OnePlus OnePlus: OnePlus 6T is Available to Order Now, Starting at $719.00 OnePlus 6T is Available to Order Now!

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Show off the latest and greatest from OnePlus this holiday season, because the OnePlus 6T is available to order now with free shipping!

First announced on October 29, this new flagship from OnePlus features a 6.41" AMOLED display with an in-screen fingerprint reader, dual 16MP and 20MP rear cameras, 16MP front camera in a tiny notch and more -- click here to view the complete spec sheet. There are four configurations available and we've listed each model below.

The OnePlus 6T is priced competitively compared to other flagship Android smartphones -- for comparison, the Google Pixel 3 starts at $999.00 while the Samsung Galaxy S9 starts at $959.99.

Plus, eligible students can take up to 10% off their order through the OnePlus Student Program!

Orders will ship within 24 hours and all OnePlus 6T configurations are eligible for free shipping.

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    • Camera still "sucks". No facial recognition. Not fully waterproof. No wireless charging.

      Probably production issues like all of the previous oneplus phones.
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    • They do have a face recognition, very fast but less secure than the Face ID. It is for all intents and purposes waterproof like other phones, just not certified.

      As for the issues, mind telling us about those for recent OnePlus phones?
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    • No phone is waterproof. Water resistant, yes.
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    • Love OnePlus but will wait it out because I know they will release a White 6t.
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    • Seems like a minimal upgrade over the 6 to 6T. But no one is selling a reasonably priced 6 though, so if you're impatient might just pony up the extra and cop the 6T brand new.
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    • If you don't want to jump on this one, no worries - the OnePlus 7 will be out in 6 months or less any way.
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    • wearysky wrote:
      Oct 29th, 2018 4:34 pm
      If you don't want to jump on this one, no worries - the OnePlus 7 will be out in 6 months or less any way.
      And then in one year it’s the 7t lol when oh when do we upgrade?
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    • It's launching for $549 USD which is $721 CAD with today's exchange rate. I'm impressed that the 6t is selling for $720 CAD directly since the price is usually slightly above conversion rate. You also get 128GB storage with the base model 6t, compared to pixel3 64gb base model which is a huge plus, along with 6gb ram (pixel3 = 4 gb ram). Looks pretty solid for the price!
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    • I watched a bit of the launch yesterday. I think I will probably buy one on Wednesday. My OP2 is still running fine though, so maybe not.

      Not sure what model I would want though. Does $50 seem like too much to go from the base model with 6gb to the mid-line with 8gb? Storage @ 128gb is fine, I can't even fill 1/2 of the 64gb on my OP2.
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    • Gutty96 wrote:
      Oct 30th, 2018 6:46 am
      I watched a bit of the launch yesterday. I think I will probably buy one on Wednesday. My OP2 is still running fine though, so maybe not.

      Not sure what model I would want though. Does $50 seem like too much to go from the base model with 6gb to the mid-line with 8gb? Storage @ 128gb is fine, I can't even fill 1/2 of the 64gb on my OP2.
      Pretty awesome your OnePlus 2 is working fine still

      I think the pricing point is reasonable. I could be wrong but I don't think $50 increase is horrible for more ram. I mean 6Gb is probably well enough for a phone from what I've read about. I've watched videos on the OnePlus 6 with 6gb or 8gb of RAM can't remember. But anyways the youtuber said he loved it and that he chooses it over his Pixel 2XL at the time and it was more snappier than the Pixel 2XL
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    • therealbry wrote:
      Oct 30th, 2018 9:06 am
      Pretty awesome your OnePlus 2 is working fine still

      I think the pricing point is reasonable. I could be wrong but I don't think $50 increase is horrible for more ram. I mean 6Gb is probably well enough for a phone from what I've read about. I've watched videos on the OnePlus 6 with 6gb or 8gb of RAM can't remember. But anyways the youtuber said he loved it and that he chooses it over his Pixel 2XL at the time and it was more snappier than the Pixel 2XL
      Not just fine, it still satisfies all of my phone needs. The only issue is the battery is starting to go. I need to top up the charge a couple times a day, while at my desk.
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    • Gutty96 wrote:
      Oct 30th, 2018 9:30 am
      Not just fine, it still satisfies all of my phone needs. The only issue is the battery is starting to go. I need to top up the charge a couple times a day, while at my desk.
      LOL I have to do the same thing with my spare LG G4 I use for media
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    • These phones are pretty well made. My uncle is still using a OP One and he doesn't want to upgrade because it still works really well. I had a OP X that I gave my 70yr old mother and she's still using it and works great,. She's obviously not a heavy user but she's happy with it. I recently sold my OP5 and I'll be going for the 6T, 8GB/256. I think they're well worth the money as I've only had good experiences with this brand.

