Our Opinion

The Oppo Find X is a slightly better phone, but the OnePlus 6 (8GB RAM, 128GB) is significantly better value for money. Which phone should you buy? Depends on how much your want to spend!

OnePlus 6 (8GB RAM, 128GB)  Oppo Find X 
OnePlus 6 Oppo Find X
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Excellence Score
83.0
84.0
Value for Money Score
82.7
60.0
Price ₹ 39,999 onwards ₹ 59,990 expected
Launch Date (India) May, 2018 Coming Soon!
Expected Launch Date N/A 3 August, 2018
Smartphone OS Android 8.1 Oreo, Upgradeable to 9.0 PExpected update to next Android version Android 8.1 OreoExpected update to 9.0 P
Touchscreen Yes (Capacitive) Yes (Capacitive)
Screen Size 6.28 inches 6.4 inches
Screen Resolution 1080x2280 pixels (~ 402 pixels per inch) 1080x2340 pixels (~ 403 pixels per inch)
Scratch Resistant Display Yes, Corning Gorilla Glass 5 Yes, Corning Gorilla Glass 5
Display Features Optic AMOLED, 2.5D Curved Glass, Reading Mode, Night Mode, Lift Up Display AMOLED, FullView Display
Full Physical QWERTY Keypad
Processor 2.8 GHz 2.8 GHz
Processor Type Octa Core Octa Core
Processor Name Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 Qualcomm Snapdragon 845
GPU Adreno 630 Adreno 630
RAM 8 GB 8 GB
3G Yes Yes
4G Yes Yes
VoLTE Yes Yes
WiFi Yes Yes
GPS Yes Yes
Bluetooth Yes Yes
USB Yes Yes
Camera 16.0 MP 16.0 MP
Camera Auto-Focus Yes Yes
Camera Flash Yes Yes
HD Video Recording Yes (4K) Yes (4K)
Other Camera Features Dual Camera (16MP + 20MP), 16MP: F/1.7 Aperture; Sony IMX 519 Sensor; 1.22 µm Pixel Size; 1/2.6" Sensor Size; Optical Image Stabilisation (OIS); Electronic Image Stabilisation (EIS), 20MP: F/1.7 Aperture; Sony IMX 376K Sensor; 1.0µm Pixel Size; 1/2.8" Sensor Size; Phase Detection Autofocus (PDAF), Super Slow Motion (1080p @ 240fps; 720p @ 480fps), Time-Lapse, Portrait Mode, Pro Mode, Panorama, HDR, HQ, Dynamic Denoise, Clear Image, RAW Image Dual Camera (16MP + 20MP), 16MP: F/2.0 Aperture, 20 MP: F/2.2 Aperture, Phase Detection Autofocus (PDAF), OIS, Geo-tagging, Touch focus, Face detection, HDR, Panorama
Secondary Camera 16.0 MP 25.0 MP
Secondary Camera Features Screen Flash, F/2.0 Aperture, Sony IMX371 Sensor, 1.0µm Pixel Size, Electronic Image Stabilisation (EIS), Full HD Video Rec., Time-Lapse, Portrait Mode, HDR, Smile Capture, Face Beauty F/2.0 Aperture, Portrait Lightening
Internal Memory 128 GB 256 GB
Expandable Memory Slot
Contacts Storage Unlimited Unlimited
SMS Storage Unlimited Unlimited
Music Player Yes Yes
FM Radio
Dual SIM GSM+GSM GSM+GSM
Thickness 7.75 mm 9.6 mm
Weight 177 gm 186 gm
Audio Output 3.5mm jack USB-C
Water Resistant Yes
Battery Capacity 3300 mAh 3730 mAh
Battery Standby N/A N/A
Battery Standby (3G) N/A N/A
Battery Talktime N/A N/A
Battery Talktime (3G) N/A N/A
Fast Charging Yes, Dash Charge Yes, VOOC Flash Charge
Other Battery Parameters N/A N/A
Fingerprint sensor Yes
Other Features Face Unlock; Gestures and on-screen navigation support; Alert Slider; DLNA; NFC; USB Type-C; MIMO; Dual-band WiFi; WiFi Direct; Noise Filtration; Dirac HD Sound; Dirac Power Sound Face Unlock (with 3D Scanning); Scratch Resistant (Gorilla Glass 5) Back Glass; NFC; WiFi Dual-band; WiFi Direct; USB On-The-Go; USB Type-C; Noise Filtration
2-minute Review [Positives]
  • The best looking OnePlus phone to date - has a polished refined design, with a glass rear panel, and three distinct (and beautiful) color options (plus the Marvel Avengers edition)
  • Excellent build quality
  • The phone is comfortable to hold, thanks to the curved glass rear
  • Face unlock works great in most conditions, and unlocks the phone in a fraction of a second (except in low light or under very bright sunlight)
  • There is also of course the fingerprint sensor at the back, if you wish to use that instead, and it works great too
