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The £399 OnePlus 3T hits the UK on November 28th

The new handset will also be available to pre-order on O2 from tomorrow.
Jamie Rigg, @jmerigg
November 16, 2016
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OnePlus' motto is "never settle," but it's probably best not to remind OnePlus 3 owners of that right now. Less than six months has passed since the launch of that flagship, and yet the company has already announced a new model to replace it. The OnePlus 3T is basically an improved variant, with a Snapdragon 821 chip, bigger 3,400mAh battery and better 16-megapixel front-facing camera for high-quality livestreams. The primary shooter is now covered with sapphire glass to ward off scratches, too. The only other major change is the higher price, with the OnePlus 3T costing £399 for the 64GB model or £439 for the 128GB config when it launches in the UK on November 28th.

That's direct from OnePlus, anyway, but in a continuation of the exclusive carrier partnership established all of two months ago, O2 will also be ranging the 3T on contracts starting at £31 per month with a £10 upfront payment for the 64GB version, or £33 per month and no upfront payment for the 128GB model -- but bear in mind these cheapest options only come with a measly 500MB data cap. O2 is going to sell the OnePlus 3T outright, too, for £418 or £456 depending on how much internal storage you want. That's a mark-up on OnePlus' prices, but you still might want to take the hit for the sake of getting the device a few days early. You can only do that at O2's Oxford Street store on the 24th November, though, at a special event starting at 3:02PM.

Otherwise, you can pre-order the OnePlus 3T on O2 from tomorrow, November 17th, in-store or online. There's no way to pre-order the handset directly from OnePlus, but you can still settle for the retiring OnePlus 3 for £329 while stocks last.

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