The OnePlus 7T (in review) has been unveiled to complement the OnePlus 7 that was launched earlier on in the year.
The 7T comes with significant improvements in the specifications, good enough to warrant prospective buyers not to pay attention to the slightly higher priced OnePlus 7 Pro.
The 7T has a 6.55-inch 90Hz display that’s just as good as the one on the 7 Pro (well, without the curves) – OnePlus calls this display the fluid display, which is among the big deal parts of the device. There’s also a new camera onboard the device, a triple-lens setup that is enclosed in a circular module giving the device a new look.
If you are interested in watching OnePlus’ unique launch event, unique because the company did not do the traditional on-stage launches but instead created a whole video experience that was more of a review of the device from different YouTubers as opposed to the… Okay, you know what, just watch it for yourself:
If you’d rather skip straight to the actual review of the OnePlus 7T, here are the best reviews that we’ve come across and curated for you, you’re welcome:
The device will start retailing from October 18 in the U.S. at $599 which means that by the time the device hits the Kenyan market through sellers such as Avechi, we should expect a price of around Kes,65,000 for the base model OnePlus 7T.