The Chinese manufacturer's modest upgrade cycle provides a product that looks decidedly impressive in terms of price tags
We got used to getting fromOnePlus One family of smart devices that is a significant leap forward and another family of devices that are a slight refresh of the formula every year - and in 2019 it happens with theOnePlus 7T, which manages to surprise us favorably over previous years.
The OnePlus 7T offers an update to the popular manufacturer's exterior design with a 'wheel' for the new triangular photo array on the back, which is somewhat reminiscent of Huawei's new Mate 30 models - and also a Fluid screen AMOLED New elongated diagonal size of 6.53 inches, with a resolution of 2,400 × 1,080 pixels and especially with an increased refresh rate of 90 Hz which is happily becoming more and more common in advanced devices on the market.
Inside you'll find Qualcomm's enhanced Snapdragon 855 Plus, 8GB dynamic memory by default, and 128GB or 256GB storage based on the leading UFS 3.0 standard in the field (not expandable), stereo speakers, Android 10 system with 10 system A fingerprint scanner built in under the screen, chip NFC built-in, 802.11ac dual-channel Wi-Fi connectivity, receiver GPS Dual channel and 3,800mAh built-in channels are slightly enlarged with enhanced 30T Warp Charge charging.
OnePlus 7 Pro (right) front OnePlus 7T - without a pop-up selfie camera, but with a triangular main photo array in an updated design
The battery of theOnePlus The 7T will have to deal with both an enlarged screen and a 50 percent increased refresh rate of 90 Hz (assuming the user does not choose to return to an 'old' and ready refresh rate of 60 Hz), so this will be no small challenge - but charging the Warp Charge The improved 30T promises to return 70 percent of capacity in just half an hour, and should help a lot in the task.
Photo set onOnePlus 7T includes a main 48 megapixel camera from home Sony With an optical image stabilization array, the 12 Megapixel for close-up and the 16 Megapixel for wide-angle photography, as is the case with most modern smart devices. The selfie camera remains the same with the 16 megapixel resolution, supportingHDR And support for electronic image stabilization mechanism.
The new smartphone will be offered in blue or black with a back in a convex Gorilla Glass cladding with a matte finish, and at a starting recommended price of 38,000 rupees in India (about $ 537 in direct conversion) and $ 600 in the United States - more expensive than theOnePlus 7 and also theOnePlus 6T as we have already become accustomed to from the company, although in this case justification can be found for the extra cost.
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