When OnePlus first started releasing phones, they released one phone per year for the first few years. However, the company has evolved and things have changed a bit since then the OnePlus 7T is one of four phones that OnePlus has released this year, in this OnePlus 7T review I will tell you everything you need to know about this phone.
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OnePlus 7T Introduction:
Not only did OnePlus release a series of phones this year, but they also released a series of smart TVs as well.
Big phones have become increasingly popular within the past few years. However, they are not for everyone because it’s much easier for a person with small hands to handle a smaller phone.
Thus the reason why OnePlus released the OnePlus 7T. The cameras and the display screen on the OnePlus 7T have been improved from that of its predecessor the OnePlus 6T.
The OnePlus 7T offers faster-charging speeds and the overall performance of the phone has also been improved as a result of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Plus processor.
This is a mid range phone that was made specifically for people on a budget.
The look and feel of the OnePlus 7T are very similar to that of its sibling the OnePlus 7. Both phones feature a teardrop notch at the top of the display screen and the back panels are slightly curved.
However, it’s easy to distinguish the difference between the two phones because the camera bump on the back of the phone that houses the cameras are completely different.
The orientation of the primary cameras on the back of the OnePlus 7 is vertical with a vertical camera bump while it’s horizontal on the OnePlus 7T and the camera bump is circular.
I’m not a fan of the circular camera bump because I think the vertical one looks better. The OnePlus 7T has an attractive matte-frosted glass back while the back panel on the OnePlus 7 is a bit smoother and shiner.
The back panel on this phone is slippery so it would be best to use a phone case.
The dimensions of the OnePlus 7T are 160.94 x 74.44 x 8.13mm (HWD) and it weighs 190g. So this phone is lighter and thinner than the OnePlus 7 Pro and slightly heavier and taller than the OnePlus 7.
The placement of the ports and buttons on the OnePlus 7T is identical to that of the OnePlus 7 Pro.
Located on the right edge of the phone are the physical alert slider and the power/lock button.
On the left edge of the phone, you will find the volume button, on the bottom edge of the phone is the USB Type-C port, the SIM tray, and a loudspeaker.
The curved display screen and the pop-up selfie camera was not inherited from the OnePlus 7 Pro.
Instead, the selfie camera on the OnePlus 7T is housed in a small teardrop notch.
The display screen on the OnePlus 7T has been significantly improved from that of its predecessor.
The OnePlus 7T features a 6.5-inch Full HD+ AMOLED display screen with HDR 10+, thinner bezels, and a 90Hz refresh rate.
The higher refresh rate essentially means that the graphics on the display screen refreshes faster.
This results in extremely smooth transitions on the display screen, this becomes noticeable when gaming or scrolling a long web page.
The OnePlus 7T has a new E3 material that was implemented to reduce harmful blue light by up to 42% without compromising the color quality.
There is also a video enhancer in the settings of the display screen that boosts colors and contrast when you’re playing video games.
Needless to say, this is an impressive display screen that provides an immersive experience.
The display screen on the OnePlus 7T is great for watching videos/movies and playing video games.
This is a bright display screen with 1000 nits of brightness, this makes it easy to see the display screen when viewing it in direct sunlight.
A new Reading Mode has been added, this gives you the ability to view the content in color, instead of just black and white.
You can select the one you prefer when you turn the mode on, it’s extremely easy on the eyes.
The screen unlocking feature on this phone is extremely fast and responsive.