It seems that the new OxygenOS upgrade for the OnePlus 6 is integrated with a flaw that discharges the phone’s battery power rapidly. In case you’ve currently downloaded and upgraded to OxygenOS 5.1.8 likelihood are high that your handset is also stricken by this serious problem. This is definitely the dreadful report, but on the hopeful prospect, it appears not all OnePlus users upgraded to this version is impacted by this battery discharging issue.
You will find a major post on the OnePlus community in which several OnePlus 6 users report their battery discharged faster than usual, but in addition, there are users who stated that they never experience anything strange in how their handset manages battery power. OnePlus is not reacted to these reports and claims yet, however, if they turn out to be real, we can expect one more OxygenOS upgrade from OnePlus shortly which will deal with this problem. At the same time, For all those users who haven’t yet upgraded to OxygenOS 5.1.8, we recommend you to patiently wait for while until OnePlus launches a bug fix or validates that the present upgrade is clean.
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OnePlus had launched in an international event held at London. The device carries a 6.28-inch AMOLED screen with 2280×1080 pixels resolution and 19:9 screen to body ratio. It features an additionally implemented the notched screen design and also included an option to disable the notch via a software. The handset is supported by Qualcomm‘s Snapdragon 845 SoC. Like its earlier models, OnePlus is providing various storage options for the OnePlus 6 too. The handset is powered by the Android 8.1 Oreo OS along with Oneplus own OxygenOS skin above it. The OnePlus is already integrated with Android P Beta program therefore, Interested users are able to test the forthcoming Android P on the device. Furthermore, the handset will feature a 3,300mAh battery power and support fast charging(Dash Charge 2.0).
The multiple cameras build resting on the rear-side of the OnePlus includes 16 MP main camera with an aperture of f/1.7 and Sony IMX519 sensor along with features like optical image stabilization, electronic image stabilization etc. It will be backed by 20 MP supplementary camera with a f/1.7 aperture with Sony IMX376K sensor and a 16 MP front cam for selfie snappers which will also function as face ID. The OnePlus will support 4K video recording at 60 fps and HD slow-motion video recording at 480 fps.