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OnePlus 7T Specification, Review, Price | Impugedge

Hey Folks.!! So today we are here to get you updated on the brand new launched One Plus 7t, so first we would like to highlight some of the amazing features in the new product:

One Plus 7t

·         HIGHLIGHTS:
  •  Fluid AMOLED (6.55 inch)
  • 90 Hz display (Smooth like never before)
  • HDR10+
  • 20:9 aspect ratio (for stunning movies, games)
  • Impressive screen-to-body ratio featuring 31.46% smaller waterdrop notch
  • Snapdragon 855+SoC promises improved graphics performance



OnePlus usually releases a fresh model when there is a new flagship-class Qualcomm Snapdragon chip to be used, or when it senses a big market shift in terms of design and the product feature.  It has just been four months since the launch of OnePlus 7 but we already have OnePlus 7T hitting the stores. The new Snapdragon 855+ processor is not the only feature that’s surprising but also it has many such features that set it apart from more premium product i.e. OnePlus 7 Pro, including the third rear camera and 90 Hz display. Along with these amazing features the company has continued its old habit of increasing prices.

In accordance with prices OnePlus 7 was relatively affordable but it often felt like a reheated version of OnePlus 6, while OnePlus 7Pro would be considered as the higher sibling of OnePlus 7 in accordance with the prices as well as the features. Now the OnePlus 7t bridges the gap after just four months, bringing in many of the amazing features of OnePlus 7 Pro to lower price point.  

·         DESIGN:

One Plus 7t Design

This is perhaps the biggest design trend that we have seen at all price levels is the erasure of notches. Many of the companies are recently experimenting with pop-up modules and holes in the screen, but OnePlus has stuck with a waterdrop notch.

The new OnePlus 7T looks a lot like its predecessors from the front while the rear is all new. We have a huge circular camera bump, reminiscent of the Moto Z series, but with three lenses in a horizontal row and the flesh beneath them, also the bum sticks out a lot which means that this phone rests on any flat surfaces at an angle.
The OnePlus 7T is available in Glacier Blue and Frosted Silver, but precedent suggest that more colors would be released over time. What sets this phone apart from the other mid-range devices with gradient are the combination of metal and frosted glass. The rear gets slightly smudged due to fingerprints, but the texture is not slippery at all making it less difficult to shuffle the phone in one hand when trying to reach the upper one-third of the screen. At 190g and 8.13mm thick, this is a fairly bulky phone, but it isn’t too hard to live with.

·         SPECIFICATIONS & SOFTWARE:

OnePlus 7T uses Qualcomm’s refreshed Snapdragon 855+ processor, which has slightly faster 2.96GHz high-performance Kryo 485 CPU core than the Snapdragon 855. 8GB of RAM is now standard across variants. The decision resides with the buyer whether to buy the 128GB or 256GB of storage, these two variants are priced at Rs. 37,999 and Rs. 39,999 respectively, furthermore OnePlus continues not to support microSD cards. Interestingly, this device’s USB Type-C port supports USB 3.1 Gen 1(5Gbps) transfers but the included cable can only handle USB 2.0.

The display is slightly taller, now with a 20:9 aspect ratio and 1080*2400 resolution. It measures 6.55 inches diagonally and has a 90Hz refresh rate, as well as HDR10+.  Battery capacity has gone up from 3700mAh to 3800mAh, also the new Warp Charger 30T is quicker than Warp Charger 30. The charger provided in the box is rated for 5V/6A(30W) and is touched to charge the phone from zero to seventy in just 30 minutes (a claim to be tested by the buyer). UI customization options include system-wide themes, a dark mode, an optional search interface instead of the usual app drawer, fine-grained notification behavior control, multiple icon packs and of course plenty of the shortcut gestures. Zen Mode, OnePlus’s way of allowing users to force themselves to disconnect is still available. The only lab feature currently available is DC Dimming, which uses power regulation rather than strobing to reduce the screen brightness.

·         PERFORMANCE AND BATTERY LIFE:

Battery Life Of One Plus 7t

The OnePlus 7T feels snappy and responsive, no doubt due to the combination of the Snapdragon 855+ processor and 90Hz screen. OygenOS10 ran perfectly smooth, heavy apps and games open quickly, and has no trouble whatsoever with the multitasking. Both the in-display and fingerprint sensor an face recognition were easy to set up and use.

The Snapdragon 855+ processor smashed through our benchmark charts, posting astronomical results: 399,656 in AnTuTu, and 10,409 in PCMark Work 2.2. If a person does not play excessive games or watch the videos than the average everyday batter life is pretty good, user might be able to get with it a full day with around 40-45% battery still left. The battery was charged 11% in merely five minutes by using the bundles charger, and as the claim mentioned earlier of charging up to 70% in 30 minutes it can match the expectation of up to 67% to 69% which is truly impressive.


·         CAMERAS:

One Plus 7t Camera

Based on Sony IMX586 sensor OnePlus 7T has the 48-megapixel primary shooter with wide f/1.6 aperture along with the hybrid image stabilization which sets on the leverage on the electronic and the optical stabilization capabilities. The second rear camera has 117-degree wide field of view and a 16-megapixel resolution while the front camera has a 16-megapixel sensor. The user can shoot the portraits with the main as well as the wide-angle cameras, also macros can be shot with all three and you can take the shots from the subject as close by 2.5cm. The three cameras define versatility, such as the primary camera shoots the crispest shots with a lot of detail to be displayed. Issues might be encountered with the camera regarding the autofocus and the blurry photographs mostly at night. But one a feature worth trying of the OnePlus 7T camera is that you can switch between all the here camera even in the middle of shooting a video though it is a 1080p.

·         THE CONCLUSION:


From the above mentioned features and specifications we can observe that the new OnePlus 7T has given an amazing update to the users from the technological point of view, it has been launched with the betterment of both OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7Pro as it has many of the amazing features of OnePlus 7Pro while it is still affordable as a better version of OnePlus 7. It offers loads of high-end features and capabilities plus great specification and software updates. The Snapdragon 855+ processors have given a solid level for other companies to compete in the market. But still those who consider Samsung Galaxy S10e, Google Pixel 3a or iPhone 11 have compelling alternative that is to be considered before reaching to any conclusion. Last but not the least the fact the company provides double the space for mere Rs. 2000 is no-brainer. If the user is ready to spend Rs.37,999 why not spend 2000 bucks more to get double space on the phone because still there is to support for the micro SD card.

·         KEY ASPECTS for a quick review:

Display
6.55-inches
Processor
Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+
Front Camera
16-megapixel
Rear Camera
48-megapixel + 16-megapixel+ 12-megapixel
RAM
8GB
Storage
128GB/256GB
Battery Capacity
3800mAh
OS
Android 10
Resolution
1080*2400 pixels


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