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OnePlus spread the 7T series announcement over separate events, two weeks apart. This sure is a unique approach and we can’t think of another maker to have done it. But this is OnePlus being OnePlus and we have learned to expect the unexpected.

Speaking of, the OnePlus 7T Pro is all but unexpected. It is the most insignificant upgrade OnePlus has launched to date. It offers a minor improvement in theoretical performance, new macro and slow-mo options in the camera, and slightly faster charging over the OnePlus 7 Pro. That’s it.

OnePlus 7T Pro review

Yet, the OnePlus 7T Pro is one of the best flagships on the market today and unless you are a 7 Pro owner – you should be looking forward to knowing more about this one. It has one of the finest screens on the market – high-res, notch-free, and 90Hz. The most powerful Android chip on the planet – the Snapdragon 855 Plus – is inside, too.

This year OnePlus has really stepped up its camera skills, and they’ve put everything they’ve got in the 7T Pro. There is a triple camera on the back – a 48MP primary, 8MP tele (3x zoom), and a 13MP ultrawide shooter. The main and zoom snappers feature OIS, while the ultrawide can now do macro photos.

OnePlus 7T Pro reviewOnePlus 7T and 7T Pro

The OnePlus 7T Pro introduces a new Warp Charge 30T, which still maxes out at 30W, but it takes less to reach 100% due to some improvements in the battery chemistry.

Finally, the 7T Pro launces with Oxygen 10 based on Android 10, which makes it one of the first smartphones to come with Android 10 out of the box. Nice!

And here is the complete specs sheet.

OnePlus 7T Pro specs

  • Body:??Gorilla Glass 6 front, Gorilla Glass 5 back, aluminum frame; Haze Blue or McLaren Edition

  • Screen:??6.67″ Fluid AMOLED, 90Hz refresh rate, 3120x1440px resolution (516 ppi); 19.5:9 aspect ratio; sRGB + DCI-P3 support

  • Chipset:??Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+, octa-core CPU (1×2.96 GHz Kryo 485 & 3×2.42 GHz Kryo 485 & 4×1.8 GHz Kryo 485); Adreno 640 (700MHz) GPU

  • Memory:??8GB or 12GB LPDDR4X RAM; 256GB 2-lane UFS 3.0 storage, non-expandable

  • OS:??Oxygen 10 OS based on Android 10

  • Cameras:??Main – 48MP Sony IMX586 sensor with f/1.6 aperture, OIS, PDAF and LaserAF; Telephoto – 8MP with f/2.4 aperture, OIS and 3X zoom; Ultra-wide – 16MP camera with f/2.2 aperture and 117-degree field-of-view; Dual LED Flash; Video recording: 2160p @ 60 fps, 1080p @ 240 fps, 720p @ 960 fps

  • Selfie cam:??Motorized Pop-up 16MP fixed focus with f/2.0 aperture; 1080p @ 30fps

  • Battery:??4,085 mAh; Warp Charge 30T – 30W proprietary standard

  • Connectivity:??Dual SIM; Wi-Fi a/b/g/n/ac; Dual band GPS; Bluetooth 5.0 + LE; NFC; USB-Type C; Audio via USB-C

  • Misc: in-display optical fingerprint scanner; dual stereo loudspeakers; X-axis Haptic Vibration

OnePlus may want you to Never Settle, but the maker has already settled on a couple of things – no microSD, no 3.5mm audio jack, and no official IP rating. And while we appreciate that the 7T series has some kind of water protection, the bitter taste of the audio jack removal is still rather fresh with many of the OnePlus fans.

Then again, the 90Hz screen could make up for many things, including those omissions and we can’t wait to work with that smooth Oxygen OS once again. So, let’s get this thing out of the box, shall we?

Unboxing the OnePlus 7T Pro

Sweet is the life of the reviewer and??we do love unboxing big red boxes. But even if you are not in the business of reviewing phones, you would still be treated premium with the latest OnePlus 7T boxes. Just look at those red beauties!

OnePlus 7T Pro review

So, the OnePlus 7T Pro comes packed within a long red box with an inscription promising nothing but greatness awaits inside. Big words, and while they do sound like an end, we suspect this is just the beginning of a new era for the maker with the transition to Fluid AMOLEDs. But more on that later.

