One plus 7t

by Anant

The OnePlus 7T combines all the best features of the 7 Pro, like a 90 Hz display and a three-camera system, at a lower price. The smartphone is priced at $ 599 (59 thousand rubles), it is one of the best phones on the market.

Speed, functionality and experience have always been a key part of OnePlus’ spirit. Her devices invariably delivered one of the most comfortable sensations on Android at a price affordable to many. When the 7 Pro was launched, it still did more good than any other phone for the money, but OnePlus clearly wanted to compete in the premium segment rather than dominate the middle class.

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The OnePlus 7T smartphone is a true comeback for the company. It offers many of the same features as the 7 Pro for $ 600, and has a Snapdragon 855 Plus with a 90 Hz display. In this review, I tested the 7T model in Glacial Blue with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal memory running Oxygen OS version 10.0.1 based on Android 10.

Read also: Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus review: Samsung’s largest smartphone

Features OnePlus 7T
Display – 6.55-inch AMOLED, 2400 × 1080 FHD + 402 ppi, 20: 9 format, Corning Gorilla Glass 6, HDR10 / HDR +, 90 Hz.
Processor – Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Plus, Octa-core, 7nm.
Graphics – Adreno 640.
ROM – 128 GB, UFS 3.0, not extensible.
Primary: Sony IMX586 48-MP, aperture f / 1.6 + wide-angle OIS 16-MP with aperture f / 2.2, field of view 117 degrees + 2x telephoto at 12-MP with aperture f / 2.4
Front: Sony IMX4791 16MP lens, f / 2.0 aperture, EIS.
Audio – USB 3.1 Type-C, no 3.5 mm jack, stereo speakers, Dolby Atmos.
Battery – 3,800 mAh, non-removable, fast charge 30 W (5V / 6A).
IP Rating – None.
Optical fingerprint scanner on the display, accelerometer, gyroscope, proximity sensor, ambient light, electronic compass.
LTE: 5xCA, 64QAM, 256QAM and 4×4 MIMO, up to DL CAT16 (1 Gb / s) / UL CAT13 (150 Mb / s) depending on
FDD support LTE: 1/2/3/4/5/7/8 / 12/13/17/18/19/20/25/26/28/29/30/32/66/71
TDD LTE: 34/38/39/40/41/46
TD-SCDMA: 34/39
UMTS ( WCDMA): 1/2/4/5/8/9/19
GSM: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz.
Wi-Fi: 2 × 2 MIMO, Wi-Fi 802.11 a / b / g / n / ac, 2.4G / 5G, Bluetooth 5.0, support for aptX and aptX HD, NFC, GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, Galileo
System and software – Oxygen OS based on Android 10.
Colors – Matte silver, ice blue.

What is in the box?
OnePlus 7T.
TPU case.
USB-A cable to USB-C.
30 W Warp Charge Charger.
Instructions for the user.
The OnePlus 7T comes with the new Warp Charge 30T charger. It’s a 30-watt unit, but OnePlus claims they have optimized power transmission. Therefore, the device can charge phones 27% faster than the Warp Charge 30 in previous models. The charger also protects the phone from overheating by converting the voltage to 5V / 6A in the unit, instead of converting it on the device.

As with the 7 Pro, the 7T also comes with a TPU case. I am always glad to see such additions in the box, especially since OnePlus offers some of the highest quality such accessories on the market.

Design and appearance
The OnePlus 7T looks similar to the OnePlus 7 in front, but is very different in the back. The screen is located slightly higher, which provides a greater ratio of 20: 9. This increases the size of the display to 6.55 inches compared to 6.41 in 7-ke, the change is noticeable in the hand. The phone looks more attractive, and I enjoyed it while working with the device.

The drop-shaped notch on the front is slightly reduced. Despite the fact that it is not so noticeable compared to OnePlus 7, it is nice to see that OnePlus is trying to reduce it as much as possible. Many of the devices that 7T competes with have completely eliminated the cutout, and I’m sure OnePlus will continue to reduce the gaps in its devices over time.

