OnePlus just unveiled its priciest phone yet, the OnePlus 7 Pro. Here's how it compares to the more affordable OnePlus 6T.
- The recently announced $670 OnePlus 7 Pro is available to buy now, but it's the priciest OnePlus phone to date.
- The cheaper version of the OnePlus 7 Pro, the regular OnePlus 7, won't be available in the US, so those who want to stay under the $600 mark will have the option to buy the $550 OnePlus 6T, which came out in November 2018.
- The OnePlus 6T is still a fantastic smartphone that costs $120 less than the OnePlus 7 Pro.
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OnePlus has unveiled its new OnePlus 7 Pro smartphone that schools Apple and Samsung in how to make a premium smartphone.With that said, starting at $670, the OnePlus 7 Pro is uncharacteristically pricey for OnePlus phones, which have never started above the $600 mark. The OnePlus 7 Pro is the priciest phone that OnePlus has released so far.Advertisement
The company does have a cheaper OnePlus 7 - without the "pro" part - but it's not available in the US, and it doesn't have a US price tag to compare.
Instead of the OnePlus 7, the company is making its previous OnePlus 6T, which was released in November 2018, available for $550.Here's how the two phones compare:
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The OnePlus 6T starts at $550 — $120 less than the OnePlus 7 Pro.
The OnePlus 6T runs on 2018 specs, while the OnePlus 7 Pro runs on 2019 specs, but that's not a bad thing — especially with OnePlus phones.Advertisement
The OnePlus 6T has a great camera, but it doesn't have as many options as the OnePlus 7 Pro.
The designs of the OnePlus 6T and OnePlus 7 Pro aren't all that different.Advertisement
The OnePlus 7 Pro does, however, have a big screen upgrade.
The OnePlus 6T has one of the least offensive notches on any smartphone. But the OnePlus 7 Pro doesn't have an iPhone-style notch at all, or a Samsung-style selfie camera cutout.Advertisement
The OnePlus 7 Pro's pop-up selfie camera is neat and makes the no-notch display possible, but it could carry an extra risk.
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