Just a few months after the OnePlus 3 put an affordable price tag on a Snapdragon 820, the roguish smartphone maker is updating its flagship phone with new internals and a new name. The OnePlus 3T puts a mildly clock-bumped Snapdragon 821 SoC and as much as 128GB of storage in the same aluminum body as its predecessor. A new 16MP selfie shooter will let a certain Kardashian break the internet in crisper detail.
Those minor changes aside, the 3T boasts the same fast-charging circuitry, 1920x1080 AMOLED screen, and 6GB of RAM as its forebear. OnePlus' mildly-massaged OxygenOS spin on Android still runs the show, and it's still built atop Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Both the OnePlus 3 and the 3T will get a Nougat upgrade later this year.
The 64GB OnePlus 3T will start at $439, and OnePlus says orders will open for the gunmetal version of the phone November 22. A "soft gold" model will follow shortly thereafter. And yes, this phone still has a headphone jack.
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