Towards the end of the year, a new wave of smartphones is announced. OnePlus will be releasing the T-series unit this much of the time, much the same as the non-T model released a few months earlier, but with a few small improvements. This year's device is referred to as the OnePlus 7T Pro.
In general, the improvements are minimal, but this year Qualcomm released the Snapdragon 855+, an overclocked version of the 855 in the OnePlus 7 Pro. We know that OnePlus 7T Pro uses this SoC, but the other changes are not that extensive. Rumor has it that the 7T Pro will again be a great upgrade for T-Series users, but not for 7-Pro users.
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The OnePlus 7T Pro is basically everything you like about the 7 Pro, but with a few tweaks. It's equipped with the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+, the first SoC T-series ever since the 3T. It has some new software features like HEVC support and a new macro mode. It will also be the first OnePlus device running Android 1
Rumor has it that OnePlus will release the 7T Pro on September 26 in Delhi, India . We know that the 7T will also be released at this time, are unsure whether this version comes to the US (the OnePlus 7 not). We do not know when pre-orders will be available or when they will be published, but some assumptions may be made based on past events.
First, it is very likely that T-Mobile Signature Stores will be available on September 23, becoming the first US stores to sell the device. Immediately after the event, you should be able to go to the T-Mobile Signature Store in New York to buy the phone. It will be available in other Signature stores (Chicago, Las Vegas, Miami, San Francisco and Santa Monica) a few days later (expected on the 27th). At that time, the general public can also order them on the websites of OnePlus and T-Mobile.
- Release Date: September 27, 2019
- Pre-Order Date: N / A  Announced: September 23, 2019
The 7T Pro comes with a base model of 256 GB delivered. We are not sure if there will be more memory, although it is very likely that OnePlus will finally provide its mobile phones with 512 GB. And as usual, the 7T Pro does not support expandable memory via a microSD card.
- Available storage: 256 GB, 512 GB (possibly)
- Expandable storage: no
Price for everything  Probably the most important information for most OnePlus users. As a rule, the price is the last leak (if any). At this point, we can only speculate, but based on what appears to be a small upgrade, we expect a minimal price increase. Our best estimate is $ 699 based on the similar design and modest battery and SoC upgrades.
- Price: from 699 US dollars (8 GB / 256 GB)
Based on CAD renderings It is difficult to see the differences between 7 Pro and 7T Pro. Leaks indicate a nearly identical design with the same aluminum frame and glass bottom. So far, only one color has leaked, a new Haze Blue.
- Frame: Aluminum
- Finish: Haze Blue, others
While Onleaks says nothing concrete about its dimensions, it is identical to the 7 Pro. We're not sure if this means the case will work on the 7 Pro on the 7T Pro, but it should have a similar feel to it.
It is very likely that OnePlus will not pay any official IP rating again. Although OnePlus has added some element protection, trying to test it is at your own risk.
AT & T and T-Mobile are listed as mobile service providers because the phone is unlocked via GSM. It should get an official Verizon certification (just like the two previous phones), so it works well with Verizon. We know that OnePlus is working with Sprint to work on its network, and this could be the first phone to do that.
- Height: about 6.4 inches
- Width: about 2.99 inches
- Depth: about 0.35 inches
- Weight: about 7, 27 oz.
- Dust / Water Resistance: No official rating
- Supported Carrier: T & T, T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless, Sprint (possibly)
- Infrared Blaster: no
The operating temperature should match that of mobile phones such as the Galaxy S10 and the iPhone X S . However, since OnePlus does not provide this information, we are not aware of the outside temperature, relative humidity or operating altitude.
- Operating temperature: 32 ° F -95 ° F
- Overtemperature: Unknown
- Relative Humidity: Unknown
- Operating altitude: Unknown
One possible change is the version of Android that ships with it. Normally, the previous version of Android is still being upgraded on the T-series, but this year could be different. Since the OnePlus 7 has already received a beta version of the Android 10 update, there is a good chance that the 7 Pro comes with the preinstalled new version.
If this is true, not only will OnePlus 7T users gain access to over 60 new changes, including enhanced gesture control in full-screen mode. However, they will also cast a spell over the first phone to ship with the new operating system version. Apart from the upcoming Huawei release in September (which does not support Android), no other phone poses a threat to OnePlus.
The latest version of Oxygen OS 10.0 runs on the 7T Pro. Although the software will not be debuted (since the 7 Pro already has the beta version), it will be the first OnePlus phone to run immediately. As usual, OnePlus will add a lot of new features and enhancements, but mostly under the hood to improve performance.
According to XDA, Oxygen OS ships with FileDash, a file transfer function that works between OnePlus devices. It also ships with Fast Share, the new Android 10 file transfer feature for sharing files outside of OnePlus devices.
