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Introduction

With the OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro, it was the first time the brand launched two versions of a flagship where one offered superior features over the other. The OnePlus 7T fills in the gap that was left between the 7 and 7 Pro.

The OnePlus 7T now has the 90Hz ‘Fluid AMOLED’ display that the industry was raving about. This can now be experienced in a slightly smaller form factor. Not only this, but OnePlus managed to get a taller 20:9 display on the 7T, thus increasing its screen-to-body ratio. The notch is also 31.46% smaller, which helps the latter.

OnePlus 7T specs:

  • Body:??160.94 x 74.44 x 8.13 mm, 190g, 3D Gorilla Glass frosted back side,

  • Screen:??6.55″ Fluid AMOLED, 2400 x 1080 px, 20:9 aspect ratio; 402ppi

  • Chipset:??Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+; Octa-core (1×2.96 GHz Kryo 485 & 3×2.42 GHz Kryo 485 & 4×1.78 GHz Kryo 485); Adreno 640

  • Memory:??8GB LPDDR4X RAM, 128GB/256GB UFS 3.0 dual-lane storage

  • OS:??OxygenOS based on Android 10

  • Rear cameras:??Main: Sony IMX586 48MP (f/1.6) 0.8??m pixel size, PDAF, OIS, EIS; Telephoto: 12MP (f/2.2) 1.0??m pixels; Ultra wide: 16MP (f2.2) 117-degree field of view

  • Front camera:??Sony IMX471 16MP, 1.0??m pixel size

  • Battery:??3,800 mAh battery, Warp Charge 30W

  • Misc:??Alert slider, stereo loudspeakers, NFC, in-display fingerprint scanner, USB-C 3.1 port, available in Frosted Silver and Glacier Blue.

As a result of the taller display, the 7T is slightly longer than the 7 (160.94 vs 157.7mm). It weighs just 8 grams more and there are a couple of internal hardware changes as well. The 7T bumps up to the Snapdragon 855+, which yields a 15% performance boost over the Snapdragon 855 and the base model is now 8GB of RAM instead of 6GB. UFS 3.0 storage is among the fastest you can get on a smartphone and you get 128GB of it on the base model.

Oneplus 7T review

The 7T’s camera setup is updated with an ultra-wide camera and a telephoto camera (the OnePlus 7 had neither). While the ultra-wide camera hardware is identical to the one on the OnePlus 7 Pro, the 7T has an updated telephoto camera with higher-resolution and a brighter f/2.2 aperture. However, OIS was omitted this time so we’ll be checking to see how it impacts portrait and zoomed photos.

Charging has also been matched to the 7 Pro’s. In addition to a 100mAh bump in battery size, the 7T now supports OnePlus’ Warp Charge 30W versus the previous-gen 20W.

Unboxing the OnePlus 7T

In recent years, OnePlus has paid a lot of attention to its packaging. Aside from using sturdy cardboard materials, OnePlus made the entire box a distinct red color that pops against any background. The finish on the box also feels premium and soft to the touch. The matte finish also makes the box “glow” in the light.

This new box is a throwback to the way that OnePlus one packaged the OnePlus 2. The front of the box is covered with embossed, glossy black text that reads “This is the OnePlus 7T. It’s the culmination of all our design and engineering efforts, and crafted for those, who like us, always strive for the very best.” The box itself is longer, symbolic of the slightly longer 20:9 aspect ratio of the updated display.

First out of the box is a document pack, complete with warranty information, quick start guide, some OnePlus stickers, a SIM tool, and a letter from OnePlus CEO Pete Lau. The letter thanks the OnePlus community for the pursuit of improvement and welcoming new customers to the community.

Beneath the paper pack is the OnePlus 7T itself, which we received the Glacier Blue finish. Below the phone is an included factory case so you don’t have to rock the phone completely naked. Below the case is the latest Warp Charge 30W adapter and cable. Otherwise, the phone doesn’t include any earbuds or a 3.5mm headphone adapter – since the phone has no headphone jack.

Next up, let’s take a look at the changes that OnePlus made with the 7T’s design and we’ll quickly compare it to the OnePlus 6T and the OnePlus 7Pro.

Design

The OnePlus 7T’s design is ultimately a refinement of the OnePlus 6’s. When it launched, it was the first near-bezel-less display from the smartphone brand that used a notch. With the 7T, OnePlus pushed up the phone’s display size to 6.55-inches and has made the notch smaller than ever.

Oneplus 7T review

We like that the 7T does not have a curved display; There’s still much debate on whether a display with curved edges really adds to functionality or is nothing more than a glorified design feature with no added benefits. In any case, we are enjoying that the OnePlus 7T has a 90Hz display without the curved edges from the 7 Pro, but more on that in the Display section.

Since the OnePlus 6, the company has been using a matte finish on the phones’ rear glass panels. The 7T’s rear glass has the same premium matte-finish in a new gradient color. You’ll notice the differences below, from the OnePlus 6T’s Thunder Purple, to the OnePlus 7 Pro’s Nebula Blue. The 7T’s Glacier Blue doesn’t go as dark as Nebula, so it has an overall brighter appearance.

