Last week’s poll summary: Last week, we asked you to tell us which is the best Android gaming phone. The Razer Phone 2 just barely won over the Asus ROG Phone, while the Huawei Mate 20 X garnered enough votes to reach third place.
As expected, the OnePlus 6T isn’t a complete overhaul of the 6 — it’s an iterative upgrade. It boasts almost the same spec sheet as the OnePlus 6 (save for a bigger battery), while the big changes have to do with hardware.
First, there’s no rear-facing fingerprint sensor anymore. That’s been moved to the front under the display, which is proving to be a bit divisive so far. In-display fingerprint sensors are cool, but they’re slower than sensors not embedded under the display. The other big hardware change is the removal of the headphone jack. I haven’t seen a ton of people that are happy about this decision. Like it or not, it’s where the industry is headed.
We want to know: If you could choose between the OnePlus 6T or the Google Pixel 3 (or 3 XL), which would you choose? Be sure to cast your vote in the poll, and speak up in the comments if you have anything to add.
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October 29, 2018 at 12:29PM