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OnePlus is dubbed as the flagship killer for a reason.  The company’s business policies allow them to provide highly competitive market solutions for very affordable prices. This is quite the predicament for other high end manufacturers which are trying to sell very similar packages for a much higher price tag.

The latest device to pop out of the OnePlus oven is the OnePlus 3T, a device built around the original OnePlus 3. The original device was released not that long ago, and is already getting a worthy, more premium successor in the form of the 3T.

Not a whole lot has changed, but the two handsets aren’t exactly identical either. Let’s check the OnePlus 3T and see what users deal with when purchasing the OnePlus flagship.


The OnePlus 3T display is an IPS LCD screen that measures no less than 5.5 inches The considerable screen size comes with a consistent 1920 x 1080 resolution and is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 3. This assures users that the device won’t shatter at the slightest impact.


In terms of performance, we have a quad core processing unit doing all the heavy lifting, as the OnePlus device features Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 801. The 2.5 GHz Krait 400 chip is paired with the popular Adreno 330 graphics processor. With a total of 3 GB of RAM, the handset isn’t eligible for the “outdated” status but it does feel a tad lackluster in comparison with other high end devices.

The fact that it comes at a much lower price makes it all understandable, however. There are also up to 64 GB of storage available, with no SD card compatibility so users have to manage their resource carefully.

OnePlus 3T owners will be able to take great photos with its 13 MP rear camera equipped with 2 x LED Flash or the 5 MP front lens.

To support all the features, OnePlus has provided a 3100 mAh battery unit which was once considered massive. Today, it’s pretty much expected from a manufacturer that they include at least 3000 mAh units in their devices.