Editors’ Note: We had the chance to test quick-charging features on these phones, and we’ve added those results to the Battery Section of this face-off.
The OnePlus 5T packs in a lot of the things people look for in a smartphone — a long-lasting battery, blazing processor and feature-rich camera — into a device that embraces the move toward edge-to-edge screens. But it’s missing something people aren’t such big fans of: a big price tag. Though the new phone from OnePlus matches the feature list of many leading flagships, it costs a couple hundred dollars less than the best phones from Apple, Google and Samsung.
Just what do you give up if you’re looking to save, though? To find out, we put the $499 OnePlus 5T up against two other leading flagships that boast best-in-class features: Google’s new $649 Pixel 2 and $849 Pixel 2 XL. It turns out the competition between these phones is a lot closer than you might think.
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