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The best OnePlus deals for November 2020: Smartphones and accessories

In the wide and competitive world of Android smartphones, OnePlus is a name that flies well under the radar of most people. But if you’re in the market for a new Android handset — and more specifically, if you’re shopping around for smartphone deals and one of these high-value “flagship alternatives” has caught your attention — then it’s a mistake to overlook this brand.

OnePlus has really come into its own in recent years, expanding its stable with excellent new releases like the OnePlus 8 Pro that give premium flagships like the Samsung Galaxy S20 a serious run for their money. Yet whatever your budget may be, there’s probably a OnePlus smartphone that’s a good fit for your needs and lifestyle, and to help you find it, we’ve got the best OnePlus deals on phones (along with some accessories) that you can find online right now.

Today’s Best OnePlus Deals

They look like AirPods at first glance, but the OnePlus Buds true wireless earbuds ring in at just a fraction of the price of their Apple counterparts. more
With OnePlus' Warp charging technology that can give you 10 hours of listening time after a 10-minute juice-up, the Bullets Wireless Z earbuds are a great (and cheap) companion to your OnePlus phone. more
With a Warp 30 car charger that can juice your phone to 50% in 20 minutes and a Type-C OTG cable that lets you pair your phone with USB devices, this travel bundle has everything needed for the road. more

What is the latest OnePlus smartphone?

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Not unlike other smartphone makers, OnePlus releases new devices pretty regularly, typically with a few different models rolling out each year. For 2020, we saw the OnePlus 8, OnePlus 8 Pro, and OnePlus 8T — what could be considered the “flagships” of the lineup. Of the three, our strong favorites are the well-rounded OnePlus 8 and the premium OnePlus 8 Pro, with the OnePlus 8T representing a pretty good middle option that is priced between those two.

The high-end OnePlus 8 Pro is clearly the best of the bunch with a stunning 6.78-inch AMOLED 120Hz display, fast wireless charging, and an excellent camera setup. Its $900 MSRP makes it the brand’s most expensive device yet, though, so it behooves shoppers to take advantage of any OnePlus deals they can find on this high-end phone.

Should you buy a OnePlus smartphone?

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The short answer is that if you’re looking for a high-value Android smartphone with premium flagship specs, then yes, you should absolutely keep your eyes peeled for OnePlus deals as you shop around. With new phones from brands like Samsung and Apple coming in at $1,000 or more, OnePlus phones compare favorably to flagships and punch well above their weight when it comes to price versus performance.

To make a few comparisons: The OnePlus 8 Pro retails for $900 (and you can find it for less than that with the above OnePlus deals) yet boasts one of the best AMOLED 120Hz phone displays on the market, a whopping 8GB-12GB of RAM, and an octa-core Snapdragon 865 chipset that delivers a super-smooth performance and easily puts it on par with more expensive flagship devices. The OnePlus 8 Pro also packs a superb camera module, 5G connectivity, lightning fast wireless charging, and an IP-rated waster resistance — in other words, pretty much all the bells and whistles you’d get with premium (and more costly) phones like the iPhone 12 or Samsung Galaxy S20.

If you want to stretch your dollar even further, then you should definitely consider some of the 2019 releases like the OnePlus 7, OnePlus 7T, OnePlus 7T Pro, and OnePlus 7 Pro. These models are more than capable of delivering a fantastic Android experience and are even better value in 2020 considering that you can now get them for less than $500 (or even $400) if you know where to find the best OnePlus deals floating around online. The OnePlus 7 stable also compares very favorably with last-gen flagships like the iPhone XS and Samsung Galaxy S10 series, while being quite a bit cheaper.

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