You may have been fooled by the emergence of the OnePlus 7T to think the company was finished releasing phones this year. But you were wrong.
The OnePlus 7T Pro is the company's most minor update yet, keeping the same basic specs of the OnePlus 7 Pro but bumping the processor to Qualcomm's Snapdragon 855+ and giving the ultra-wide camera a useful macro mode. Oh, and the battery's a bit bigger.
Here are all the OnePlus 7T Pro specs.
|Category||OnePlus 7T Pro|
|Operating System||Android 10
3120 x 1440 (516 ppi)
19.5:9 — 90Hz
|Processor||Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+
Up to 2.96GHz
UFS 3.0 2-LANE
|Rear Camera 1||48MP main sensor
1.6 μm pixel size
|Rear Camera 2||8MP telephoto sensor
1.0 μm pixel size
|Rear Camera 3||16MP ultra wide angle sensor
117° field of view
1.0 μm pixel size
|Security||Optical in-screen fingerprint sensor|
|Connectivity||4x4 MIMO LTE
Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
Dual stereo speakers
Warp Charge 30T
30W fast charging
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