While many of you are likely considering the impressive OnePlus 6T as your next phone, others will want to wait a few weeks, or even longer. While it’s one of the best phones of 2018, the OnePlus 6T isn’t perfect. With that in mind, here are a few reasons why it’s worth buying, and a few reasons why you might want to wait.
Alternatives like the Galaxy S9 or Pixel 3 XL offer a great experience and in some cases better performance and extra features. However, most phones can’t offer everything OnePlus does at its low price.
In fact, the OnePlus 6T is hard to beat for $549. You’re getting a huge 6.4-inch display, dual cameras, an in-display fingerprint scanner and the latest Android 9 Pie software. These are high-end specs that compete with Google, Apple, and other top devices coming in 2019 like the Galaxy S10.
Is the big screen, sleek design, dual cameras, and smooth software experience offer enough to outweigh some of the cons? Those being the notch in the screen, missing features, and an average camera setup. Or, even though it’s exciting, the potentially average fingerprint scanner experience.
Reasons to Buy the OnePlus 6T
- Beautiful Big Screen, Nice Design
- Top-Tier Performance
- Fast Software Updates
- Finally Available on Verizon & T-Mobile
- You Want Storage Options
- Affordable Price
Reasons Not to Buy the OnePlus 6T
- Big, Slippery & Fragile Design
- Average Camera Experience
- You Have Other Options in Early 2019
While the phone is still new and plenty of deals are floating around, you might benefit by waiting. If you’re still on the fence about the OnePlus 6T, these are some key points to consider. Our slideshow below goes into more details about each reason and will help you make the right choice.
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