Chinese firm OnePlus has unveiled the OnePlus 3T, essentially killing off the OnePlus 3 just five months after its release.
Improving on its now-defunct predecessor, the OnePlus 3T packs a 2.35GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processor. That's the same chip that you'll find inside the Google Pixel and Pixel XL but, given that the OnePlus 3T runs Android 6.0 rather than Google's newer Nougat OS, it doesn't offer the same support for Google's Daydream VR platform.
This new processor is coupled with a bigger 3,400mAh battery, compared with 3,000mAh in the OnePlus 3, complete with OnePlus' Dash technology that the firm claims will get you a full day's charge in just 30 minutes.
There have also been some improvements in the camera department, with the OnePlus 3T touting a 16MP Sony-built sensor on its rear with an f/2.0 aperture lens, 4K video recording and a new and improved Electronic Image Stabilisation system. There's a 16MP camera on the front, compared with the 8MP sensor on the previous model.
The OnePlus 3T also offers a new 128GB storage option and a new gunmetal colour option.
Beyond that, everything stays the same. You'll find an identical 5.5in Full HD AMOLED display, 6GB of RAM, USB-C connector and OnePlus' custom Oxygen software.
OnePlus has tweaked its software a bit, though, giving it a cleaner and more streamlined UI, resized app icons, customisable quick access icons, and password or fingerprint protection for individual apps.
In the UK, you'll be able to bag a OnePlus 3T for £399 when it goes on sale on 28 November, which puts it around £70 more than the OnePlus 3.
O2 will be the only UK network to offer the smartphone. The 64GB model will be available for £9.99 on a £31 tariff with 500 minutes, unlimited texts and 500MB of data, which can be upped to £42 per month for a more reasonable 5GB of data.
The 128GB OnePlus 3T is available for free on a choice of £33 or £44 per month tariffs.
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