The OnePlus3, which is the company's third flagship phone and fourth handset altogether, is one of our favorite phone of the year.
For one thing, it's a great looking device.
Originally launched in silver, a gold variant is now available.
Known as soft gold, the new look takes on a paler, more subtle shape, instead of an actual braze and yellowy gold.
Aside from the different paint job, however, the phone remains the same.
The OnePlus 3 costs just $400 unlocked and is equipped with premium hardware.
This includes a Snapdragon 820 Processor, a fast-charging 3-ampihour battery, and a Swiss 16 megapixel camera On the bottom of it's 5.5 inch display, you'll also find a fingerprint reader and a USB type cee port.
For more info on the handset including photos and our official first pick video, check out our full one plus 3 review on cnet.com
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