Google Pixel 3 or OnePlus 6T: which one would you buy?

Some people call the OnePlus 6T the "Pixel 3 killer". Do you agree? Vote in our poll!
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66 Comments

53. blkkobra

Posts: 40; Member since: Jan 22, 2014

Currently rocking the OP6T 8/128 from T-Mobile. Came from the LG G7 and not regretting my decision at all. The $300 trade-in credit made this a no-brainer for me.

57. rabramson2443

Posts: 44; Member since: May 12, 2018

The question should be, "If price was not a co sideration, which phone would you choose?"

61. Vogue1985

Posts: 350; Member since: Jan 24, 2017

Oneplus 6T.simple. LG want a comeback, study Oneplus and be the new Nexus. I like Pixel, but I Don't love it like u did the Nexus phones

64. Pirate312

Posts: 3; Member since: Nov 04, 2018

The original article touted the squeezable edge on the Pixel to launch the Google Assistant implying the 6T had no way to do it...wrong. On the 6T a long press of the power button launches the Google Assistant. Having had the squeeze frame on my Pixel 2 XL, I would liken it to the Bixby button on Samsung phones...it's pretty easy to launch it accidentally when you're trying to do something else.

66. tokuzumi

Posts: 1794; Member since: Aug 27, 2009

While this one is a pretty tough "would you rather", I'm inclined to agree with the poll results. I'm not a phablet phan at all. I had a OnePlus 3T for a few months, and sold it because it was too big for my tastes. Great phone otherwise, though. But, I don't see the $250 value add the Pixel offers. It's a great phone, but OnePlus has picked up where Google's Nexus line left off. Great phones for relatively cheap prices. I'd love to have a OnePlus that is the non-XL Pixel size.

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