Considerations when choosing a OnePlus model
The type of phone you want from OnePlus really depends on your usage. After all, there’s no point paying for stuff that you’re not going to use, just as there’s no point getting a phone that doesn’t fully satisfy our needs.
OnePlus is fairly straightforward to understand, as their newer models generally have higher specs and prices. For example, the first three models, the OnePlus 3, 2 and 1, have a lot in common. They run on the same operating system and the first two models have the same screen and camera. However, they have different processors: Snapdragon 820 Quad-core, 2.2GHz Adreno 530 GPU compared to Snapdragon 810 Octa-core, 1.8GHz Adreno 430 GPU and Snapdragon 801 Quad-core, 2.5GHz Adreno 33.
There is also different RAM available, from 6GB to 3GB, as well as different security types, with models 2 and 3 having fingerprint ID, while the OnePlus 1 does not. From this, you can understand why the general top OnePlus 3 price will be higher than the top OnePlus 2 price.
These are just some examples of the differences, but this should give you an indication of just how much value for money you can get when it comes to the various OnePlus models.
How Hoppy can help
Hoppy can help when it comes to comparing individual OnePlus deals. Our simple price comparison tool can also give you an idea of what different phone models are within your price range.
The things to take into account when it comes to phone deals are of course the monthly fees, as well as set up fees on top of that. It’s also important to consider certain variables such as the speed and allowance of mobile data per month, the capacity of the device, length of the contract, returns policy and the number of minutes and texts available. Hoppy takes all this information and makes it easy to understand, so you can see which deal is right for you. Hoppiness is always just a few clicks away.
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