One plus 7T so if you followed the leaks take aka promo you’ve probably seen pretty much every angle of this thing but now it’s officially been unveiled.

this is a pretty easy phone to explain, so one plus the company they have their sort of upper mid-range phones somewhere around Rs 36000 to Rs 43000 like oneplus seven.

then they have their premium high-end flagship stuff like oneplus 7 Pro that’s closer to Rs 50000. so this phone the one plus 7T this phone is sort of a Frankenstein between those two groups.

it’s right between the super high end and the upper mid-range if that makes any sense.
so to be clear it is a great phone for the price, which is the one plus special at this point they’ve continued this fascinating slow creep up in price.

but when you go over this phone and everything they’ve combined in here it’s pretty on point for what you’re getting for Rs 39000.

so overall it’s a nice combination of things despite not being the highest end display you know it gets
pretty bright up to a thousand knits, so outdoor visibility is no problem and the teardrop notch.

Being a little smaller makes it super easy to ignore on this gigantic screen.
but it’s also 1080p not 1440, and the bezels are just a little bit thicker.

And have noticed some real off-axis color tint and rainbowing and other consistencies like that you’ll notice on not so high-end OLED displays.

so it’s not the super best of the best but it’s like right underneath it’s right in between it’s making sense right. they’re bringing things down from the higher end phone that makes sense while keeping the sort of baseline of the mid-range.

the high refresh rate is the most important thing that they brought down,
so that’s good to see. and then just the design of this phone, in general, is also a bit of a Frankenstein.

here’s some other improvements you do have the alert slider is tighter so it’s more
satisfying to move between the three positions so that’s pretty sweet.

they brought down the high-end really precise haptic motor
that’s honestly only really matched on Android by the pixel at this point, so that was great.

and they brought the optical fingerprint reader underneath the glass that’s also
the same sensor as the one from the 7 Pro,
one of the best in any phone under the glass right now.

the speakers are also just as good as a 7 pro, and the is sound loud and full and
there’s also a bigger speaker grill up at the top.

and charging is now even faster so they’re calling it to warp charge 30 T,
it’s still a 30-watt fast charger but thanks to improved battery chemistry in
the 3800 milliamp-hour battery in this phone.

it’ll charge 23% faster than warp charge 30 already did, so in other words
it’s silly fast and it’s kind of different philosophy on battery

on the other hand, a phone that’s trim like this has crazy fast charging just
lets you have this peace of mind at any time you’re starting to get low you can

just plugin for a couple of minutes and be right back up to 70 to 80%. so it’s like a different kind of confidence in the battery.

Wrap charger 30T they say we’ll get you to 70% from dead in half an hour and that’s

We are even more impressed by just how we can add from plugging in for five minutes ten minutes and just giving you a massive boost for the rest of the day,

so The 7T does have decent battery life, but this is the steady compromise they make for not having the best battery life.

and then, of course, the gigantic camera circle on the back,

it’s genuinely the first design from one plus that doesn’t feel like really sleek or clean like they’ve done.

triple cameras before even but this one is very different in kind of somewhere between Motorola or the red

hydrogen or you might even remember the Nokia Lumia series back in the day,
these are essentially the same cameras that the one plus
7 pro already has.
same standard 48-megapixel standard camera same 117-degree ultra-wide and then a shorter 2x telephoto zoom camera,

instead of a 3x so if you’re looking for some big camera improvements for the 70 that is not what’s happening here.

and it’s not like the one-plus 7 pro camera was bad it’s just that it was the
one part of the phone that wasn’t you know best-in-class world-class.

it sort of held it back from being an arguably perfect phone in a way but in a Rs 39000 phone in 2019 this set of cameras is perfectly good.
You can take portrait mode shots now in telephoto or standard cameras which
is cool,

and they are also enabling 4k 30fps video from the ultra-wide camera
so they’ve heard our feedback they are going to do that.
The impressive improvement here is the new super macro mode,

so you hit this little flower icon in the top corner and you can get way up close to things to point,
five to eight centimeters away from the camera lens,
which most smartphones do struggle with if they don’t have a macro mode and so with this
You can take some close-ups that you couldn’t even get
with the iPhone 11.
and then, of course, this wouldn’t be a new one plus phone without really killer high-end on paper
and so that’s what they’ve done here again so Snapdragon 55 plus the
newest chip eight gigs of ram, not 12 and 128 or 256 gigs of us 3.0 storage.
this thing is fast and it’s running the latest version of Oxygen OS 10 on top of Android 10.
which makes this the first non-pixel Android 10 phone and it’s been really
good so far.
Android 10 has been nice smooth as you’d expect on a new phone
with a 90 Hertz screen and all the optimizations one plus is continually working on for oxygen OS.
this phone has added up to it being a pretty solid set of trade-offs that add up to a pretty good phone for a pretty great
price it feels like they’re taking the stuff that they learned how to do better and more efficiently from
the 7 Pro and bringing it down to a more competitive price.
which is a great way to sell a lot of phones now to be clear the one plus 7 pro
is still a better phone than this just because of this small bit of trade-offs,
they’ve kept a higher quality display higher resolution not as much color
fringing and things like that bigger battery-less ugly camera bump on the back and the notch-less screen on
the front so all of that sort of adds up to a few trade-offs.
here but overall this is that incremental update you expect from a t phone from one plus
with the X-Factor of that 90 Hertz display that is so hard to switch back from.


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