The OnePlus 3T comes as an upgraded variant of the highly acclaimed OnePlus 3. As such, it brings more than just a new Gunmetal color option. The 3T is packed with a 13% larger battery, a slightly faster processor, a higher-resolution front-facing camera, a 128GB storage variant, and 6GB of RAM as standard. While the main camera remains largely unchanged, it now has a sapphire glass cover and improved video recording capabilities. As expected, the OnePlus 3T runs the Android-based OxygenOS interface, which builds on top of stock Android by adding features like Night Mode and UI theme support. The OnePlus 3T starts at a very competitive $439 in the US.
The HTC 10 is more than just the company’s flagship smartphone for 2016. It is what will hopefully bring HTC back on its feet after years of losing precious market share. Knowing this, HTC has done its best to make the 10 as awesome as possible. The phone has the looks and specs to impress, while the software, based on Android 6.0, promises a smooth, fun user experience. Furthermore, the HTC 10 and its reinvented UltraPixel camera hope to wow us with its images and videos. Alas, the front-facing stereo speakers have been dropped, but instead, we’re given dedicated woofer and tweeter, powered by individual amplifiers.