OnePlus 6 passes YouTuber's burn, bend, and scratch durability tests


The stunning 6.3-in Full Optic AMOLED 19:9 display covers nearly the entire front of the phone.

Yesterday finally saw the unveiling of OnePlus' new flagship, the OnePlus 6, and already the handset has had its durability put to the test via a series of scratch, burn, and bend examinations, courtesy of YouTube channel JerryRigEverything.

You can scroll to the bottom of the guide to get a ZIP file of all the new OnePlus 6 wallpapers.

The wallpaper creator shares on his blog that OnePlus asked him to come up with clean yet artistic wallpapers that don't skimp it in the vibrancy department. According to a report by GSMArena, this is at par with most other AMOLED panels, suggesting that OnePlus did not skimp on quality here.

Granted, you'll notice quite a bit of flex if you do attempt to snap the OnePlus 6 in half, but thankfully, both the metal frame and Gorilla Glass 5 rear hold up well against a decent amount of pressure.

Powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor, the OnePlus 6 also has 8GB of LPDDR4X RAM. On the plus side, the glossy rear is flawless for using as a makeshift mirror.

The notch of the phone houses the selfie camera and speaker grille.

OnePlus will keep fans in the loop over the locations of each pop-up store via its website.

What are the key OnePlus 6 specs?

. On the company's latest flagship, this introduces iPhone X-style gestures for speedily navigating the operating system, along with new a new version of OnePlus' Gaming Mode and improved camera features (more on that in our full review). This is something similar to the OnePlus 5T that also resisted scratches until the Moh level six of hardness.

Resolution camera 16 and 20 Megapixel, optical stabilisation and slow motion 480 fps.

How much does it cost and when is it out?

Although more affordable than many of its rivals, the handset offers a premium design, impressive display and a decent specification for the money.