The OnePlus 6T has been out for almost half a year now and as expected is the company's best phone yet. The device has kept everything that worked about the OnePlus 6 and improved on the issues.
While the phone is definitely an incremental improvement on the company's previous release, not much has changed. OnePlus has kept a similar design, the same processor, similar resolutions and offers the exact same two colours. So far, so samey.
However, the OnePlus 6T also throws in a bunch of new features to warrant the raised price tag. The phone comes with a beefed up 3700mAh battery, an on-screen fingerprint scanner and a higher resolution camera.
Check out our interactive price comparison to find your perfect OnePlus 6T deal - ranging from massive data needs to the lowest price. If you want the handset on its own, without committing to a contract, we've got the best price and where to find that as well. And not to mention OnePlus has recently released its Mclaren 6T edition which means prices should be dropping here.
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Unlocked OnePlus 6T SIM-free deals
The OnePlus 6T is available SIM-free via Amazon, with prices starting at £499 for the 128GB/6GB configuration. If that's not quite enough storage for you and you're willing to spend a bit more, maybe the £579 256GB/8GB variant is more up your street.
If you have that kind of cash sitting around, it's well worth trying to figure out the best SIM only deals for your needs, as you could end up saving a packet overall. They start from under five pounds per month and give much more flexibility than getting locked into a contract.
The 6T is an all-round great phone and one of the cheapest 2018 flagship phones on the market. If you are looking for a great phone that won't break the bank this could be it.
While it is a lot cheaper than other top phones there are a few features you will be missing out on. There is no 3.55m headphone jack, no wireless charging and a lack of water proofing. It very clearly makes up for these flaws with a great display, a high-end feel and a camera far above its price range.
It's possible to criticise the lack of expandable storage, but with in-built storage that goes up to 256GB, storage isn't something you'll be worrying about. It's worth noting that it doesn't have an official IP rating or a microSD card slot, but otherwise this looks to be a great flagship phone for a great price.
Read TechRadar's full OnePlus 6T review here