OnePlus 7T unveiled: we discover a circular photo module and a macro mode

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After the iPhone 11 and the Huawei Mate 30, it’s OnePlus’ turn to present its high-end smartphone: the 7T. The Chinese manufacturer’s keynote has just ended, it confirms many rumors and leaks.

The new model benefits from a new design by being a little thinner (8.13 mm against 8.20 mm). It is available in two colors, Frosted Silver (metallic gray with matt effect) and Glacier Blue (light blue with matt effect).

It is mainly on its rear side that it differs from its elder with a circular photo module composed of three goals.

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The main sensor is a Sony IMX586 from 48 megapixels with a large focal aperture of f / 1.6. It is supplemented by a x2 telephoto 12-megapixel camera, and a 16-megapixel wide-angle lens with a 117 ° field of view that allows you to film and photograph in night mode, and take macro shots. Everything is piloted by a new version of the Ultrashot house application to take advantage of the AFN’s evolutions.

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Regarding the display, the OnePlus 7T has a screen AMOLED Full HD (1080 x 2400 px) with a refresh rate of 90 Hz. Certified HD10 +, it also provides better comfort, especially in the dark with a 40% reduction in blue light emissions.

Its performance largely corresponds to what was expected: a processor Snapdragon 855+ with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage in UFS 3.0. Its 3800 mAh battery and its new charger Warp Charge 30T increase efficiency with 23% faster charging speed. Only 30 minutes are needed to reach 70% load.

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Equipped with Android 10 as soon as it is released

The OnePlus 7T will be the first in Europe to be equipped withAndroid 10, the latest version of the mobile operating system. More precisely it is OxygenOS, a slightly modified version of Android, which equips the new OnePlus range.

No announcement has been made regarding the sale prices and availability date, but we can expect a price similar to their predecessors, around € 600 for the 7T version, and an upcoming release in India followed by rest of the world.