OnePlus 7T Pro Hands on review:May be perfect for you

OnePlus 7T Pro Hands on review
OnePlus 7T Pro Hands on review
OnePlus 7T Pro Hands on review:May be perfect for you!!

The upgrade here over the OnePlus 7 Pro is minuscule, but the OnePlus 7T Pro may be perfect for you if you have an older phone that you’re looking to replace. The display is beautiful, there’s lots of power, and it’s all likely to come for a lower price than you’d expect from other flagship handsets.

OnePlus 7T Pro Hands on review
OnePlus 7T Pro Hands on review

About Design

If you’ve used the OnePlus 7 Pro, you’ll be familiar with most of the design language here. It’s actually quite difficult to tell the 7T Pro apart from the 7 Pro, but that’s not an issue as that was a great-looking device.

The back of the phone has a matte finish, and there’s only one color available called Haze Blue that you can see pictured throughout this review.

The device itself is quite large in order to facilitate that big display, and that may make it difficult to hold for those with smaller hands. It’s a comfortable device to have in your hand, though, thanks to the rounded edges of the rear and the matte finish.

One of the highlights of the OnePlus 7T Pro is its gorgeous, large display – in this respect the phone can compete with any other top-end handset you may be considering.

About Display

It’s a 6.67-inch display that’s slightly curved at the side edges and looks gorgeous when you’re holding the phone. The resolution of 3120 x 1440, which comes out to 516 pixels per inch.

About Specs and performance

OnePlus has furnished the OnePlus 7T Pro with the latest and greatest chipset from Qualcomm, the Snapdragon 855 Plus. That’s paired with 8GB of RAM, making this a powerhouse of a phone.

The phone is only available with 256GB of onboard storage, with no option to expand this via SD card much like other OnePlus phones. That’s more than enough for the average person though.

OnePlus 7T Pro Hands on review

About Software

The OnePlus 7T Pro arrives running Android 10 software, but Android here doesn’t look like it does on other smartphones, as it’s a specific overlay made by OnePlus called Oxygen OS.

About Camera

The rear camera array on the OnePlus 7T Pro is a triple-camera setup, with a 48MP main snapper joined by 16MP ultra-wide-angle and 8MP telephoto options.

In general the OnePlus 7T Pro can take some good-looking shots, but it doesn’t have the best camera we’ve seen on a smartphone.

About Battery life

The 4085mAh battery in OnePlus 7T Pro performs admirably, matching the OnePlus 7 Pro and perhaps even exceeding it in some regards. We found it would comfortably last a whole day on a single charge, even with extensive usage.