Published: Fri, April 13, 2018
Sci-tech | By Carrie Guzman

OnePlus 6 Getting Gestures Like This to Speed Things Up

OnePlus 6 Getting Gestures Like This to Speed Things Up

The upcoming launch of OnePlus 6 is one of the most talked about topics in the smartphone world and as the device comes near to its launch date, we are witnessing a teaser or a leak related to the OnePlus 6 nearly every second day. Previously alert slider only performed three tasks helping the user to set phone's notification modes-ring, silent and do not disturb-but now, it will have an additional function of adjusting the focus of the camera. If this wasn't clear enough, the text is accompanied with a gif giving us a rough idea on how the feature may work.

In the second teaser, OnePlus claims to have added new physical camera feature, which allows the user to utilize alert slider on the left side of the phone and the adjust camera focus. This gesture control feature is likely to get upgraded in the upcoming OnePlus 6 device.

OnePlus is due to launch the OnePlus 6 in the next couple of months which is why it's now gradually revealing more information about the handset. The phone will have the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845, paired with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. Recently, the company also posted a teaser showing an iPhone X-like feature. The tweet reads "Speed up your experience with gestures".

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However, that wasn't well received by its fanbase, so the company has chose to release a software update for the OnePlus 6 after it's released which will bring the ability to hide the notch by blacking out the status bar.

On the OnePlus 5T, users are able return to the home screen, open overviews, and return to the previous screen through gesture controls, which are similar to what the iPhone X offers.

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