Yet again, the OnePlus 6 is the definitive flagship killer. Launching just a few months after its 5T branded counterpart, the 6 offers up some much-needed, if subtle, improvements over its predecessor.
In keeping almost the same cost as last year’s 5T (it’s only £20 more expensive) the firm has managed to plonk a 6.3in edge-to-edge AMOLED screen on the front, complete with an iPhone X-like notch. It now has Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 processor running things from the inside and has seen some improvements to its dual-camera setup on the rear – particularly when it comes to low-light photography.
It’s still a bargain, despite the slight price jump and OnePlus has created one of the most well-rounded devices on the market in 2018. It’s as fast as those flagships that’ll cost you a good £300 more, and its swish new look is excellent. Get the OnePlus 6 if you’re a little wary of forking over piles of cash for the latest and greatest. The OnePlus 6 will serve you well for the years to come.