OnePlus 7T

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Review for OnePlus 7T

OnePlus has recently unveiled an upgraded version of it’s popular OnePlus 7 lineup phones called the OnePlus 7T. Although it sounds like a standard upgrade with a T added to the name, it’s actually packing a lot of great features and is also cheaper than the OnePlus 7 Pro. To learn more about this phone and the OnePlus 7T India price, continue reading.

6.55-inch Fluid AMOLED Display

Samsung phones are really popular for offering bright and vivid displays that can put any other phone’s display to shame. However, where the OnePlus 7T shines is it’s 90Hz refresh rate that makes everything looks quite fast and smooth. It’s a big 6.55-inch Fluid AMOLED display showing 2400 x 1080 pixels OnePlus 7T release date Indiaresolution, 20:9 aspect ratio and 402ppi of pixel density. While a 1080p resolution sounds unimpressive, if you can think about frame rates while playing games and how bright the display is under daylight, it’s not really a deal breaker. Users get Gorilla Glass on both front and back side of the phone with aluminum frame. While the front side looks quite similar to the OnePlus 7, the back side is quite different because of the placements of the camera which is somewhat similar to the Huawei Mate 30 Pro. This phone can be found in two attractive colors right after the OnePlus 7T release date India: Glacier Blue and Frosted Silver.

Triple Rear Camera Setup

OnePlus phones are not usually known for cameras that can compete with the likes of iPhone 11 or Samsung Galaxy Note 10. However, the OnePlus 7T has a lot to offer as it comes with a triple camera setup on the back: one 48-megapixel 26mm wide sensor with f/1.6 aperture, one 12-megapixel 51mm telephoto lens with f/2.2 aperture and one 16-megapixel 17mm ultrawide sensor with f/2.2 aperture. According to OnePlus, this camera comes with improved video stabilization and better night shot. It is also capable of recording 720p videos at 960fps. Considering the OnePlus 7T India price, the camera department definitely has a lot to offer. We will be able to find out more about the camera performance after the official OnePlus 7T release date India.OnePlus 7T India Price

3800mAh Li-Po Non-removable Battery

As usual, OnePlus 7T is packing the latest processor available in the market just like any other high-end phone, the Qualcomm SDM855 Snapdragon 855+ 7nm octa-core processor. It’s also the first phone to officially pack Android 10 right out of the box. This processor combined with 8GB of RAM, 90Hz refresh rate and UFS 3.0 gives the user a solid, silky smooth performance. While the battery life took a slight hit compared to the OnePlus 7 Pro and is a 3800mAh one, it does support fast battery charging 30W which means 70% charge in just 30 minutes. Some of the other noteworthy features are: Bluetooth 5.0, NFC, USB 3.1, Type-C 1.0 port, fingerprint sensor under display, stereo speakers and two storage options to choose from: 128GB and 256GB.

OnePlus 7T India Price

One of the best things about the OnePlus 7T is definitely it’s price. It’s not as expensive as the OnePlus 7 Pro and the starting price will be around ₹ 38700 . As for the OnePlus 7T release date India, it’s already available in the market in some places but will be officially available sometimes in October, 2019.

Things we loved about the OnePlus 7T:

  • Same fluid display with 90Hz refresh rate at an even more affordable price
  • Great triple camera setup with improved video stabilization
  • Warp Charge technology for super fast charging with 30W fast charging support

Things we didn’t like about this phone:

  • No 3.5mm headphone jack port
  • Doesn’t support wireless charging
  • Camera is still not good enough to compete with high-end phones