nice to have, and I petitioned to keep it, but It doesn’t bug me that it’s gone. I need new headphones anyways and Bluetooth tech has improved a lot in the past couple years.
OnePlus One to OnePlus 6T and the only change to the speaker (singular) is that the new one doesn’t have any pocket lint jammed in it. It sounds louder (speaker phone is definitely easier to hear) but there’s no discernable improvement in audio quality. Having a OPO I mastered the correct positioning of my hand to not cover the speaker while watching videos and it looks like that training will come in handy again.
Vibrator. Er, Vibration Motor
Now I have both an X and a Y chromosome, but I can speculate that the vibration intensity would not be enough to bring enjoyment to an individual without a Y chromosome. Again, like the speaker, not much has changed since the OPO. Might be better, might be worse, but I assume it’s a per phone thing.
In its age, my OPO was dropping calls, or not receiving them at all, like crazy. So yeah, the upgrade is a saving grace. The 6T feels faster and preforms faster, as to be expected, all-round nice upgrade in performance.
Answering calls is going to take some getting used to, on the OPO it was swipe right to answer, left to decline (up or down for more options like quick responses). On the 6T it’s down to answer, up to decline. Personally I think that’s backwards (I guess hang up could be the argument) and haven’t found a way to modify it, probably look for a different app (see default apps below).
The Included Screen Protector and Case
I want to be clear that I don’t intentionally damage my phone and am very careful with it, but sh-t happens and being 6’6” means every drop is higher than normal.
I ABUSED my OPO; drops, falls, getting left out in a snowbank, all with nothing more than a screen protector on it. Back in those days you had to buy the screen protector and case separate from the phone, and the case disintegrated within about a week of my regular use/abuse, so I never bothered with another. The 6T’s included case is more durable and I feel like it would do a better job of protecting the phone. The front edges are raised, and the front corners even higher, to protect the front glass and the back is thick enough to stop the camera glass from rubbing against things. I used the case for about a week until the dbrand skin to protect the back came in. With glass, having something like a screen protector or skin improves the structural integrity and reduces the chance of cracks, plus now I can hang on to the bar of soap that came out of the box (I still think we should go back to the sandstone back). The raised edges on the case prevent virtually all accidental touches on the screen but it makes the navigational gestures difficult because you have to start at the bottom of the screen (where there’s a raised ledge). The screen protector is nothing to write home about, there has been no improvements since the OPO and its still a rubbery plastic fingerprint and smudge magnet that scratches easily. I will be/am looking for an aftermarket glass screen protector but its nice that OnePlus includes one and it’s better than nothing (as mentioned).
I know this is old tech, but it seems like new tech to me and I love it. When I walk into a meeting I can set my phone to silent mode without taking my phone out of my pocket (or even reaching into my pocket if I’m skilled). Not that I’ll modify the settings far from the defaults, it would be nice to see more customization options for those you want it.
To me OnePlus is synonymous with no bloatware and that is why I keep coming back. The default messages app didn’t have the settings I wanted so I just downloaded another. Unfortunately, one can’t delete the original messages app, but it’s disabled and removed as much as possible which is passably fine. I wouldn’t be surprised if this was the same as other Android devices but it’s still a reason for me not to choose Apple.
Highly recommended to enable gestures (swiping from the bottom) for the home and back button. Different than having physical buttons and less customization than the OPO (you could set single, double tap and hold on each of the buttons to whatever you wanted) but it does everything I need it to and the learning curve is quick.
Traditionally I have used every handheld electronic device on the absolute lowest brightness and still found it too bright. With the 6T I have to keep it at about 1/3rd brightness to see comfortably during the day which I love because it means I can turn it down even further at night. Probably an AMOLED feature but it is important to me. I have never found an auto-brightness implementation that works for me (I find I must constantly dim the screen) but I’m giving it a half try again. Things don’t look too promising so far but perhaps it will learn my preferences and stop blinding me.
I'm sure I have more to say but this has taken a while to compose so I'll save it for edits and comments if they come back to me.
EDIT: Thank you u/SlurfYouTube for the gold, I’m glad you enjoyed my review. I’ve added a bit to the Call Quality/Performance section as well as a couple more sections after the Screen ProtectoCase, just a couple more things that came to mind.
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