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OnePlus 8T vs. OnePlus 7T: Should you upgrade?

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OnePlus 8T All the latest tech $749 at Amazon Pros Gorgeous 120Hz AMOLED display Snapdragon 865 with 5G connectivity 65W fast charging Android 11 out of the box Decent cameras Cons No IP rating No wireless charging The OnePlus 8T is packed with the latest tech you'll find today. There's a gorgeous 120Hz AMOLED screen backed by the Snapdragon 865 chipset with 5G connectivity, 65W fast charging, and Android 11 out of the box. If you want one of the fastest phones in the market today, you should get your hands on the OnePlus 8T. OnePlus 7T Ultimate 4G phone $449 at OnePlus Pros Vibrant 90Hz AMOLED panel Snapdragon 855+ still holds up 30W fast charging Same cameras as 8T Stereo speakers Cons No 5G connectivity No IP rating The OnePlus 7T is still going strong a year after its launch. The hardware has more than enough power to run demanding games, the design is still striking, and the 90Hz AMOLED panel is still a delight to use. The only thi

The OnePlus 7T is discounted to just $399 for a limited time

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The OnePlus 7T It wasn't too long ago that we named the OnePlus 7T "the best of Android for under $600", but thanks to a limited-time sale at B&H right now, it's becoming the best of Android for less than $400. B&H has the unlocked OnePlus 7T on sale today for only $399. You'll even score free shipping with the purchase. This unlocked smartphone is suitable for use on GSM networks such as T-Mobile and AT&T. It's not intended to be used on CDMA networks like Verizon. The deal applies to both the glacier blue and frosted silver colorways. The OnePlus 7T is equipped with a large 6.55-inch display and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 955+ octa-core processor. Along with 8GB RAM, it offers 128GB storage capacity and a sizeable 3800mAh battery to keep it powered all day long without needing to charge it. While it doesn't feature wireless charging capability, it does include the ability to fast charge at up to 30W. Along with running Android 10, this dev

These are the best Android phones you can buy right now

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Competition makes for better products, and the Android ecosystem is more competitive than ever. The best of the best right now is the Galaxy S20+, bringing an excellent combination of hardware, display, specs, features and cameras into a single package. If you want a new Android phone at any price range, we've done the research to separate the great from the good, and the good from the bad. This list will help you make your next purchase easier. Best Overall: Samsung Galaxy S20+ Before the Galaxy S20 series came out, our top pick here was the Galaxy S10+ — and everything Samsung did this year made it an easy move to recommend the S20+. The S20+ makes improvements across the board, with a bigger display that has a super-smooth 120Hz refresh rate, larger 4500mAh battery, more RAM, and a new Snapdragon 865 processor. Every Galaxy S20+ is 5G capable as well, which isn't the biggest deal right now but will become more important later in 2020. The huge move up is in the

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