So after a lot of leaks and teasers, the OnePlus 7T is officially here. This is sort of a specs upgrade version of OnePlus 7 that was launched back in May this year. This time we got upgrades in terms of camera, chipset, and a few other things. Sadly the OnePlus 7T Pro is not here. Now without further ado, let’s see what the OnePlus 7T brings in.
Design & Display:
Starting with the design, this is exactly same as OnePlus 7. The waterdrop notch is present here but that’s slightly smaller now. The back has the same glass material covered with Gorilla Glass 6, but the camera module is changed this time. It’s now a circular ring carrying all the cameras within. This ring is the only difference from both OnePlus 7 & 7T from outside. It sports a 6.55 inch Fluid AMOLED display with Full HD+ (2400×1080) resolution and 402 pixel density (ppi). This is a HDR10 display with DCI-P3 gamut of 100%. The refresh rate is increased to 90hz from 60hz of OnePlus 7, the biggest upgrade in display. Lastly this display is covered by Gorilla Glass 6.
Moving to the performance, this phone comes with new Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 Plus octa core chipset clocked at 2.96Ghz and is built on 7nm process. The GPU is the boosted version of Adreno 640. It has 8GB of RAM as base variant, and 128/256GB of UFS 3.0 storage options. It runs on Android Pie out of the box with OxygenOS on top. The Android 10 is available via Open Beta, which will roll-out as stable very soon. It packs in a 3800mAh battery with new Warp Charge 30T fast charging. This new charging tech will charge the device 23% faster than OnePlus 7 Pro.
Talking about the camera, this OnePlus 7T now gets a third camera at the back as well. The primary is same 48MP Sony IMX586 lens with f1.6 aperture, 0.8μm pixel size, OIS, EIS, and PDAF. Secondary is 16MP ultra wide lens with f2.2 aperture. Now the third one is 12MP Telephoto lens with 2x optical zoom, f2.2 aperture, and PDAF. The nightscape is available here for wide angle lens as well. It can record videos up to 4k at 60fps and slow motion up to 960fps at 720p. At front there’s 16MP lens with f2.0 aperture, 1.0μm pixel size, and EIS.
It has stereo speakers with support of Dolby Atmos sound. The fingerprint sensor is situated under the display as last two generations. For connectivity, there’s dual 4G VoLTE, dual band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.0, NFC, GPS, aptX HD, and Type-C port. It comes with Frosted Silver and Glacier Blue colour options. It weighs at 190 grams and is 8.1mm thin.
Pricing & Availability:
- OnePlus 7T (8+128GB) – ₹37,999
- OnePlus 7T (8+256GB) – ₹39,999
- It will be available from September 28th via Amazon, OnePlus.In and OnePlus Experience Stores.
So that’s all the information we have as of now. Personally I do feel that it’s sort of non-fair for OnePlus 7 Pro users because for a price gap of ₹11,000 all they are going to get is Quad HD+ panel, Full-Screen Display, and Pop-up camera. But comparing it with OnePlus 7 it’s a nice upgrade, especially the 90hz refresh rate and third telephoto lens. What are your thoughts on OnePlus 7T? Let us know in the comment section below. Also, stay tuned with us for more information.