Moment Cameras are Coming to OnePlus 6/6T

Posted on December 11, 2018 by Paul Thurrott in Mobile, Android, Music + Videos with 7 Comments

In the surest sign yet that OnePlus is achieving mainstream success, Moment revealed that it is bringing its vaunted camera lenses and cases to the OnePlus 6 and 6T. OnePlus 6 is supported today, and OnePlus 6T support comes in February.

“With an overwhelming amount of requests, we’re excited to introduce OnePlus to the Moment family,” an announcement on the Moment website explains. “We can’t wait to see what you OnePlus users create. If you’re wondering about OnePlus 6T, it’s already in the works and will be shipping in February.”

For those not familiar, Moment makes external camera lenses and compatible cases and other accessories for popular smartphones. It started with the iPhone, naturally, and moved from there to the Samsung Galaxy lineup and, for some reason, Google Pixel. (I assume that was more about camera quality than popularity.) So OnePlus is the fourth smartphone lineup that Moment supports.

For the OnePlus 6, Moment offers wide-angle (18mm), superfish (fisheye), and telephoto (58mm) lenses, plus a photo case, a rope neck strap, and leather wrist wrap. The lenses cost $90 to $100 each, but they dramatically improve the quality of the photos that can be taken with the handset.

Check out the video above for some great examples.

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Comments (7)

7 responses to “Moment Cameras are Coming to OnePlus 6/6T”

  1. Robert-Hostetler

    I can't get the links to work in the article and I can't seem to add a link to the vendor website in this comment either. But the Moment company seems to be awesome. Thank you for the tip!

  2. wright_is

    The story seems to be in edit mode? I can't click on the links, but I can type text into the article, although it doesn't seem to get saved.

  3. Cristian Kin

    There are no links below.