New leaks of a speck sheet for 7T and 7T Pro showed up on CompareRaja. We’re now getting a clearer look at OnePlus’ upgraded version of the OnePlus 7 which received outstanding praise for its 90Hz refresh rate screen and fast processors.
A brief look:
For the new models, we’ll be looking at a Snapdragon 855 with triple rear cameras on both models. Both will also have 8GB of RAM, 256GB of storage and a 128GB model for the vanilla version. Both will have an in-screen fingerprint sensor and runs on Android 10-based OxygenOS.
The front camera is equipped with a 16MP lens while the triple-camera boasts a 48MP main camera (f/1.6), telephoto camera, and 16MP ultra-wide snapper. Telephoto camera varies between the three models with vanilla featuring a 12MP 2x shooter, and the Pro version having 8MP 3x snapper instead.
The 7T model will come with a 3,800 mAh that comes with a 30W fast-charging technology and the Pro model will have a bigger battery at 4,085 mAh with the same fast-charging model.
Both screens are still boasting at 90Hz refresh rate with the 7T model running on a 6.55-inch FHD+ OLED screen while the Pro model with 6.65-inch QHD+ OLED. This means there is only a 0.1-inch difference on the display size.
Overall, it looks quite a good improvement of an Android phone, but is it enough to switch from the OnePlus 7?