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OnePlus 6T - 6GB/128GB UK SIM-Free - Mirror Black (2 Year Manufacturer Warranty) £339 @ Amazon UK
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OnePlus 6T - 6GB/128GB UK SIM-Free - Mirror Black (2 Year Manufacturer Warranty) £339 @ Amazon UK

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Posted 27th Nov 2019

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Edit1: now £339
  • Screen Unlock – In-screen Fingerprint sensor
  • Display Type: 6.41-inch Optic AMOLED, 2340 x 1080 resolution, 402 pixels per inch, 19.5:9 aspect ratio
  • Camera resolution: 20 megapixel dual main camera and 16 megapixel front camera
  • Memory capacity: 128 GB of internal memory; Memory: 6 GB of RAM
  • Fast charge – a day’s power in half an hour
  • SIM card & operating system: Sim card type: Dual nano-SIM, Operating system: Oxygen OS based on Android 9.0 Pie
  • Scope of delivery: OnePlus 6T, Screen Protector (pre-applied), Translucent Phone case, USB Type-C to 3.5mm Adapter, OnePlus Fast Charge Type C cable, OnePlus Fast Charge Power Adapter, SIM Tray Ejector, Quick Start guide, Safety information
  • Comes with 2 year manufacturer warranty

OnePlus 6T - 6GB/128GB UK SIM-Free - Mirror Black (2 Year Manufacturer Warranty) £349 @ Amazon UK
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xavierluther27/11/2019 00:38

Better value but this is another league



for more than double the price, I beg to differ, both SD845 both medicore cameras
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hard bargain when the poco f1 was £164 moments ago!

yoyo5927/11/2019 00:29

hard bargain when the poco f1 was £164 moments ago!:)


Better value but this is another league
xavierluther27/11/2019 00:38

Better value but this is another league



for more than double the price, I beg to differ, both SD845 both medicore cameras
yoyo5927/11/2019 00:43

for more than double the price, I beg to differ, both SD845 both medicore …for more than double the price, I beg to differ, both SD845 both medicore cameras


One is a premium phone, the other a mid-ranger

It makes all the difference, 1+ will last you 4 years, normally better investment long-term

...but Poco new for £164 is unbeatable value, not a luxury phone though
Edited by: "xavierluther" 27th Nov 2019
xavierluther27/11/2019 00:51

One is a premium phone, the other a mid-rangerIt makes all the difference, …One is a premium phone, the other a mid-rangerIt makes all the difference, 1+ will last you 4 years, normally better investment long-term...but Poco new for £164 is unbeatable value, not a luxury phone though


hmmm I dont really see it but each to their own

the rate 1+ release phones this just keeps falling down into the pile

Id say this for £279 would be worth looking at but at £350 just seems too rich for 6t when 8 is around the corner
Edited by: "yoyo59" 27th Nov 2019
Didn't vote hot but it's quality phone, maybe you can get 7 for not much more soon

...but that's the thing about quality phones, they're not cheap for a reason, they're worth every penny
Edited by: "xavierluther" 27th Nov 2019
This price may have been good before the 7's release for a phone released over a year ago.
I have settled that I want to upgrade to OnePlus 7 pro. Love the infinity screen & 90hz display and how snappy the phone is. I’m upgrading from iPhone 6s that I have run for 4 years now. I want to leave the Apple ecosystem, mainly because servicing the phone outside of Apple is becoming increasingly difficult. I carry out all my own battery and component replacements. Apple have made many moves with their products to integrate planned obsolescence. Slowing down of phones and not allowing replacement buttons purchased outside of Apple to use Touch ID, revised plans for iPhone iOS support to be reduced. Opting to use glass vs plastic on the back of phones to make customers pay for replacement. Are all just disgusting attempts to make their consumers upgrade. Apple are at the pinnacle of this, with other companies not so far behind.
Edited by: "louiearch9309" 27th Nov 2019
Good price, I purchased the Thunder Purple for my wife yesterday at £399.
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I have 1+6 since launch its 8gb & 128gb
I bought mi9 2 weeks ago and on paper its like downgrade apart from processor my 1+6 has everything better. I just want wireless charging hence the change
Is this a good deal considering the 7T is selling for £375 at eglobal?
The-General27/11/2019 10:35

Good price, I purchased the Thunder Purple for my wife yesterday at £399.


Thats the 8GB ram model. I've just bought the 6GB today and I will return the 8GB version.
Lounds27/11/2019 14:06

Thats the 8GB ram model. I've just bought the 6GB today and I will return …Thats the 8GB ram model. I've just bought the 6GB today and I will return the 8GB version.


My bad, did not notice that!

Why you downgrading to the 6GB?
The-General27/11/2019 14:34

My bad, did not notice that! Why you downgrading to the 6GB?


Because I have a OnePlus 3 and it's not slow with 6GB of RAM and a Snapdragon 820, I mainly want an updated OnePlus with a better camera than I've currently got, which the camera on the op3 is just so slow at auto focusing, sometimes not focusing at all.
louiearch930927/11/2019 10:20

I have settled that I want to upgrade to OnePlus 7 pro. Love the infinity …I have settled that I want to upgrade to OnePlus 7 pro. Love the infinity screen & 90hz display and how snappy the phone is. I’m upgrading from iPhone 6s that I have run for 4 years now. I want to leave the Apple ecosystem, mainly because servicing the phone outside of Apple is becoming increasingly difficult. I carry out all my own battery and component replacements. Apple have made many moves with their products to integrate planned obsolescence. Slowing down of phones and not allowing replacement buttons purchased outside of Apple to use Touch ID, revised plans for iPhone iOS support to be reduced. Opting to use glass vs plastic on the back of phones to make customers pay for replacement. Are all just disgusting attempts to make their consumers upgrade. Apple are at the pinnacle of this, with other companies not so far behind.


One Plus 7 Pro gets 4/10 for repairability.
Battery replacement looks harder than an iPhone 6S and not sure the fingerprint sensor would work accurately though the glass after a teardown but agree with your sentiments.
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Edited by: "tightar5e" 27th Nov 2019
This or the Samsung Galaxy A70?
its now 339
yoyo5927/11/2019 22:06

its now 339


Correct. I bought late and went down.
Amazon have changed policies not to change prices or credit.
Cancelled order and reordered cheaper.
Also asked who warranty is with still is will Oneplus.
Perfect
OP devices are very expensive these days.
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