Inside this pretty retail box is the OnePlus 7T Pro, complimented with a letter from OnePlus CEO Pete Lau. The Warp Charge 30W adapter is inside, and the signature USB-C red cable is here to stay.

OnePlus 7T Pro review

There is one more accessory inside the box and that’s a transparent soft case from OnePlus, so you have additional protection right out of the box.

What’s not included in the bundle is a 3.5mm adapter, which should have been a must for a phone that doesn’t have an audio jack. There are no headphones inside either, but you can always opt for OnePlus’s Type-C Bullets for ???25.


The OnePlus 7T Pro is identical to the OnePlus 7 Pro. The new Haze Blue color is probably the only tell, but you really need to know your OnePlus phones to recognize that.

OnePlus 7T Pro reviewOnePlus 7 Pro next to the OnePlus 7T Pro

Well, there is one teeny-tiny difference, and some of you may have already spotted it – the cutout for the laser transmitter and receiver (the laser autofocus tech) is now outside the camera setup, closer to the top ultrawide snapper. This is probably to help the ultrawide snapper in focusing properly at close distance.

But let’s rewind a bit. The 7T Pro is the typical modern-day dual-glass flagship, which uses premium materials as its flagship status demands. The screen is protected by a curved Gorilla Glass 6, while the back is shielded with a curved Gorilla Glass 5, and in-between those pieces there is an aluminum frame keeps everything together.

The 7T Pro biggest treat is the large 6.67″ Fluid AMOLED – it’s a 1440p+ piece with no cutouts whatsoever. The screen also supports 90Hz refresh rate – hence the Fluid moniker. It is the same panel as seen on the 7 Pro, but we can’t imagine OnePlus outdoing it anytime soon – it’s that good.

OnePlus 7T Pro reviewFluid AMOLED on the OnePlus 7T Pro and OnePlus 7 Pro

The screen has a Gorilla Glass 6 cover but that’s not all – the 7T Pro ships with a factory-applied thin screen protector. It doesn’t cover the whole glass and we found it annoying when the tips of our fingers went through its edge, but if you use the 7T Pro with the supplied case – this shouldn’t be an issue.

And we do appreciate having this protector, as the under-display fingerprint scanner may not work with just any film, but this is not something you need to think about right away.

Speaking about the fingerprint scanner, it is an optical one, but now in its third generation, it has reached its full potential. The sensor is equal in speed and accuracy to the conventional sensor you’d find on the backs of many smartphones. Just tap or pick up the 7T Pro, and you barely need to touch the marked spot for an instant unlock. We were thoroughly impressed by the performance!

The 7T Pro does not have a notch because its selfie camera is hidden on a motorized pop-up module, just like on the 7 Pro. It is rather fast to come up, and thanks to the automatic fall detection, it will retract quickly if a free fall is detected. Tried that, it works, and seems quick enough to hide the appendix before it meets the ground.

OnePlus 7T Pro review

The earpiece is very thin and almost unnoticeable, its grille is within the slit between the screen glass and the frame. And it also doubles as a speaker!

The aluminum frame is also quite thin on its longer sides, a bit rounded, and painted in the same Haze Blue. Expect no grip from this metal piece as both its curvy shape and glossy finish may be excellent design boosters but they hurt the grip big time.

OnePlus 7T Pro reviewOnePlus 7T and 7T Pro camera galore

The back of the OnePlus 7T Pro is stunning, the Haze Blue color beneath that frosted Gorilla Glass is one of the most beautiful panels we’ve seen on a smartphone lately. The frosted finish is neat, but don’t imagine it provides some grip – on the contrary, it seems more slippery than the front glass. But slippery or not, we love the OnePlus 7T Pro back, we love how it feels when you touch it, and we certainly enjoy the view.

OnePlus 7T Pro review

The triple camera is on the back, of course. It is humping a bit and is surrounded by a thin metal frame. First at the top is the 16MP ultrawide shooter, followed by the 48MP primary, and last is the 8MP 3x zoom snapper. The dual-LED flash is flush with the back just outside this arrangement.

If we have to be honest, we like the 7T Pro’s back better than the 7T. Sure, the round is eye-catchy, but don’t find it to be as stylish as the Pro’s.

