At a weight of 158g and an all metal armoury, the phone bears at its front a 5.5″ Optic Amoled display with a pixels density of 401ppi. The Optic Amoled is similar to the Super Amoled, only that it’s fine tuned to conserve the battery life. On screen protection, it comes with a Corning Gorilla Glass 4 and if that’s not enough for you, you can add a layer of glass protection on top of it.
The phone ships in with OnePlus Oxygen OS built on the Android OS Marshmallow with a planned upgrade to Android Nougat. Inside is a 6GB of RAM goodness, which is pretty much than even an ordinary laptop and an internal storage of either 64/128GB. There’s no memory card slot so you have to make your choice on this one in consideration of your needs. The more the storage, the pricier it is so if you’re on a tight budget, you can buy the 64 gig version and utilise cloud storage apps like Dropbox or Google Drive.
Front and rear cameras are 16MP, that is just wow, which comes with all the features you’d get on a premium built phone like the OIS, geotagging, phase detection, autofocus among others. You can also record HD videos and HDR images.
For those wondering about the juice, it ships in with a 3400 mAh battery on which if you are an average user, it can take you through the day and still remain with some charge for the night.
Need I say more?