I have often seen in movies how twins played a classic trick, trying to confuse others about their identity. OnePlus has almost made the same joke with its OnePlus 7T Pro released today.
I can redirect you to our OnePlus 7 Pro article and save a lot of work, because frankly I do not have much to say. The only thing that has changed is the processor, and it's a very minor degradation of Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 to 855+.
Look at the specifications of the phone, compare it to the data sheet of the 7 Pro and notice the difference. 1
- Screen: 6.67-inch QHD AMOLED display with a resolution of 3120 x 1440
- Processor : Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+
- Memory Rear Side : 8 GB Camera : 48 – Megapixel Sensor with Aperture 1: 1.6 + 16 Megapixel Ultra Wide Angle Sensor with Aperture 1: 2.2 (Field of View: 117 degrees) + 8 megapixel telesensor with 1: 2.4 aperture
- The camera zoom: 3x optical zoom
- Front camera : 16 megapixels with 1: 2.0
- Battery Pack : 4.085 mAh
- Charge: Warp Charge at 30 W (as with the OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition charging the phone's 3,700 mAh battery in one hour)
- Software : Android 10 with OxygenOS
- Internal Memory: 256 GB UFS 3.0 (that is, data reads / writes are twice as fast as the previous memory generation)
- Biometris Security: Under the Display Fingerprint Sensor, Face Unlock
The company has slightly changed the color of the phone to a darker shade of blue and changed the position of the depth sensor to the left of the camera module. Then there's the McLaren Edition, which basically boosts RAM to 12GB and gives you a black design with orange reflections.
In India, the OnePlus 7T Pro costs 53,999 rupees and the McLaren Edition 58,999 rupees; Both devices will be available from October 11th. In the UK, the OnePlus 7T Pro costs £ 699 and will be available on October 17. The McLaren Edition costs £ 799 and will be available from the 5th of November.
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Published October 10, 2019 – 16:13 UTC