In addition to the Space Gray, Silver, and Gold case options, the iPhone 6S offers a Rose Gold finish, fittingly tying up its premium-tier spec sheet.
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The iPhone 6S Plus's frame, which is 0.2mm thicker than the previous one, is a bitter bite out of this Apple release, but at least a more-advanced A9 CPU chip resides within. Speaking of advancement, its selfie shooter is now a 5-megapixel HD FaceTime camera, using the display's 500nit brightness as its own Retina flash.
The 6S Plus also adds Rose Gold to 6 Plus's color palette (+), a coating that only a handful of flagship devices don as of 2015 Q4.
Its other high-grade features include a 32GB/64GB/128GB UFS (SSD + eMMC) memory as well as wireless charging (3000mAh battery) and music-playing capabilities.
Internally, it operates on a 2.3GHz quad-core Snapdragon 801 CPU, with 3GB of RAM and Adreno 330 graphics as accompaniments. 16GB of eMMC v5.0 memory is built-in, with an up-to-128GB microSD allowance at the ready. Even though it loses the 4K video capability of the OnePlus 2, the X sports a similar 13-megapixel rear cam resolution and a higher-res 8-megapixel selfie shooter (compared to the 2's 5-megapixel one). Finishing touches include two SIM card trays and a 2525mAh battery.
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