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Gadget Review

An incremental update to probably the best-in-value Android smartphone in 2016

OnePlus 3T

from Gadget Review

OnePlus had a winner with its super refined third iteration flagship smartphone, and while the existence of the incremental 3T may be in question, it builds on a successful formula that gives interested consumers an even tougher bargain to turn down. You simply won’t find another $400 smartphone with topped-out specs like a top-of-the-line Snapdragon 821 chipset, 6GB of RAM, and 3,400 mAh battery. But it’s not just about the specs. The 3T is through-and-through a well crafted smartphone; so much so that any of its slight compromises, like the 1080P screen resolution or average l... Full review

Recombu

Strong specs and impressive value for money

OnePlus 3T

from Recombu
The OnePlus 3T may be meeting some tough competition from the latest series of flagship phones, but this great-value handset can more than hold its own in 2017. That Nougat update adds the best Android features found in the latest phones, while the gorgeous display, dependable and simple-to-use camera and blistering performance simply can’t be beaten at this price point... Full review
VR-Zone

The most affordable flagship you can have

OnePlus 3T

from VR-Zone
The OnePlus 3T is a spectacular smartphone and at its price point, it’s hard to find anything else in the market that can beat its power and user-friendliness. I absolutely loved its battery life and fast-charging capabilities. Its unparalleled speed is just so lovely, especially when coupled with the beautiful OxygenOS skin on the OnePlus 3T. There is no other phone I would recommend more than the OnePlus 3T at this price... Full review
IT Pro

Premium performance at rock-bottom prices

OnePlus 3T

from IT Pro
Independent of price, the OnePlus 3T would still be an excellent phone on its own merits. It can capably go toe-to-toe with flagships like the Galaxy S7 and the Pixel XL, with impressive specs and performance and a pleasing catalogue of features... Full review
Digital Photography Review

Offers all-around top specifications and snappy general performance

OnePlus 3T

from Digital Photography Review
The OnePlus 3T is an absolute top-end smartphone in most respects. While its camera performance does not quite match the very best in class, it is still on a high level, making the latest model from OnePlus a very interesting proposition to mobile photographers who want value for money... Full review
Android Authority

Makes improvements in all the right places

OnePlus 3T

from Android Authority
If you already have the OnePlus 3, the 3T really isn’t compelling enough to justify an upgrade. The improvements are nice, but the overall experience isn’t significantly different between the two, and if software updates are a concern, the good news is that both devices will receive them at the same time... Full review
TrustedReviews

Again the best Android smartphone you can buy for the money

OnePlus 3T

from TrustedReviews
The cynical among us would say the OnePlus 3T merely corrects the shortcomings of the original OnePlus 3, and gives OnePlus a reason to hike the price up again. But the hardware improvements do go some way to justifying the OnePlus 3T’s creation and, in fairness, the OnePlus 3 was an already excellent template to build upon... Full review
GSMArena

Little bit better than the OnePlus 3

OnePlus 3T

from GSMArena
If you're in the market for a new smartphone today and you're okay with ordering it online instead of going to a brick-and-mortar shop, the OnePlus 3T is a must-consider. It has a lot of great features going for it and just a few considerations against it. The lack of water-proofing is the sole thing holding the 3T back from a proverbial gold medal. The lack of microSD expansion isn't a big deal when storage starts at 64GB... Full review
The Inquirer

Powerhouse of a phone that would make an excellent main handset

OnePlus 3T

from The Inquirer
The OnePlus 3T is a powerhouse of a phone that would make an excellent main handset for all but the most demanding Android fan. Price-wise, OnePlus is really delivering on its "Never settle" philosophy by making more expensive phones look vastly overpriced - particularly the Google Pixel XL, which may have a better camera but is otherwise a very similar experience despite costing half as much again... Full review
Chip Chick

A superb Android smartphone with a simple, uncluttered interface

OnePlus 3T

from Chip Chick

The OnePlus 3T is not much of a departure from the OnePlus 3, which isn’t a problem with us — the 3 was one of our favorite Android phones of the year. Thanks to lightweight, well-optimized software, the OnePlus 3T runs faster than most phones running on the same chipset. Granted, there are some trade-offs. The OnePlus 3T’s camera, being the same as the one on the 3, isn’t bad, but it suffers noticeably in low-light conditions. That’s usually something we say about all smartphones, but the Google Pixel, Huawei Mate 9, and Samsung Galaxy S7 all take pretty sharp... Full review

WARRENTY DOES NOT EXIST

OnePlus One

Do not expect the phone to last more than 1 year. I bought 2 phones both are faulty and need fixing after 1 year, in the first all microphones stopped working - the standard one and the one that is used when on speaker. The other had the dead phone effect - blacked out completely. Thsi is not a flag... More

Do not expect the phone to last more than 1 year. I bought 2 phones both are faulty and need fixing after 1 year, in the first all microphones stopped working - the standard one and the one that is used when on speaker. The other had the dead phone effect - blacked out completely. Thsi is not a flagship killer its a dead flagship!

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