The OnePlus 3 strong points are performance, which feels fast and fluid; the plentiful 64 gigs of storage, and the fast and well-performing camera.
It does fall short in two key areas. Display quality is sub-par, as this is one of the worse displays we’ve seen on a major phone launched in the last year or two, though we’re hoping the upcoming update by OnePlus will fix this. Then, there’s battery life which also leaves something to be desired.
The OnePlus 3 is in many ways like an HTC phone – great design without much going on in terms of special features. It works well. And at that $400 price, it’s definitely something special.
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