So, the OnePlus 5T is here and we bid it welcome to the world of 18:9 flagships. It packs all the cutting-edge hardware you’d expect and still maintains a rather affordable starting price — especially when we consider the competition — at $499.
But one can argue that the 5T is walking a path that has already been beaten by other outstanding handsets this year — the Galaxy S8+, the LG V30 come to mind when looking at its new all-screen front.
LG has had a shaky track record with its phones over the past couple of years. But the V30 seems to be a really, really …