OnePlus 6T (128GB) Price SLASHED (Now Just $349…)
The OnePlus 6T has had its price SLASHED. If you’re on T-Mobile, or you want to be on T-Mobile, you can pick up the phone for just $349
About 10 minutes ago, if you asked me what the best value Android phone was I’d have said the Google Pixel 3a. Hands down. But then I saw this offer from OnePlus, and my jaw kinda hit the floor…
Basically, if you’re with T-Mobile already, or you don’t mind switching over to T-Mobile, you can now pick up the OnePlus 6T for a snip at just $349. And this is the 128GB model too, so it’s got plenty of storage.
Inside the box, if you order the OnePlus 6T, you’ll get a Fast Charge Type C Cable, a OnePlus Type C to 3.5mm jack converter, and, of course, a shiny new OnePlus 6T phone (in Mirror Black, my favorite color as it happens).
The OnePlus 6T is not the latest model from OnePlus, it’s actually 2018’s flagship phone; the latest is the OnePlus 7T and it is current dominating our Best Android Phone Guide. But the 6T no slouch in any department, packing a brilliant dual-lens camera, a gorgeous 6.4in OLED display, 8GB of RAM, and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 CPU.
OnePlus 6T Specifications:
- Dimensions: 157.5 x 74.8 x 8.2 mm.
- Weight: 185 grams.
- Screen: 6.41-inch, 19.5:9, Optic AMOLED, 2,340 x 1,080.
- CPU: Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 (octa-core, 1nm, 2.8GHz)
- GPU: Adreno 630.
- RAM: 8GB.
- Storage: 128GB.
- Rear cameras: 16MP (OIS, EIS, f/1.7) / 20MP (f/1.7)
Compared to the Pixel 3a, currently our #1 pick for value for money, the OnePlus 6T is monstrous – it’s a proper flagship phone with all the trimmings, whereas with the Pixel 3a corners have been cut with respect to storage, memory, and processing power.
Right now, I don’t see any deals on the market as good as this one, so if you’re after a seriously good phone for a seriously small amount of money, then I’d be biting OnePlus’ hand off right now – $349 for a phone of this caliber represents outstanding value for money.
I’m actually quite tempted myself!
Richard Goodwin has been working as a tech journalist for over 10 years. He is the editor and owner of KnowYourMobile.