The sides of the device look almost identical to OnePlus 7 and 6T. The volume buttons occupy the left edge, and the power and notification switch are located on the right. Below you will find a speaker, a USB-C port and a tray for two SIM cards. The back of the device is covered with a familiar glass – the same as the OnePlus 6T, 7 and 7 Pro, but this glass contains a completely new camera module. It has a round shape similar to that of the Huawei Mate 30 Pro. This is almost the same camera system as in OnePlus 7 Pro, but instead of 3x here 2x – without optical image stabilization. Under the central lens there is a two-color flash.

Unfortunately, OnePlus has not officially certified 7T with an IP rating, which is standard for the company. The manufacturer claims to conduct independent water resistance tests to reduce costs. However, you should not take it in the shower.

Smartphone display
In the new OnePlus 7T we get a 6.55-inch 90 Hz AMOLED display with a resolution of 2400 × 1080 Full HD + and an aspect ratio of 20: 9, with HDR10 / HDR + and 42% reduction in blue light certification. OnePlus also endowed the 7T screen with a frequency of 90 Hz, every time I switch to the panel with a high refresh rate, I wonder how I could do without it. Even simple scrolling looks incredible at best, as most of the displays you use daily have a maximum of 50 or 60 Hz. It is really difficult for me to explain this phenomenon, so I recommend that you take a look at it yourself in the nearest store.

The new 7T is equally equally incredible in overall display quality. I conducted a series of tests with the device, and the phone came out in first place, bypassing even the Galaxy Note 10 Plus, in a number of ways. Considering how much Samsung boasts of the quality of its panels, this is a huge achievement. However, the Note 10 Plus surpasses the 7T in resolution because OnePlus opted for 1080p for this device. But, the OnePlus 7T screen came forward in all other areas that I checked, including color temperature, color accuracy, maximum brightness and gamma accuracy. In general, this 1080p panel looks absolutely incredible, and it is better read thanks to brighter lighting.

The screen is also compatible with HDR10 and HDR +, meaning that it can correctly display content with a lot of information about color and contrast. Services like Netflix are actively adding HDR content for consumption. The fingerprint reader on the display, although here it is not as fast and accurate as on the OnePlus 7 Pro. I usually needed to put a finger a couple of times before it unlocked the device.

OnePlus 7T Cameras
Traditionally, OnePlus cameras have not been surprising. The company has always touted large pixels and better performance in low light, but over the years we have not seen significant improvements here. Therefore, it was unexpected when the manufacturer began to release frequent camera software updates for the 7 Pro. At the time of launch, he had a decent set of cameras, but not fantastic. However, over time, the images got better and better, and now they are pretty darn good.

Speaking of the OnePlus 7T, the company has ported improved camera software to this device. With good lighting, the images from the new phone are simply fantastic. For a device that costs less than 40 thousand rubles, this should be one of the best systems available at the moment.

The OnePlus 7T has three cameras at the back, similar to the 7 Pro. The main one is the Sony IMX 586 48-megapixel lens, in which images are compressed to 12 megapixels for better light collection. The wide-angle lens is technically a 13-megapixel sensor, but it produces 12-megapixel shots in order to enable electronic stabilization without noticeable cropping. The third camera is a 2x telephoto lens, compared to 3x in the 7 Pro. Unfortunately, in a 12-megapixel telephoto lens there is no optical stabilization, so when using it, you need to keep the focus more stable.

Photo quality
Images are clear, but not pointed, when the colors are generally gorgeous. There is a noticeable difference in the color profiles of a wide-angle, standard, and telephoto lens. This is probably due to the automatic white balance and the use of different sources at different focal lengths.

The dynamic range is very good, but it can be a little aggressive if the image has a lot of contrast. This is typical for smartphone cameras as they try to balance shadows and highlights. In a balanced state, I like the color profile that the 7T creates. It can be very moody in a good way, but it’s nice to get such stylized photos right from your smartphone’s camera.