  • OnePlus's excellent alert slider is there too (it has now moved to the right side of the phone) - and is now more simplified toggling between 3 simple states - ring, vibrate and silent, with a pop-up that tells you instantly which mode you are switching to every time
  • Excellent display - catches on to the modern 'notch' trend, with a tall screen ratio - the AMOLED screen is vivid, with punchy colours and great viewing angles - videos looks great, and you can also set your own custom colour temperature if you prefer
  • OxygenOS continues to be a huge differentiator for OnePlus - it strikes a great balance between keeping the base UI identical to stock Android but still adding a number of useful additions - like shortcuts, a dark theme, a scrolling screenshot capture tool, and controls for giving the on-screen buttons additional functions, night and reading modes, a choice of system fonts, and configurable colours for the notification LED - all in all, its a great software experience, that ticks the right boxes
  • Another interesting add-on is an optional gesture scheme that lets you get rid of the Android navigation buttons altogether, and gives you a full gesture based navigation scheme like the iPhone X - thus giving you even more screen space to play with - the gestures do take some time to get a hang of, but once you do, they will become second nature
  • There's also a Gaming Mode that not only suppresses non-essential notifications, but can also limit background apps' Internet usage, which can make a difference in online games - you can even route calls directly to the loudspeaker so you don't have to stop playing
  • Top-notch, breathtaking performance, backed by the latest flagship processor from Snapdragon, the Snapdragon 845 - the SoC has eight Kryo 385 cores, integrated Adreno 630 graphics, improved security and image processing subsystems, a faster LTE modem, and even hardware dedicated to AI processing - all of this means the performance is top-bracket, matching (or beating) the Galaxy S9/Plus in benchmark scores
  • Good set of dual rear cameras, significantly improved from the OnePlus 5T - especially in terms of portrait mode photos, low light performance, and video recording (including a new super-slow motion mode)
  • The rear cameras now also come with OIS
  • Decent (though not great) front camera, pretty similar to the OnePlus 5T - a software bokeh mode for the front camera is also there
  • Decent loudspeaker (pretty loud) - although it tends to get blocked when you hold the phone in landscape mode
  • Good (but not exceptional) battery life - will comfortably last the day with moderate to heavy use
  • Fast charging support, still one of the best in the business - the Dash Charger takes the phone up from zero to just over 50 percent in half an hour, and gives you a full charge in around an hour and a half
  • On the whole, the OnePlus 6 is good-looking, well crafted, extremely powerful - it is also a solid upgrade to the OnePlus 5T in almost all the departments such as display, performance, design and camera - and ultimately the OnePlus 6’s bang for buck is still about the best you can get in the smartphone world
  • The Oppo Find X is a stunning phone, anyway you look at it - with beveled edges, a beautiful gradient back design and the highest screen-to-body ratio available, it is quite the looker - the body feels quite similar to the Samsung Galaxy S9 with its curved sides — even the top and bottom contour inwards to create a nearly uniform design - the rear color is also a sloping gradient, and creates beautiful reflections in light - very simply, this is one of the most beautiful phones ever designed
  • What makes the design really unique is that the rear and front cameras are hidden inside the phone itself - when you launch an app using the camera, the Oppo Find X will lift the shaded window at the top of the phone to reveal the cameras beneath - the whole process takes about half a second!
