OnePlus 7T

OnePlus 7T Went Official With Triple Camera Setup, SD855+ Chipset, 90Hz Screen And More

OnePlus officially took the veil of their largest update for a T-phone ever. The all-new OnePlus 7T comes with the new triple camera setup, improved display and much more.

One of the highlighting features of the newly launched unit is the camera unit. As you can see, the company has come up with the triple camera setup for the first time. You’ll get the same 48MP Sony IMX586 sensor as the primary one. A new 12MP telephoto camera lens and a 16MP ultrawide shooter with 117° field of view, same as the Pro.

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This new camera brings two new features alongside which includes a macro mode for shooting from 2.5cm away (1”) along and slow-motion mode (960fps at 720p).

On the front, there’s the same 16MP snapper for taking beautiful selfies. The camera is situated in the teardrop notch which is also unchanged.

OnePlus 7T

The device boasts a Fluid AMOLED Display but is now ticket to 90Hz. It has a 20:9 aspect ratio and is slightly taller than the predecessor. This new display supports HDR10+ but does not come with QHD screen, a 1080p+ resolution instead.

The China-based juggernaut has also made improvements to the battery section. It now charges 23% faster than it’s the predecessor but has the same 3,800mAh of battery size. You’ll get 70% of charge in just half an hour, sadly there’s no sign of wireless charging.

OnePlus 7T

As you can see in the represented pictures, the device comes in two different color variants – Glacier Blue and Frosted Silver (with a subtle gradient). The company has used 3D Corning Gorilla Glass at the rear matte black panel.

OnePlus 7T

Under the hood, as expected, there is the Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855+ processor. The memory section includes 8gigs of RAM and 128GB/256 built-in storage options (UFS 3.0).

OnePlus 7T

The OnePlus 7T will come with Android 10 operating system pre-installed out of the box. Starting September 28, the device will go on sale in India. And will be available for grabs for Prime members, initially. The 128GB variant will cost around INR 38,000 and the 256GB variant will set you back at INR 40,000.

It will hit the US shelves sometime in mid-October and is expected to come with a price tag of $600.

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