The phones OnePlus makes offer some of the best bang for buck you can get. They're an incredible deal to begin with, but OnePlus is, for a limited time, reducing the barrier of entry for a flagship smartphone experience even more. It's offering its OnePlus 7 Pro (opens in new tab) and OnePlus 7T (opens in new tab) with up to $150 off while supplies last giving you the chance to pocket one without spending top dollar.
That'll net you a phone running Android 10 and powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 855+. Even better, it's got the same 90Hz refresh rate as the Pixel 4, alongside support for HDR 10. Round back, you'll find a triple-camera array, with a 48MP primary sensor bolstered by ultrawide and telephoto lenses.
You can get an even better deal on the slightly older OnePlus 7 Pro (opens in new tab) — naturally, it earned the title of "the best Android phone under $700". You can get the 8GB RAM + 256GB storage model for $549 — that's a discount of $150 and less than the lower-spec 128GB version is going for right now. For that money, you get a slightly less powerful Snapdragon 855 and pretty much the same rear cameras and other specs as the OnePlus 7T.
Where the OnePlus 7 Pro really shines, though, is its screen. The older phone earns its 'Pro' credentials with the use of a 3120 x 1440p display that's also bezel-less, by the way. In order to achieve that, the phone's front camera's been moved to a retractable pop-up module. The OnePlus 7T, on the other hand, sports a more standard 2400 x 1080p display with a tiny notch for the front camera.
You can grab the OnePlus 7T at the discounted price here (opens in new tab), while the OnePlus 7 Pros are available here (opens in new tab). These are limited time offers, of course, so if you're interested in these flagship killers, get them while you can.
Still don't know if I should go 7T or 7 Pro :/
I went with the 7T a few months ago because it has a flat screen. I keep going back and forth but I really don't like curved screens! No matter which one you get add the Pixle camera to it :)
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