In the last few years, a few smartphone companies have forced us to question paying US$650 or more for a brand name flagship. When you can get a high-end, premium handset for hundreds of dollars less, at what point are you just paying for the brand recognition or (even sillier) social status that comes from an iPhone or Galaxy? Leading this charge has been OnePlus, with its new OnePlus 3 flagship. While not quite the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge's peer, it comes very close for a lot less. Let's compare their features and specs.