When I first laid eyes on a photo of the OnePlus 3, I was let down. I didn't like its generic design, its snap-on cases that seemed like afterthoughts, or its higher-than-ever price tag. But then a review unit landed on my doorstep, and I got to use the OnePlus 3 for nine days. While my feelings on its derivative design haven't changed, I still consider this to be one of the best phones you can buy for $399. Also, it's a worthy custodian of a brand name that, as Andrew wrote in Android Central's full review, seems to have finally grown up.
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