OnePlus 6T vs Galaxy S9+: What You Need to Know is a post by Cory Gunther from Gotta Be Mobile.

When it comes to choosing your next smartphone there are plenty of choices in 2018. And with the new OnePlus 6T here your decision is even more difficult. Here’s how the latest OnePlus 6T compares to the Galaxy S9+ for potential buyers.

If you’re hunting for your next phone the Galaxy S9+ or Pixel 3 are likely near the top of your list. They’re also really expensive. That’s why the OnePlus 6T is such an exciting alternative.

Read: Pixel 3 XL vs OnePlus 6T: What to Expect

Coming with a big 6.4-inch display, in-display fingerprint sensor and the latest Android 9 Pie all for $549 is a big deal. Instantly making this a great option for potential buyers, especially now that its available from T-Mobile and works on Verizon. If you’re debating the two, you’ve come to the right place.

A big part of your buying decision will be what you need and how much you can afford. That’s also what makes OnePlus phones popular. They’re typically a no-compromises smartphone with all the bells and whistles for less money than the competition. This year though, it has more than most of the competition, yet still costs less. That said, you’ll still have to decide if some of the extra Galaxy S9+ features are worth the extra cash. Some of them are really important too, like water-resistance and wireless charging.

The Galaxy S9+ went on sale back in March, so most buyers have a good idea of what to expect already. Not to mention it’s nearly identical to the Galaxy S8+ from last year. The OnePlus 6T is brand new and we only have a small idea of what to expect from it.

Both of these phones have huge screens, tons of power, plenty of storage, and more than one camera on the back. Not only does the OnePlus 6T match devices like the S9+ or Galaxy Note 9 across the board, but it beats them in some key areas. There are pros and cons to each, and you’ll have to decide which ones are more important to you.

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OnePlus 6T vs Galaxy S9+: What You Need to Know is a post by Cory Gunther from Gotta Be Mobile.