OnePlus is finally launching its 2017 flagship — the OnePlus 5 Tuesday 12 p.m. EDT. The new device is expected to be different from its earlier versions —it is expected to be priced a little higher and compete with high-end flagships such as the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the upcoming Apple iPhone 8.

The device is believed to be equipped with the 10nm technology-based Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, along with a dual-camera in an iPhone 7-esque form factor as shown by the company’s official teasers.

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OnePlus is known for its affordable yet feature-rich devices such as the OnePlus 3T which was priced at $439 for the 64GB variant. The device was launched just five months after the company’s 2016 flagship and was well-equipped with battery, processor and camera improvements.

While the OnePlus 5 is expected to launch at a price of $550, the OnePlus 3T is expected to take a price cut following the launch, which might be a good deal for the customers.

If you are considering buying a OnePlus device or are looking for a mid-range value for money device, here’s a comparison between the two, which might help you make your decision:

Display: The OnePlus 5 is expected to come with a 5.5-inch full HD display, just like the OnePlus 3T. But OnePlus 5’s display is expected to be bezel-less, which will give users access to more surface area on the display, consequently making it feel bigger. The display protection standard will also get an upgrade — while the OnePlus 3T had Corning Gorilla Glass 4 protection, the OnePlus 5 is expected to have Corning Gorilla Glass 5 which is harder and stronger and is expected to survive drops of up to 1.6 meters.

Processor: The processor might be the biggest differentiator between the devices. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 835, rumored for the OnePlus 5, is based on 10nm processor technology unlike the OnePlus 3T’s Snapdragon 821, which was based on 14nm processor technology. The 835 packs in more transistors using the same surface area as the 821, which makes it more performance-efficient, as it will require less battery and have more output in terms of processing power.

Operating system: According to what we know currently, both the OnePlus 5 and OnePlus 3T have Android 7.1.1 based Oxygen ROM.  Both devices are expected to receive the upcoming Android O update, unless OnePlus makes any special announcements Tuesday, regarding the OnePlus 5’s software-based features.

Camera:  While the OnePlus 3T came with a 16-megapixel rear cam along with a 16-megapixel front cam, the OnePlus 5 is expected to come with a dual front camera setup comprising of a 16-megapixel camera and a 20-megapixel camera, while front cam is expected to be downgraded to 8-megapixel.

The OnePlus 5’s camera is expected to perform better than OnePlus 3T, providing more depth of field and better focus. 

RAM: The OnePlus 5 is expected to come in two variants — one with a 6GB RAM and the other with an 8GB RAM, which might make it more powerful than the OnePlus 3T, which came with a 6GB RAM.

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Battery: There are two possibilities regarding the OnePlus 5’s battery – the company might go for a bigger 4,000 mAh battery in comparison to the OnePlus 3T’s 3,400 mAh one or retain the same one. But the OnePlus 5’s form factor, as showcased in official teasers, isn’t indicative of a larger battery.

Based on rumored features, the OnePlus 5 does seem like a worthy upgrade from the OnePlus 3T, however, if the OnePlus 3T undergoes a price-cut, it would be a more value for money device.