Since OnePlus often improves on camera software, I won’t be surprised if we get a lot of updates in a short amount of time. The manufacturer even added a motor to the camera system so that we can take super-macro images – the resulting images are quite amazing. Then I felt how telephone cameras are beginning to become tools for everyday life.

All in all, I’m incredibly impressed with the camera system in the new OnePlus. In this price range it is difficult to find something better.


OnePlus 7T runs on Oxygen OS 10 based on the Android 10 operating system, making it one of the first devices with the latest version of Android. The update makes obvious changes, like new navigation gestures and an option for dark mode. But, OnePlus says the software has over 370 settings and optimizations. Other changes include a new reading mode that can display low gamut color, an advanced Zen mode for longer breaks, and Game Space that optimizes games on your device with high definition.

The Oxygen OS shell is one of my favorites. It’s simple, and the existing vanilla Android add-ons are really useful. We have a built-in video recorder, reading mode, game mode and much more. I like how OnePlus made its interface fully functional, but at the same time well optimized.

My only comment on this version of Oxygen OS is the new gesture system. It is based on Android 10 gestures, so this is not exactly a OnePlus bug. You swipe up to get to the main screen, drag left or right to return, or up and hold for multitasking. I often had problems with multitasking, and the phone immediately returned to the application in which I was just in. Here you need to wait for the multitasking menu to pop up, and I think it is worth improving.

Performance and Tests
The heart of the OnePlus 7T is Qualcomm’s most powerful processor today – the Snapdragon 855 Plus. It is paired with an Adreno 640 GPU graphics accelerator, 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal memory UFS 3.0. The motto of OnePlus has long been the slogan – “fast and smooth,” it is not surprising that the legacy continues. Oxygen OS is already quite minimalistic and optimized, but it is the powerful components under the case that make this device incredibly smooth and fast.

The Snapdragon 855 Plus processor, while there are only a few devices. This chip is clearly focused on games, with a rather significant increase in the GPU by 15% compared to 855. Given that OnePlus devices have long been considered undercover gaming phones, this makes sense. Honestly, I am impressed that OnePlus was able to offer us this chip at this price.

Another hardware feature that enables fast operation is UFS 3.0 storage. For the first time, the company introduced a much faster memory option with 7 Pro, and it is no less surprising that the function so quickly switched to a slightly more affordable device. 128 GB I think is enough for most users. Unfortunately, there is no room for expansion via microSD cards. Given that OnePlus offers only one specification for this phone, it’s nice to see 8 GB of RAM. The manufacturer has long been known for offering killer features at a low price, and this continues.

In tests, OnePlus 7T shows very good results. He scored 400 713 points in AnTuTu against 369 029 in Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus. In 3DMark it knocked out 6163 and 5408, in OpenGL and Vulcan, compared with 5692 and 5239 on Note 10 Plus. At Geekbench, I got 3690 and 11452 for single-core and multi-core tests, compared to Note 10 Plus scores of 3434 and 10854. In the Gary Speed Test G, the new 7 Pro completed the test in 1 minute 30 seconds, much like the Galaxy Note Plus.

Audio and sound
Alas, the OnePlus 7T does not have a 3.5 mm headphone jack, although it does have dual stereo speakers and they are very loud. When I tested them compared to Galaxy Note 10 Plus converters, they were noticeably louder and did not seem to be distorted at all, even at maximum volume. The bass was a little lacking, but the sound seemed clearer. In general, I really liked these speakers, and I think that you will also like them if you listen to music without an external source.

If you use high-quality Bluetooth headphones, OnePlus 7T supports Bluetooth 5.0, as well as aptX, aptX HD, LDAC and AAC codecs.

Battery autonomy
Here, OnePlus increased the battery capacity to 3800 mAh compared to 3700 mAh for OnePlus 7. But, the combination of a 90 Hz display and a processor with higher power consumption makes the new smartphone an average autonomous one. The battery works about the same as the Galaxy Note 10 Plus. Most of the days I could go on a single charge without a problem a working day, but often I had to recharge the phone if I planned to work at night. If you are interested, by the time I reached 5%, there were about 5 hours and 45 minutes on the screen.

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