Amidst a loyal fan base and a lot of hype, OnePlus finally launched its third flagship phone, the OnePlus 3. Equipped with high-end hardware and a $399 price tag (£309 or approximately AU$541), this is the best budget Android phone available
The 16-megapixel camera (which bulges out a bit from the handset's surface) has automatic High Dynamic Range shooting, HD Mode and records 4K video. It also has a manual mode and you can save photos as uncompressed raw files.
The OnePlus 3's 3,000mAh non-removable battery charges through a USB Type-C port. It also has Dash Charging, trademarked by OnePlus, which means it charges quickly without overheating. When I tested it out, the phone shot up from 0 to 65 percent after 30 minutes.
Unlike previous launches, you won't have to frustratingly wait for an invite to get your hands on the phone. Instead, the company is releasing it to the masses right at launch on its site. For more information, read CNET's full review of the OnePlus 3.