According to the company, the OnePlus 7T Pro design offers flawless symmetry from any orientation and elegantly balances the phone's triple-lens camera system. Apart from that, we see the Mirror Blue matte finish on the smartphone's back, which also came with the OnePlus 7 Pro.
Using the camera lenses as a point of comparison, the OnePlus 7T also looks a little larger than the OnePlus 7, although we've got no idea on exact sizes for now. The company will launch OnePlus 7T Pro on a later date, October 10. In substance, it's all just so much marketing, but the company does tease a new "metallic" matte surface thanks to ongoing work in chemical etching.
Back to the OnePlus 7T and this is an update to the OnePlus 7 which feels like it only launched last week.
Ahead of the official launch, OnePlus has confirmed the OnePlus 7 successor will come with a 90Hz display. This triggered speculations that consumers can expect the 90 Hz display on both OnePlus 7T and OnePlus 7T Pro.
OnePlus 7T Pro won’t be released Stateside
OnePlus 7T series will be officially announced on 26th September. The rear of OnePlus 7T will consist of three camera sensors encased in a circular module, and placed side-by-side horizontally.
The upcoming OnePlus 7T series according to rumors will have a modest enhancement. The OnePlus TV has an arc-shaped silver-colored stand with a thick frame to support its weight while you enjoy watching HD and even 4K movies without any hassle.
OnePlus 7 Pro garnered a lot of praise for its 90Hz display, and the presence of the 90Hz screen on the affordable OnePlus 7T does keep some exciting things in kitty for the launch.
The sales started to fall a bit after Apple and Samsung revealed their latest flagships, but OnePlus has been hard at work, and many people are looking forward to the upcoming devices. This version is likely to be faster and more optimized than the ordinary Android TV software experience.