And here are the 7T phones compared – the 7T is smaller and has a notch, while the Pro is a bit larger and is free of interruptions. Both screens are Fluid AMOLEDs at 90Hz refresh rate, so the buttery-smooth experience is guaranteed on both. If you don’t fancy screens with curved edges though and you prefer the flat piece design, then only the 7T will do.

OnePlus 7T Pro review

The volume rocker is on the left, the silent switch and the power key – on the right, while the USB-C port, the SIM tray, and the second speaker are all at the bottom.

OnePlus 7T Pro review

The OnePlus 7T Pro measures 162.6 x 75.9 x 8.8 mm and weighs 206g – identical to OnePlus 7 Pro. It is about 1.5mm taller, 1mm wider, about half a millimeter thicker, and 16g heavier than the regular 7T.




The OnePlus 7T Pro is sealed against water even though it is not IP-rated. This means the phone will survive the occasional immersion and will be fine on a rainy day, but it shouldn’t be your camera for underwater selfies.

And if you fancy limited versions of phones, you should know there is a McLaren Edition of OnePlus 7T Pro. It has a more luxurious packaging and case, as well as exclusive black rear glass with carbon fiber pattern and subtle orange strips. This model of the OnePlus 7T Pro comes with 12GB of RAM.

Oneplus 7T Pro Mclaren Edition Handson review

If you want to know more about the OnePlus 7T Pro McLaren Edition, you should read??our hands-on article.

Notch-free AMOLED, 60Hz or 90Hz refresh rate

The OnePlus 7T Pro packs the same screen as the 7 Pro. It is a 6.67″ Fluid AMOLED with rounded corners and extended 1440p resolution. It is a notch-free panel, protected by a Gorilla Glass 6 piece, and OnePlus offers an additional screen protector out of the box.

OnePlus 7T Pro review

The screen resolution is 1,440 x 3,120 making for 19.5:9 aspect ratio and 516ppi density. HDR10+ and DCI-P3 color space are supported, and of course – 60Hz and 90Hz refresh rates this the Fluid moniker.

Currently, most of the smartphone makers are still shipping devices with 60Hz displays, with Asus and Google being the exceptions, and this means users can enjoy content (be it a video or a game) at a max framerate of 60 frames per second. OnePlus 7 Pro was among the first to offer a 90Hz display to the masses, and now it is on the 7T Pro as well.

While this doesn’t mean 90 fps content will be more prevalent, it does make the well-optimized Oxygen OS experience even better with the added smoothness to transitions throughout the phone. Every scroll and swipe will feel buttery smooth, and once you experience this, it is hard to go back to 60Hz.

The 90fps support should offer a superior gaming experience for mobile games, previously impossible smoothness while scrolling pages and text, and, probably the most noticeable – the amazingly smooth Oxygen OS.

You can switch between 60Hz and 90Hz refresh rates from settings, but there is also a content-based auto switch for when the screen is set on 90Hz, just like on the new Pixel 4 series.

The display maxes out at 430 nits of brightness when adjusted manually, and when set to the Adaptive setting and faced with bright light, it will go as high as 600 nits. We’ve certainly seen brighter displays on other flagships, particularly from Samsung and Apple. This translates into average sunlight legibility when exposed to a brightly lit day. It isn’t the greatest, but it is still plenty visible.

Display test

100% brightness

Black, cd/m2

White, cd/m2

Contrast ratio

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OnePlus 7T (Max Auto)




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OnePlus 7T Pro (Max Auto)




OnePlus 7 Pro




OnePlus 7 Pro (Max Auto)




OnePlus 6T




OnePlus 6T (Max Auto)




Google Pixel 4 XL




Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max




Sony Xperia 5




Sony Xperia 5 (Max Auto)




Samsung Galaxy Note10+




Samsung Galaxy Note10+ (Max Auto)




Asus Zenfone 6 ZS630KL




Asus Zenfone 6 ZS630KL (Max Auto)




Asus ROG Phone II




Asus ROG Phone II (Max Auto)




Huawei Mate 30 Pro




Huawei Mate 30 Pro (Max Auto)




The screen is tuned to comply with the DCI-P3 (Vivid) and sRGB (Natural) color spaces. The Vivid calibration has a more pleasant and saturated appearance while Natural is tuned closer to accurate colors.

Color accuracy is quite good as well. The Vivid profile is not too saturated; Color is just punchy enough but not overwhelming. As usually is the case with a more pumped up profile, whites lean slightly to blue (cool white). In this mode, we measured an average color deviation of deltaE 3.3 and a maximum deviation of 5.1 at gray color.

