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OnePlus 7T is Out Now And Here Is the Complete Specifications and Review Of The Smartphone

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OnePlus usually launches a fresh model when there’s a sense of huge market shifts in terms of features or design. This approach has helped the company stay ahead of the curve. But, it has been just over four months since the launch of the OnePlus 7, and we already have the OnePlus 7T hitting the stores. What’s unusual is that the OnePlus 7T isn’t just a minor refresh with a new Snapdragon 855+ processor – it also picks up many of the features that set the more premium OnePlus 7 Pro apart from the OnePlus 7, including a 90Hz display and a third rear camera. Because of it, the OnePlus 7 felt a little underwhelming compared to its more premium sibling who got better features as well as a whole new design. The OnePlus 7 was still relatively affordable and powerful, but it felt like a reheated OnePlus 6T and has recently had to compete with the likes of the Redmi K20 Pro ₹ 27,540 and Asus 6Z.

Now, the OnePlus 7T ₹ 37,999 bridges that gap after just four and a half months, bringing many of the OnePlus 7 Pro’s features to a lower price point. Thus, it is a rapid cycle even by this company’s standards, and what’s more interesting, the OnePlus 7T arrives alone. Here are its complete specifications.

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OnePlus 7T uses Qualcomm’s renewed Snapdragon 855+ processor, which has a slightly faster 2.96GHz high-performance Kryo 485 CPU core than the Snapdragon 855. Qualcomm claims 15% better GPU performance because of higher clocked Adreno 640 integrated GPU.


OnePlus 7T has stuck with a waterdrop notch, but the borders around the screen are pretty thin, and the front screen gets the protection of Corning Gorilla Glass. The earpiece grill is the same as in OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro. While the OnePlus 7 looks similar to its predecessors from the front, the rear side of the smartphone has a whole different design. It has a huge Circular Camera Bump with Three cameras in Horizontal Row Pattern and a Led Flash beneath it. The material used in the rear of OnePlus 7T is matte-textured glass, and there are two colour variants, Glacier Blue and Frosted Silver are available in the market. The OnePlus 7T is weighted 190g and is 8.12mm thick, and that makes is a somewhat bulky smartphone. It has a power button and an alert slider on the right side and the volume rockers on the left side. As we know, OnePlus has already removed a 3.5mm headphone jack in previous launchings, so there isn’t one here too.


OnePlus 7T uses 8GB RAM as standard across variants. The only things to choose is whether you have to go for 128GB variant or 256 GB. The two variants priced at Rs. 37,999 and Rs. 39,999 respectively. OnePlus continues not to support an external microSD card and with just double storage in extra Rs. 2000 makes it less of a problem.

Interestingly, this device’s USB Type-C port supports USB 3.1 Gen1 (5Gbps) transfers, but the cable we get as a box content can only handle USB 2.0. The display is slightly taller, with a 20:9 aspect ratio and 1080×2400 resolution. It has a 90Hz refresh rate and HDR10+ as well. OnePlus claims that this screen supports the sRGB and P3 colour gamuts, but it is still unclear to what extent.
Battery capacity has slightly gone up to 3800mAh. Additionally, it has a brand new Wrap Charger 30T which OnePlus claim to be quicker than Warp Charge 30. The charger is touted to charge the phone from zero to 70 & in just 30 minutes, 23% faster than the previous one. OnePlus 7T is one of the first smartphones in the market with Android 10. Rather than using stock android, it uses OnePuls’ custom OxygenOS 10 UI. Apart from that, it has a Bluetooth 5 with aptX HD; dual-band Wi-Fi 802.11ac and GPS; LDAC; NFC. OnePlus also claims to introduce improved haptic vibration motor and in-display fingerprint sensors.

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The new camera setup on the rear is one of the main attractions. The rear camera panel has a Triple Camera setup. The primary camera is a 48-megapixel with wide f/1.6 aperture. The second one has a 117-degree wide field of view and a 16-megapixel resolution. The third one has a 2x telephoto lens for optical zoom, and an f/2.2 aperture. Apart from the rear camera setup, the front-facing camera is 16 megapixel.
OnePlus has delivered a substantial update to the OnePlus 7, but this is the model that should have launched four months before. Anyone who has bought a OnePlus 7 recently is going feel a bit annoyed. If you’ve been holding on to an older model and want an upgrade, OnePlus 7T is a good option.

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