While the OnePlus 6T is still an excellent smartphone, the company just released its latest OnePlus 7T that has a lot to offer. If you’re looking to buy a new phone or upgrade, here’s what you need to know and how the OnePlus 6T compares to the OnePlus 7T.
You have several great phones to choose from right now. From the Galaxy S10 to even the OnePlus 7 Pro. However, at just $599 the OnePlus 7T is a great option for most buyers.
Both of these are great phones, but with the 7T being a year newer, having a bigger screen, and packing a triple rear camera setup the choice isn’t as clear as you’d think. If you’re on the fence, we’re here to help you make the right choice.
Considering the original OnePlus 7 never came to the US, that comparison isn’t quite fair. Furthermore, the OnePlus 7 Pro is the “Pro” model, so that isn’t fair either. As a result, we decided to pit both of the latest T-model phones against each other for those looking to upgrade, or someone that is considering saving even more money and getting last years OnePlus 6T instead of the newest version.
Both of these phones have a similar design, fast internals, get quick updates and will generally be great phones. However, 12 months is a long time in the tech industry, especially for OnePlus. The company now has more cameras, a bigger battery, and 90 Hz refresh rate screens in the latest model.
Basically, while these two phones look similar on the outside, there’s a lot that’s new.
So, whether you have the OP6 or 6T and are thinking about upgrading, still have an old OnePlus 5, or even a Galaxy device, here’s how these compare for those weighing their options. You’ll find tons of helpful information, comparisons, pricing info and details in the slideshow below.
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