OnePlus is a generally new player in the cell phone market, however taking after the release of the OnePlus One in 2014 it has immediately picked up a ton of momentum through a straightforward procedure: provide top of the line hardware at mid-range costs.
The most recent model, the OnePlus 3T, is no special case. At a present cost of $439 you receive Qualcomm’s top-end chipset Snapdragon 821 and an astounding 6GB of RAM in the processing department. Include 64GB of inward storage in the base model to the mix and the 3T does not need to stress over comparisons with the flagship models from Samsung, Sony, Apple and whatever remains of the cluster.
On paper, the camera module is not exactly on an indistinguishable level as the intense processing parts yet at the same time looks exceptionally promising. A 1/2.8″ 16MP sensor is joined with a F2.0 aperture, phase recognition and optical picture stabilization. DNG Raw support, 4K video and manual control over shutter speed are all on board too and selfie-shooters will be occupied with the front camera that offers an astounding 16MP resolution.
1/2.8″ 16MP CMOS sensor with 1.12µm pixels
AF with on-sensor phase detection
Optical picture adjustment
4K video at 30 fps
720p slow motion at 120fps
Manual controls and Raw-bolster
16MP front camera, 1.0 µm pixels, F2.0, 1080p video
5.5″ 1080p Full-HD AMOLED screen
Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 chipset