The Natural profile does yield significantly better color accuracy scores: it’s got an average deltaE of 1.6 and a max deltaE of 3.6, which makes it perfectly accurate in our books.

Battery life

The OnePlus 7T Pro is powered by a large 4,085 mAh battery – that’s some “whooping” 85mAh more than the 7 Pro’s cell. We believe it is technically the same capacity battery just rated for its maximum capacity instead of the typical rating.

The OnePlus 7T phones have support for an improved fast charging called Warp Charge 30T. It is still 30W charging, and even the charger is the same 30W adapter from the OnePlus 7 – meaning there is no change in hardware. Instead, OnePlus has made some improvements on its charging process, and now the 7T devices recharge faster because they can keep fast charging longer than series 7 before they lower the current.

And so, the OnePlus 7T Pro charger replenishes 60% of its depleted battery in 30 mins, while a full charge requires 69 minutes! The OnePlus 7 Pro needed 85 minutes for a full charge, meaning the maker has indeed improved the charging process in a meaningful enough way. Even if you don’t care about about the time a full charge from 0 to 100% would take, you would still appreciate the fact that you be able to top up a half-empty battery faster than before.

Of course, we completed the OnePlus 7T Pro battery test, and it did splendidly. The Pro can last nearly a day and a half on a call, you can watch videos for more than 18 hours no matter the refresh rate, and the web browsing times turned out spectacular, too!

OnePlus 7T Pro reviewOnePlus 7T Pro review

Our battery tests were automated thanks to??SmartViser, using its??viSerDevice app. The endurance rating above denotes how long a single battery charge will last you if you use the OnePlus 7T Pro for an hour each of telephony, web browsing, and video playback daily. We’ve established this usage pattern so that our battery results are comparable across devices in the most common day-to-day tasks. The??battery testing procedure??is described in detail in case you’re interested in the nitty-gritty. You can check out our complete??battery test table, where you can see how all of the smartphones we’ve tested will compare under your own typical use.


The OnePlus 7T Pro features stereo speakers – the first is one with the earpiece, while the second speaker is at the bottom of the phone. The maker made improvements since the 7 Pro – both speakers are now larger and louder.

The 7T Pro scored an Excellent mark at our loudness test and impressed us with balanced and rich output across the board. The earpiece’s bass is no match to the low notes coming from the bottom speaker, but other than that – we are left with nothing but overwhelmingly positive impressions from the speaker setup on the 7T Pro.

Speakerphone test

Voice, dB

Pink noise/??Music, dB

Ringing??phone, dB

Overall score

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Sony Xperia 5




Very Good

OnePlus 7




Very Good

OnePlus 6T




Very Good

Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max




Very Good

Samsung Galaxy Note10+





Samsung Galaxy Note10





Huawei P30 Pro





OnePlus 7 Pro





Google Pixel 4 XL





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Audio quality

The OnePlus 7T Pro’s audio output impressed us with its accuracy in both parts of the test. The readings were perfect with an active external amplifier, and the headphones had minimal impact on any of them.

Strangely enough, the loudness was below par in both parts of the test. While the 7 Pro was among the louder phones around, the T version is actually below average in both tests. We’d imagine that was done in software as it’s unlikely that the two have any differences in hardware whatsoever.

We have to note that since our 7T Pro unit didn’t have a USB-C to 3.5mm adapter, we used a passive adapter we had lying around. If you get an active adapter, the results won’t be representative because they will very much depend on the DAC in the adapter.


Frequency response

Noise level

Dynamic range


IMD + Noise

Stereo crosstalk

OnePlus 7T Pro

+0.03, -0.01






OnePlus 7T Pro (headphones)

+0.13, -0.03






vivo NEX3 5G

+0.03, -0.20






vivo NEX3 5G (headphones)

+0.42, -0.03






vivo NEX Dual Display Edition

+0.03, -0.20






vivo NEX Dual Display Edition (headphones)

+0.48, -0.05






Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max

+0.05, -0.16






Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max (headphones)

+0.14, -0.04






Samsung Galaxy Note10+

Additional Information


Haze Blue, McLaren edition


8 GB RAM + 256 GB Storage, 12 GB RAM + 256 GB Storage