OnePlus 3T is superior to the OnePlus 3 in a few big areas. The processor has been bumped up to a Snapdragon 821 as opposed to the 820, the front-facing camera resolution is doubled from 8MP to 16MP, the battery's increased to 3,400 mAh compared to 3,000 mAh, and a 128GB storage option is available for those who know they'll eat through 64GB. As you'd expect though, these improvements come at a cost. The OnePlus 3T has a price tag of $439, meaning it's about $40 more than the OnePlus 3 that sold for $399.Although both handsets feature the exact same design (save for the new Gunmetal color option), the
The OnePlus 3T is more of a hardware refresh for the OnePlus 3 than a true successor, but with the OnePlus 3 no longer being sold in either the US or Europe, it's essentially replacing the OnePlus 3 as OnePlus's primary flagship handset. So, for $40 more, is the 3T a worthy upgrade from the 3?
We reached out to our readers to see if they thought so, and the response that we received was considerably positive. More than 1200 votes came in for this particular poll, with 41.54% of voters saying that the OnePlus 3T is worth the cash if you've got an older handset, but not necessarily worth upgrading to if you already own the OnePlus 3. The full, detailed results can be found below, and if you didn't get a chance to participate in the poll, feel free to leave your thoughts in the comments section letting us know if you think the OnePlus 3T is a worthy upgrade.