  • With no fingerprint reader, the biometric authentication part is handled by the a 3D infrared based Face unlock mechanism - and it works basically as well as the iPhone X - i.e. effectively, seamlessly and even in the dark
  • Besides the camera module, the display is definitely the most striking aspect of this device - the face of the phone is almost completely display, clocking an incredible screen-to-body ratio of 93.8 percent - the display is also fairly massive in general, with a size of 6.42 inches and a 19.5:9 aspect ratio - the 1, 080 x 2, 340 AMOLED display looks phenomenal - colors are punchy and vibrant - and it can also get pretty dim at night to avoid hurting your eyes
  • ColorOS is a decent, iOS-like, Android skin, and works seamlessly on the Find X (though a lot of people these days tend to prefer more stock like Android experiences)
  • With some of the latest hardware available on the market (including the awesome Snapdragon 845), the Oppo Find X, as expected, performs admirably - and in line with other flagships like the OnePlus 6 and the Galaxy S9
  • The dual rear-facing 16 and 20MP cameras perform quite well - the dynamic range especially is very good, and so is the portrait mode
  • The 25MP front facing camera performs just as well, and selfies have nice skin tones
  • Overall, the cameras are pretty good, although still a notch below the best - the likes of the Pixel 2 or the Galaxy S9
  • Very good battery life - moderate use will give you a comfortable day and a half on the device
  • The Find X also uses Oppo’s VOOC fast-charging standard, and it juices up the device very quickly
2-minute Review [Negatives]
  • A little slippery because of the glass
  • Will also tend to pick up smudges very quickly
  • It's not the easiest to reach all corners of the newly enlarged screen - people who prefer more compact phones might have preferred a smaller-screen option for themselves
  • At 177g, the phone is a bit on the the heavier side too
  • While OnePlus does claim that the phone has water-resistance, it's not IP rating certified, which likely means that the protection is quite basic
  • The rear and front cameras are good, but not really up to the high benchmarks set by the likes of the iPhone X, the Galaxy S9, or the Pixel 2 - this continues to be the only one significant area, where you will be making a compromise over the best flagship smartphones, when you buy a OnePlus device (of course admittedly for a much lower price)
  • One long-term possible issue with the phone could be durability, due to the added moving part of the camera piece - although Oppo claims the camera module can be raised and lowered over 300 thousand times, but the real test would be when people actually use this device daily for months/years
  • The camera module also tends to get dirty very easily - just keeping the phone in your pocket normally will make it collect quite a bit of dirt and lint, that you will need to clean out every now and then
  • There is also an issue with the camera app, where it can take a good 3-4 seconds for the live viewfinder to appear (this might get fixed via a software update though)
  • Like many modern flagships, you are also left with no standard headphone jack on the Find X - you will either have to use USB-C headphones, bluetooth headsets, or use the included dongle if you want to use your old 3.5mm jack headphones
Expert Reviews
  1. Unbeatable value
    gsmarena.com in-depth Read Review »
  2. OnePlus 6 is a beautiful phone that feels fast and that you will simply enjoy using day in and day out. And the reasonable price? Well, that’s the icing on the cake!
    phonearena.com in-depth Read Review »
  3. The OnePlus 6 is blazing fast, shoots amazing portrait mode photos, has a polished refined design and costs much less than other flagship phones
    cnet.com in-depth Read Review »
  4. The OnePlus 6 has hit most of the sweet spots: This is a uniquely gorgeous device with intuitive features, as well as solid battery life and a great camera
    engadget.com in-depth Read Review »
  5. There’s certainly a lot to like here — attractive design, great display, reliable battery life, fast performance, and great software — and there aren’t any silly, trend-chasing things
    theverge.com in-depth Read Review »
  6. This is a phone you can show off quite proudly
    gadgets.ndtv.com in-depth Read Review »
  7. A solid upgrade to the OnePlus 5T in almost all the departments such as display, performance, design and camera
    fonearena.com in-depth Read Review »
  8. The OnePlus 6 is built for speed from the ground up
    digit.in in-depth Read Review »
  9. Here’s a flagship device that gets it right on practically every count
    bgr.in in-depth Read Review »
  10. The OnePlus 6 exceeds expectations in so many ways we can now rightfully call it a flagship killer
    mashable.com in-depth Read Review »
  11. An absolute steal...It’s the best-value phone you can buy right now
    trustedreviews.com in-depth Read Review »
  12. OnePlus’ finest is still punching above its weight
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