Being told to never settle is a tall order in 2016, but OnePlus has spent the last three years proving that you don’t need to break the bank to expect more. Just four months after the release of the OnePlus 3, the company decided that it could up the ante yet again for the holidays, and now it’s time for our full review.

What do you call a beautiful phone that’s running all the latest and greatest hardware that can power Android? We mostly know these as flagships, but in the case of OnePlus, this is more of a rebellion than anything. The company prides itself in launching Flagship Killers, using the price tag as its main go-to-market strategy, and so far that has worked. This is actually the first time that I actively test a OnePlus unit, and let’s just say that the 3T has me very impressed.

Watch our full review to learn more.

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