Matthew Miller on yet another iPhone killer from yet another company in China. The OnePlus 6T:
It offers a flagship experience at a price $300 to $400, or more, less than Android flagships and even has features that those more expensive devices don’t.
I wonder why customers don’t switch en masse to a new phone that does more for half the price of an iPhone.
No phone is perfect and for $579 (the 8GB/128GB model I bought) there are some compromises. The OnePlus 6T doesn’t support wireless charging, it doesn’t have an official dust/water resistant rating, and the second rear camera doesn’t provide wide-angle or zoom capability.
Oh, so it’s not really half the price of iPhone XR and it doesn’t have all the same features.