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Despite its limited product portfolio, OnePlus has managed to make a mark on the smartphone industry. The Chinese company launched with the OnePlus One (Review) in 2014 and earned positive reactions from users worldwide. The OnePlus 2, launched in 2015, wasn’t received as well because of software bugs and fingerprint sensor issues, which we pointed in our review. Then, the more affordable OnePlus X launched last year but wasn’t able to impress us as well. Most recently, the OnePlus 3 was launched earlier this year, and set a new benchmark in terms of performance, design, and camera for smartphones at its price level.

The company’s flagship OnePlus 3 (Review) has now received a mid-cycle upgrade in the form of the OnePlus 3T which brings some interesting updates. Despite looking exactly like the original, this new model has a faster processor, a higher resolution front camera, a higher capacity battery, and more inbuilt storage. The OnePlus 3T also comes in an all-new Gunmetal colour.

At the India launch of the OnePlus 3T, Vikas Agarwal, General Manager, OnePlus India confirmed to Gadgets 360 that the company will continue to sell the OnePlus 3, though ultimately focus will move to the upgraded OnePlus 3T. We had chance to get a look at the all-new OnePlus 3T for a short amount of time, and here are our initial impressions.

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