Rumor has it that the OnePlus 7T Pro will use the same excellent display as the 7 Pro. It is therefore a 6.67-inch fluid AMOLED display (3120 x 1440). Once again it will be bent, support HDR10 / 10 + and have no score. The refresh rate of 90 Hz also returns and is one of the highlights of the 7 Pro.
We expect OnePlus to make some changes to the display quality, such as: As a higher brightness or better picture quality, but nothing too dramatic.
- Screen size: 6.67 inches
- Screen resolution: 3120 x 1440 pixels
- Total pixels: 4,492,800 pixels
- Pixel density: 516 ppi
- Screen Type: Fluid AMOLED (bent)
- HDR: HDR10 / 10 +
- Notch: No
- Screen to Body Ratio: 93.22 percent
- Aspect Ratio: 19.5: 9
- Minimum Brightness: 2 Nits
- Maximum Brightness: 800 Nits
- Refresh Rate: 90 Hz (90 Hz for touch detection)  Color Temperature: 7.407 K
- Color Scale: 111 percent DCI-P3, 140 percent sRGB / Rec.709
There are conflicting reports on RAM size , Rumor has it that RAM starts at 6 GB while another one is showing 8 GB. We believe the latter is another much needed benefit of the 7T Pro for selling the device.
What was pretty conclusive is the use of the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+. This is not a big upgrade of the Snapdragon 855 from 7 Pro. The 855+ is an overclocked 855, with its highest gold core clocked at 2.94 GHz instead of 2.84 GHz. The bigger change is the 15% increase in GPU frequency that helps with gaming, especially when games support non-locked frame rates, so they reach 90 fps if supported by the GPU.
- RAM: 8 GB or 12 GB RAM
- Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+
- Chip Size: 7 nm
- CPU Frequency: 2.94 GHz (Single Gold Core) + 2.42 GHz (3 Gold Cores) + 1.8 GHz (4 Silver Cores)
- CPU cores: 8 cores (1 gold + 3 gold + 4 silver)
- GPU : Adreno 640 (672 MHz)
- GPU cores: Unknown
The battery is slightly reduced to 4,080 mAh (compared to the 4,000 mAh battery of the 7 Pro). with 4.100 mAh) upgraded. It will again support Warp Charge 30, achieving 50% in 20 minutes and full charge in 65 minutes. There will be no support for wireless charging.
- Battery: Rechargeable Li-ion Battery
- Capacity: 4.080 mAh
- Wired Charging: Yes, Warp Charge 30
- Wireless Charging: no  Front Camera
The front camera is equivalent to 7 Pro. It's a 16 MP standard lens that sticks out of the frame. It supports HDR and EIS and is used for the unsafe (but extremely fast) face unlock of OnePlus.
- Resolution: 16 MP
- Aperture: ƒ / 2.0
- Pixel Size: 1.0 μm
- Zoom: Unknown
- Flash: Yes, Screen Flash
- Image Stabilizer: Yes, EIS
- Sensor: Sony IMX471
- Sensor Size: 1/3 in
- Autofocus: Fixed Focus
- Video Resolution: 1080p @ 30 fps
- Time Lapse: Yes
- Face Unlock: Yes
- HDR: Yes
- Facial Retouch: Yes
- RAW Support: unknown
- Object recognition: unknown
- Formats: unknown
The main change concerns the software of the camera, which applies mainly to the reversing camera. But let's talk about the hardware first.
The hardware is the same as the 7 Pro. The same triple camera is used: a telephoto lens (with 3x optical zoom), an ultra wide and a wide angle lens. OIS is included with both the 48-MP primary lens and the 8-MP telephoto lens, while EIS is included with all three lenses. The primary lens uses quad-pixels, that is, four adjacent pixels are combined into one pixel for a 1/4 resolution image that performs better in low-light situations.
However, the big changes affect the software. Namely, there will be a new macro mode for taking photos of nearby objects. There is also a new Hybrid Image Stabilizer that uses both OIS and EIS for maximum stability. This system should work similar to the Pixel 3 and help with moving objects, shaking hands and low light conditions. Finally, Nightscape has been improved for brighter light shots without overexposure.
