Posted on: October 25, 2019 Posted by: earlenehands Comments: 27

OnePlus 7T review: best of the 7 Pro, for less



OnePlus announced the new OnePlus 7T, a follow-up to the OnePlus 7, which was released in global markets earlier this year, and last year’s OnePlus 6T. The 7T has a lot of the same features as its sibling, the OnePlus 7 Pro, but it’s a little smaller and costs less. You’ll be able to buy the 7T starting on October 18th for $599.

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  1. I don't understand why they have a notch when there is a bezel at the bottom. They could have just pushed the screen to the bottom and had the bezel at the top so that no any protruding notches needed.
    iPhone X phones have notch because they don't have any bezel but these android phones which copy iPhone introduce notches just to show the world that they are stupids, idiots and complete fools in designing.
    Not only this phone 99% of android phones have the same design – notch at the top and bezel at the bottom. how idiotic these android phones are..! and no reviewer talks about this fact

  2. But that's the thing.. As proven with Apple..no one cares about paying a lil extra to get those key features that this phone lacks. And I hate that they put a notch on this one and don't include a headphone jack.. I was really looking forward to buying the "T" this year, but all the stuff I liked about the 3T is gone. I really hope they get it together next year. Even if they priced things a lil higher to get the stuff everyone wants, that's on the more expensive brands.

  3. Why does oneplus not launch smaller size phones like 5.8, 6.1” screen?
    6.5, 6.6, 6.8” size are just too big and real reason I don’t want to switch to oneplus. Their price is fantastic for what they offer. Other androids in market are just overpriced for their specs.

  4. I got the 7pro for £559 from John Lewis with 2 year warranty. Glad to see the 7t doesn't really beat the 7pro in any way. That charge system though! Got to love One Plus and Android. I came from iPhone having been with them for years and these phones just win in every single way.

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