      I had 1 issue with the 5 which turned out to be a hardware issue. It was still under warranty so I sent it off to the service centre in Markham and they replaced the mainboard and couriered it back to me. I had a total of 4 days downtime from the time I shipped it to receiving it again. Pretty happy with their turn around time and phone worked like new after getting it back. I'm excited about the new camera in the 6T.. I started taking more 4K videos so pumped to see they have a 256g version and the larger capacity battery this phone looks great.

      Oxygen OS also just works so well and OP releases updates all the time.. I recall security and bug fixes were pushed out like every other month. Also was one of the first manufacturers to switch from Nougat to Oreo. Overall I'm fan of their products.
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    • bringit wrote:
      Oct 30th, 2018 10:04 am
      These phones are pretty well made. My uncle is still using a OP One and he doesn't want to upgrade because it still works really well. I had a OP X that I gave my 70yr old mother and she's still using it and works great,. She's obviously not a heavy user but she's happy with it. I recently sold my OP5 and I'll be going for the 6T, 8GB/256. I think they're well worth the money as I've only had good experiences with this brand.

      I had 1 issue with the 5 which turned out to be a hardware issue. It was still under warranty so I sent it off to the service centre in Markham and they replaced the mainboard and couriered it back to me. I had a total of 4 days downtime from the time I shipped it to receiving it again. Pretty happy with their turn around time and phone worked like new after getting it back. I'm excited about the new camera in the 6T.. I started taking more 4K videos so pumped to see they have a 256g version and the larger capacity battery this phone looks great.

      Oxygen OS also just works so well and OP releases updates all the time.. I recall security and bug fixes were pushed out like every other month. Also was one of the first manufacturers to switch from Nougat to Oreo. Overall I'm fan of their products.
      I agree, I have been very impressed with OnePlus and my OP2, and have pretty much been waiting for the next version from them I want, while only briefly looking elsewhere if interested.

      I think the 6T is the one I have been waiting for. I will know Wednesday if my concision says otherwise when it asks to "confirm order"
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    • If you're coming from a OP2 .. the 6T will be a beast in comparison. It's only been 2.5 years since the 2 was released mid 2015. The camera optics and speed will be a huge improvement over what you've been using. When I went from the X to the 5 I was blown away.. I believe the X was released just before the 2.
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    • bringit wrote:
      Oct 30th, 2018 12:29 pm
      If you're coming from a OP2 .. the 6T will be a beast in comparison. It's only been 2.5 years since the 2 was released mid 2015. The camera optics and speed will be a huge improvement over what you've been using. When I went from the X to the 5 I was blown away.. I believe the X was released just before the 2.
      *3.5 years* ;)
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    • Losing the headphone jack is a little disappointing but OP6T is probably the most solid dual sim phone anyone can get these days that will work properly in NA market. I don't think we have any alternatives really.

      The screen fingerprint unlocks also appear rather slow. Might annoy some people?
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    • I like the price point for the phones and the tear drop notch desin. It's definitely on my list of phones to upgrade to (others being Mate 20, Mi Mix 3)

      Someone at work told me Android is likely going to ditch Face ID/unlock because it's not secure enough and they're going to spend more time perfecting the optical fingerprint scanning tech. So at this point in screen fingerprint unlocking is not a big deal to me.
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    • This looks like a fantastic phone for the price; I'll likely be ordering one in a couple days to finally replace my aged Nexus 6P. Google had disappointed me with one uninspired, overpriced Pixel after another since axing the Nexus line. Instead of trying to compete with Apple and Samsung, this is what they should have been going for.
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    • Cucumference wrote:
      Oct 30th, 2018 12:59 pm
      Losing the headphone jack is a little disappointing but OP6T is probably the most solid dual sim phone anyone can get these days that will work properly in NA market. I don't think we have any alternatives really.

      I remember when Samsung came out with the FPS, it was such a PITA.

      The problem is when you cannot physically see or touch the FPS it takes several attempts. I have that problemwith the Note 9 because you're trying to avoid touching the camera or it just needs to be a bit lower?


      The screen fingerprint unlocks also appear rather slow. Might annoy some people?
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