OnePlus 3T Overview | Is the Upgrade Worth It?

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The 3T was a quick update OnePlus pushed out shortly after releasing the 3. At first glance, it may look like the same phone - but on the inside, things are a little different. Bigger battery capacity, faster processor, and an overzealous front camera. Worth upgrading from the 3? Logan finds out.

Proc: Snapdragon 821 @ 1.6GHz
GPU: Adreno 530
Battery: 3,400 mAh
Storage: 64 or 128GB
SIM: Dual Nano
Audio: 3.5mm
Charging: USB 2 Type-C
Display: 1920x1080 (401ppi)

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OnePlus 3T Store: OnePlus 3T - OnePlus (United States)
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You guys made a really great video @Logan comparing the two phones! I’d love to see some more videos on these “flagship killer” phones from Asia if you guys could.

Also would love to see some videos on managing your digital life that you mentioned in that video about Justin switching to Android.

I had the OnePlus One for a while and was really very pleasantly surprised by the amount of phone you get for the price (nevermind the hoops you had to jump through to get one). The 3T seems impressive also but I’ll agree that between the slight price hike and increased competition it doesn’t have the same allure as the OnePlus One did, for me at least.

Have you guys ever thought of reviewing something like the Moto G? It’s specs aren’t flagship level, but the price is a hell of a lot cheaper. The most expensive Moto G is over $100 cheaper than the cheapest OnePlus 3T for reference.

I am currently torn between getting this or a sony xperia xz, anyone wants help me to come to a decision??

What about the XZ interests you? Daily uses? Price? What are you looking for in a phone?

What I normally want out of a phone is something that can last me a while and can handle quite powerfully apps such as games (for example) and run other such things fine down the line, I also want a phone which I know will last me a fair few years. I also I want a decent camera, and in regards to the XZ legit brand loyalty never had an issue with sony phones so i tend to keep buying them, how ever i like the look of the oneplus so I might jump ship also its like £100 less.