- Resolution: 48 MP (primary); 16 MP (ultra wide angle); 8 MP (Tele)
- Sensor: Sony IMX586 (primary)
- Sensor Size: 1/2 in. (Primary)
- Aperture: ƒ / 1.6 (primary); ƒ / 2.2 (ultra wide angle); ƒ / 2.4 (Tele)
- Pixel Size: 0.8 μm / 48 M; 1.6 μm (4 in 1) / 12 M
- Zoom: 3x Optical, 10x Digital
- Flash: Yes, Dual LED
- Image Stabilization: yes, OIS on primary and only telephoto, EIS for all
- RAW support: yes
- Lens cover: Sapphire crystal
- Lens quality: 7P
- Object recognition: Unknown  Formats: JPEG, PNG
- Autofocus: Multi-Autofocus (PDAF + LAF + CAF)
- HDR: Yes
- Portrait: Yes
Video performance is the same. The only noticeable difference is the additional recording in HEVC and the ability to record videos with all three lenses. The latter has been promised since the 7 Pro and we think the 7T Pro should be available soon.
- Resolution: 720p, 1080p and 4K (2160p)
- Maximum frame rate: 4K at 30/60 fps; 1080p at 30/60 fps; 720p at 60 fps
- Slow Motion: Yes, 1080p at 240 fps and 720p at 480 fps
- Time Lapse: Yes
- Photos: Unknown
- Zoom: 10 -fold digital zoom
- Flash access: Yes (as above)
- Video stabilizer: Yes, EIS + OIS
- Object detection: Unknown
- Autofocus: Multi-autofocus ( PDAF + LAF + CAF)
- Audio: WAV, AAC, AMR
- Formats: MP4, HEVC
Stereo speakers make a return to the 7T Pro , These speakers should be improved over the 7 Pro for clarity and volume, although this has not been confirmed. I also know that some of you are keeping your fingers crossed, but no, the headphone jack will not come back. Excuse me.
- 3.5mm Headphone Jack: No
- Stereo Speakers: Yes
The OnePlus 7T Pro supports the same audio and video codec as its predecessor, including the addition of EAC3, EAC3-JOC and AC4.
- Audio: MP3, AAC, AAC +, WMA, AMR-NB, AMR-WB, WAV, FLAC, APE, OGG, MID, M4A, IMY, AC3, EAC3, EAC3-JOC, AC4  Video: MKV, MOV, MP4, H.265 (HEVC), AVI, WMV, TS, 3GP, FLV, WEBM
The OnePlus 7T Pro should have the same sensors as the 7 Pro have.
- Accelerometer: yes
- Ambient Light: yes
- Barometer: no
- Color Temperature: yes
- Compass: yes
- Gravity: no
- Gyroscope: yes
- Hall: no
- Infrared: no
- Laser: no
- Pedometer: no  Proximity: yes
The OnePlus 7T Pro should have dual-frequency GPS again. Dual Frequency improves tracking from 16 feet on a single tape to 11.8 inches. This means that GPS should not lose you in cities, and you'll get accurate tracking to the point where your phone knows which lane to drive. The 7T Pro is just the second phone in the US to offer this feature.  GPS: Yes (L1 + L5)
At the moment, it looks like the 7T Pro will have the same connectivity as the 7 Pro with 802.11ac (Wi-Fi 5) for wireless internet. However, this could be upgraded as the Qualcomm Snapdragon supports 855+ Wi-Fi 6, but so far, nothing has indicated this change.
- Wi-Fi: 802.11 a / b / g / n / ac 2×2 MIMO
- Modem: DL Cat18 / UL Cat13 (1.2 Gb / s / 150 Mbps) 4 × 4 MIMO
- Bluetooth: 5.0, support for aptX, aptX HD, LDAC, AAC
- NFC: yes
- Cellular: Dual Nano-SIM
- Port: USB Type C 3.1 GEN 1
The OnePlus 7 Pro supports the radio frequencies AT & T, T-Mobile and Verizon.  FDD LTE: B1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 12, 13, 17, 18, 19, 20, 25, 26, 28, 29, 32, 66
OnePlus once again decided to use the optical fingerprint scanner in the display. This scanner is less accurate than the ultrasound version and can not be used with dirty or wet hands. However, it is faster and can unlock the 7 Pro in 0.21 seconds.
- Fingerprint Scanner: Yes, Optical In-Display
- Face Scanner: No
- Iris Scanner: no
- Manual Authentication: Password, PIN, Pattern, Draft
The box should contain the 7T Pro, the AC adapter, a compatible USB-C cable, and documentation. There should be a case and a pre-installed screen protector, but we recommend updating the case. We also recommend purchasing a faster cable that uses the USB 3.1 Gen 1 data port, as the included cable is USB 2.0. Anker Powerline is a great option.
- OnePlus 7T Pro
- Warp Charge 30 Power Adapter
- Warp Type-C Cable (Support for USB 2.0)
- Quick Start Guide
- Welcoming Letter  Security Information and Warranty Card
- LOGO Sticker  Protective cover
- Screen protector (pre-assembled)
- SIM tray ejector