OnePlus 3

OnePlus  3
87

Engadget Review

OnePlus is back with its third-generation flagship phone, and it has more than enough horsepower to duke it out with devices twice its price. The phone's construction feels first-rate too, and OxygenOS -- the custom version of Android it runs -- could easily please stock aficionados and dedicated tweakers. It's not perfect, though: You only have one choice for storage (64GB) and the included super-fast charger sometimes isn't super-fast after all. Still, considering what the company is asking and how great everything else is, the OnePlus 3 represents the best balance of price and performance you can find.

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It's the best phone you can buy for $400.
Engadget
EngadgetJune 19, 2016

Pros

  • First-rate performance
  • Excellent build quality
  • Mostly stock Android, plus some neat features
  • Dual SIM support
  • It's $399!

Cons

  • Ships with a few minor bugs
  • Limited memory options
  • Dash charger doesn't work with all cables
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Key Specs

TYPE
Smartphone
SCREEN SIZE
5.522
INTERNAL MEMORY
641
CAMERA
Yes

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