The OnePlus 7T is official and ships with Android 10. You may not need the 7 Pro


OnePlus recently released their latest phone the OnePlus 7T and like the rest of the ‘T’ models that have come before, this brings incremental specifications to the OnePlus 7. The specifications it has are almost entirely similar to the OnePlus 7 Pro, a first of it’s kind OnePlus made to showcase the best they could achieve mainly with a large screen-to-body ratio. The OnePlus 7T inherits the waterdrop notch from the OnePlus 7 but visibly smaller along with the reduced chin, all to boost a bigger screen in a smaller form factor than the OnePlus 7.

OnePlus 7T Display
OnePlus 7T Display (Credits: Marques Brownlee)

On the back the OnePlus 7T features three camera modules aligned horizontally placed in a circular holder unlike the vertical alignment in the 7 and 7 Pro. The camera sensors are same as what the 7 Pro packs. A 48 mega-pixel f/1.6 wide sensor with Optical Image Stabilization, a 12 mega-pixel f/2.2 telephoto lens with 2x optical zoom and a 16 mega-pixel f/2.2 ultrawide lens. The front camera is a 16 mega-pixel f/2.0 wide sensor.

OnePlus 7T Display
OnePlus 7T (Left) and OnePlus 7 Pro (Credits: Marques Brownlee)

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The OnePlus 7T also bring a high screen refresh rate of 90Hz higher than majority of phones that boost UI responsiveness similar to the 7 Pro. The phone is powered by the latest Octa-core Snapdragon 855+ with 8GB of RAM and comes in two storage configurations, the 128GB and 256GB models that also feature fast UFS3.0 fast storage.

The phone features a 3800 mAh battery with support for fast charging with a 30 Watt charger courtesy of Warp Charge 30T. The OnePlus 7T is priced at USD 599 a price bracket that falls between the OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro.