The slightly updated model from the popular Chinese manufacturer will arrive without the reinforcement of a more advanced and prestigious brother, but will continue the trend of continuous price increases in the company's products that have accompanied us since 2014.
OnePlus has accustomed us to a fairly effective business approach that provides continuity to its international growth aspirations - new leading models come to us during the first half of each civil year, and their slight updates land towards the end of the year after a few months hiatus. OnePlus Launched less than half a year ago to consider as a worthy candidate for the next upgrade.
Also in 2020 we enjoy the same familiar method of the fast-growing manufacturer, with a small change in the form of the launch of one and only one improved OnePlus 8T model, without a direct sequel For the OnePlus 8 Pro - This without giving up the price growth that has unfortunately become another of the company's hallmarks in the rapid transition between the various generations.
The OnePlus 8T is expected to receive an official announcement event in less than two weeks, on October 14, with a major improvement expected in the form of the Super Panel AMOLED 6.55 inches with a resolution of 1,080 × 2,400 pixels, emphasis on extremely high maximum brightness and a nice maximum refresh rate of up to 120 Hz, a square rear photo array, a higher resolution selfie camera and an enlarged battery with extremely fast wired charging - all as part of an official price growth Starting at no less than 800 euros (including tax) for a version with 128GB of fast internal storage and 8GB of RAM, And 900 euros for a version with 256GB of storage And 12GB of memory Dynamic.
The OnePlus 8T is designed to be based on the same advanced Snapdragon 865 chip Like the OnePlus 8 and the OnePlus 8 Pro, With aluminum frame with Gorilla Glass 5 cladding on the front and back (this time in thickness, width and length slightly larger From the OnePlus 8 Although the diagonal display size remains the same), stereo speakers, built-in optical fingerprint scanner below the display, dual-channel 802.11ax Wi-Fi connectivity, Android 11 system with OxygenOS 11 interface right out of the box, chip NFC built-in receiver GPS Dual-channel, 32-megapixel selfie camera inside a small 'hole' notch, 48-megapixel main sensor with optical stabilization array plus a 16-megapixel wide-angle shooting sensor, 5-megapixel macro sensor and 2-megapixel depth sensor Pixel and 4,500mAh battery (with an internal division into two cells with a capacity of 2,250mAh) that supports charging 65 watts which can return up to 58 percent of the total capacity in just a quarter of an hour, and 100 percent of the capacity in 39 minutes.
More advanced charging technology for the battery and a higher quality and sophisticated screen are nice bonuses that justify the creation of a refreshed T version for us, but do they also justify another jump of 100 euros (or a little more than 400 shekels) in price, while the device still settles for standard 1080p resolution Something, without a dedicated telephoto photo sensor, without wireless charging support and without an official standard for water and dust protection? Feel free to share with us your point of view on the matter in the comments.