OnePlus 6, forthcoming top-end Android smartphone is going to feature a “slide to focus” function. Based on the recent product advert shared by the Chinese handset manufacturer earlier today this feature will enable people to use the device’s Alert Slider like a camera focusing apparatus. The brief video clip which is you can view below doesn’t expose a good deal regarding the feature, however the thereof will probably be binary in nature, means, activate an operation of refocusing the smartphone’s camera when a user flips the Alert Slider of the handset up or down during the pre-defined Camera app open. The Alert Slider is a unique aspect of OnePlus-made handsets which helps users to instantly switch between various sound profiles at any time making use of the physical switch, even if their Android handset has its display screen being used or not. The distinctive hardware has been recently used for different purposes by a number of custom ROMs for earlier OnePlus smartphones but OnePlus has yet to broaden it in a formal faculty.
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The “slide to focus” feature will probably be optionally available, as we see in many OxygenOS aspects, users can turn off this function according to their personal preference. The Shenzhen based OEM began teasing the OnePlus 6 previously this week, with the firm already affirming their following flagship is going to be supported by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 processor combined with 8GB of RAM, with its top premium version also getting prepared to show up with 256GB of internal storage, however the fresh mobile series is still prone to lack a microSD card compartment. According to the firm’s latest statements, the OnePlus 6 will likely have a physical fingerprint scanner which’s no bigger than that of the OnePlus 5T and definitely will provide extra screen space and a screen-to-body ratio of roughly 90% which has been perfected with the including of a display notch. The handset is anticipated to be introduced late this month or arrive early May and ought to start sale following a brief pre-order interval, as continues to be the situation primarily with various product launches from OnePlus.