Everything we know about the OnePlus 3T!

OnePlus’s next device may not be as exciting as it’s other devices, but it’s still an important device nonetheless. As such, let’s take a look at all the information we’ve managed to gather on the OnePlus 3T.

Everything we know about the OnePlus 3T!

1. New Snapdragon 821 processor


The OnePlus 3T is confirmed to run with the Snapdragon 821 processor, which is currently the fastest and most powerful processor available for Android devices.

2. The Optic AMOLED display will return


The AMOLED display of the OnePlus 3 has received plenty of praise for it’s quality and accuracy, and this probably won’t be changing anytime soon.

3. Same design as the OnePlus 3


Some leaks from Weibo (pictured above) have revealed that OnePlus 3T’s design is pretty much the same as the OnePlus 3.

4. Pricing has changed by $80

OnePlus is well known for having very affordable and competitive devices price wise, but the OnePlus 3 is looking to be much more expensive with an $80 price increase!

5. Bigger 3300mAh battery


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6. New Sony IMX398 camera sensor


While the OnePlus 3’s IMX298 sensor still holds up quite well, the OnePlus 3T’s is looking to improve on it even further which should give us quite the capable shooter.

7. It’ll come with 128GB of internal storage


OnePlus has come to understand that more internal storage makes life easier, which is why the OnePlus 3T will be stocked with 128GB of internal storage by default!

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8. It runs on OxygenOS based on Android Nougat

OnePlus is no stranger to speedy updates, and the OnePlus 3T will be one latest devices to ship with Google’s newest version of Android out of the box.


9. It’s not the OnePlus 4


While this may be pretty clear to most of us, some people are still confused by this. The OnePlus 3T and OnePlus 4 are completely seperate devices. The OnePlus 4 release is said to be in August 2017, while the OnePlus 3T on the other hand…

10. It’s releasing tomorrow


The OnePlus 3T is set to be released on the 15th of November, AKA tomorrow. Looks like we’ll be able to see whether the leaks were true or not pretty soon!

What do you guys think about the OnePlus 3T? Does it pique your interest? Tell us in the comments!

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  1. Stef
    November 14, 2016

    Cpu wise it’s being destroyed by both Exynos and Kirin 960 as far as raw performance goes (and often in every day performance too).

    It’s the GPU (Adreno 530) where SD821 destroys, but even there not by much. And of course the whole SoC is being completely obliterated by A10 (but to be fair A10 does not run android).

    My point is that Qualcomm creates adequate chips, not exactly powerhouses. They are also the only play in town for many OEMs so their chips seem more capable than (how) they really are.

    They are a generation behind from a top manufacturer though (Apple) and about a half generation behind (in cpu) and half generation ahead (in gpu) when compared to lesser SoC manufacturers…

    • Karly Johnston
      November 15, 2016

      QC is always 6 months behind Apple. It is the way they planned the release cycle. But they will always have better Gpu performance.

      • Stef
        November 15, 2016

        GFX Bench begs to differ. In off screen tests SD820 was barely edging the 6 months old A9 and of course A10 readily punished both.

        Also CPU wise it’s clearly losing to both A9 and A10. I’m rounding up by saying that they are a generation behind. In fact their CPUs are “more than” and their gpus are “less than”.

        Like I said not an exactly exciting company, there are generation that cpu wise was losing to mid rangers like Mediatek chips. They are the Intel of mobiles. Patent troll first, engineers second…

        • Karly Johnston
          November 15, 2016

          My Zuk Z2 Pro scores 3400 in Slingshot Extreme while the iPhone 7 only scores 1960.

          • Stef
            November 15, 2016

            In one test maybe. Not in the rest and certainly not in games. In fact it’s not even close to most tests…

  2. MattD
    November 14, 2016

    So, the same phone with *maybe* a slightly bigger battery, something eaten out completely by the higher clocked cpu. Also, it would be a total disappointment if true: not only battery life would probably be worse, but since it’s the very same phone, they would admit they could have squized a bigger battery inside, but decided not to… And you’re even supposed to pay consistently more for this!

  3. yalok
    November 14, 2016

    I wonder if the camera is any good. Was not impressed by OP3 camera performance.