Two of the best Android phone manufacturers, Samsung and OnePlus, have now released their 2021 flagship lineups. First with the Galaxy S21 series, and now with the OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro, we Android faithful have five fantastic phones to choose from when making a purchase decision. As many die-hard fans as each brand have, there are certainly those who like to jump back and forth between generations, from OnePlus to Galaxy.
If you are coming from a OnePlus 8T or earlier, are you planning on picking up a 9 or 9 Pro, or are you more likely to jump ship for something like the Galaxy S21 Ultra? There is some internal debate along these lines right now in the AC forums...
Now we want to hear from you — Now that they've both launched, are you planning on picking up a OnePlus 9 or Samsung Galaxy S21?
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Australia still can't buy OnePlus phones so there is no choice between the two. Not that I'd ever consider a Samsung phone anyway regardless of reviews or specs.
Already bought the S21 Ultra and it's a monster of a phone. No thanks on this month's crappy One Plus.
Same already bought the s21 Ultra and it's brilliant even with the exynos version. Was looking at getting the one+ but from what I've seen from the reviews it's gone backwards.
Bought the S21 a couple of weeks ago and was also waiting on the OnePlus announcement to decide which one to keep. Nothing about the OnePlus would make me want it over S21. And given that I have AT&T, I am limited with 5G on the OnePlus anyway.
Today received my new OnePlus 9Pro. These phones are great as they are high spec and no bloat ware. Samsung is riddled with it.
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