The OnePlus 6 is officially here, and in addition to our usual in-depth review, we've decided to put this smartphone in the gaming performance cycle. After all, this is the first Snapdragon 845 SoC device to be offered in India, and its 8GB RAM is the highest capacity available on any phone at the moment. OnePlus 6 specs include the octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 octa-core SoC clocked up to 2.8GHz with an integrated Adreno 630 GPU, 6GB of RAM with 64GB of storage (or 8GB of RAM with 128GB / 256GB of storage storage) and 6.28 inch full-HD + (1080x2280 pixels) Full optical AMOLED display with 19: 9 aspect ratio. For the purposes of this section, we have ordered the OnePlus 6 variant with 8GB of RAM and 128GB The amount of storage through its games by playing some of the coolest games like PUBG Mobile and Arena of Valor - this is all we learned.
The OnePlus 6 game mode explains
The OnePlus 6 has a few tricks dedicated to gaming. The Do Not Disturb Gaming mode is now simply called the Gaming mode, similar to what we have seen on the likes of the OnePlus 5 and 5T thanks to new software updates. All the new features that we have seen the updates added to the previous generation are also available in the OnePlus 6 gaming mode.
So you have the option to block notifications while gaming, automatically route calls to the speaker or lock the brightness level during your gaming session. All of these settings can be applied to apps that you classify as games through the settings. The battery saver Gaming mode is still available as well, and we'll see in a little how that performs on the OnePlus 6.

How good is the OnePlus 6 at gaming?
On the heat front, the OnePlus 6 just got moderately warm during strenuous skirmishes in Arena of Valor and runs surprisingly cool in everything else, even outdoors. The AMOLED display is also well kept in direct sunlight, and although there's only one speaker at the bottom, the sound is fine if you decide not to use its 3.5mm headphone jack - a rarity. hoi is increasing among flagships.
All in all, the OnePlus 6 is a great continuation of last year's OnePlus 5 in gaming performance with improvements across the board thanks to its generous specs and excellent heat management. Regardless of your relationship with the notch and the gaming battery saver mode not optimized as well as possible, this is one of the better phones for gaming this year.