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Something totally new for OnePlus is the circular camera island that houses the phone’s triple cameras, arranged horizontally. We seem to be at the beginning of a new design trend. While Motorola already uses a circular design for many of its devices’ cameras, the Huawei Mate 30 and the vivo NEX3 also use a circular camera island.

The frame itself is made with a polished metal, and it mirrors the gradient on the back as it fades between shades of blue. Since this phone doesn’t have curved edges, the frame is meatier, and the phone is easier to hold.

Oneplus 7T review

The button placement is nice, as well. The power key and volume rocker are the right distance from the bottom of the phone. As well, we really appreciate the physical notification slider and always find ourselves missing it when we switch away from OnePlus. The brand remains one of the few device makers aside from Apple to bother including one at all. Sometimes, it’s the simple things that matter.

Oneplus 7T review

There is a new location for the SIM tray on this phone, it was moved from the left side of the phone to the bottom. This has allowed OnePlus to add more oomph to the front-facing speaker and made this guy even louder than the 7 Pro. More on that in the loudspeaker section.

Oneplus 7T review

The case included with the 7T is a nice gesture. It’s a glossy, transparent TPU case with plenty of corner protection. We imagine it will get scratched up over the course of a couple of months, but it will let you showcase the Glacier Blue or Frosted Silver finishes. OnePlus has refined its design and aesthetics over the years and is worthy of competing with the bigger players – despite not holding an official IP rating.

Display

The best update on the OnePlus 7T is the 90Hz display, which OnePlus calls it the ‘Fluid AMOLED display’. The other update was making it bigger. The screen is the same width as the 7, but it is now slightly longer and has a 20:9 aspect ratio. This also bumped up overall length of the phone by a few millimeters.

Oneplus 7T review

All aspects of the phone’s UI evolve when they are viewed in 90Hz. Everything is far smoother and makes the interface feel quicker and snappier overall. The animations are also more immersive and the transitions are almost mesmerizing.

Of course, none of this is necessary since you won’t see YouTube videos above 60 fps and it doesn’t add any functionality to the phone, but playing Pok????mon Go! in 90 fps is low-key kind of cool. Yes, only supported games will go above 60fps to make the best use of the high refresh rate but the list is growing longer.

The 7T’s display has been updated with a brighter panel, but it keeps the same pixel density with a resolution of 2400 x 1080 px. In our testing, we found the OnePlus 7T to have flagship-worthy brightness with a maximum output of 743 nits. That’s of course once you enable the adaptive brightness setting – with that toggled off, the display outputs a respectable 525 nits.

As a result, sunlight legibility on the 7T is excellent and comparable to that of other, more expensive flagships.

Display test

100% brightness

Black, cd/m2

White, cd/m2

Contrast ratio

Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max

0

811

???

Samsung Galaxy Note10+ (Max Auto)

0

794

???

Samsung Galaxy S10+ (Max Auto)

0

793

???

Samsung Galaxy Note10 (Max Auto)

0

789

???

OnePlus 7T (Max Auto)

0

743

???

Apple iPhone XR

0.425

700

1647

OnePlus 7 (Max Auto)

0

642

???

Asus ROG Phone II (Max Auto)

0

626

???

OnePlus 7 Pro (Max Auto)

0

616

???

Samsung Galaxy A80 (Max Auto)

0

607

???

Huawei P30 Pro (Max Auto)

0

605

???

Huawei P30 Pro

0

571

???

OnePlus 7T

0

525

???

Asus ROG Phone II

0

479

???

OnePlus 6T (Max Auto)

0

455

???

OnePlus 6T

0

453

???

Google Pixel 3a XL

0

451

???

OnePlus 7

0

443

???

OnePlus 7 Pro

0

436

???

Google Pixel 3

0

426

???

Samsung Galaxy A80

0

405

???

Samsung Galaxy S10+

0

385

???

Samsung Galaxy Note10+

0

381

???

Samsung Galaxy Note10

0

366

???

This display can reach downwards of 2.2 nits of brightness for extremely dim viewing. Oxygen OS’ Night Mode offers a darkness setting that slides the brightness even further down. With it, we achieved just 0.4 nits of brightness. This is quite dim, perhaps dim enough to use your phone in the movie theater without distracting anyone – not that you should.

Night mode adjustments - Oneplus 7t review

Night mode adjustments

The OnePlus 7T supports sRGB and Display-P3 color spaces, and offers a wide-gamut mode for those who really want to make the display pop. We found that the Natural setting was the most color-accurate, with an average deltaE of 2.1 and a max deltaE of 3.9 in the red space.

Color reproduction on the 7T’s new display is very nice. The default Vivid color setting is not too saturated and whites are just barely on the cool side. This is the one that most folks will be using and has an average deltaE of 3.4 with a max delta E of 5.3.

Oneplus 7T review

Something fascinating about the ambient light and proximity sensors is that OnePlus placed them right behind the display, just below the camera notch. You’ll never see these with the screen on, but you can just spot them if you hold the display up to a light. Pretty cool that this was done to reduce space in the bezel.

We are content with this display on the 7T. The smoothness of the 90Hz screen and much improved brightness make it a great display for using inside, outside, or in the dark. Colors are also very well reproduced with plenty of color tuning settings to choose from.

We do seem to have a divide here at the office about curved displays. Some prefer a flat display while others like one with curved edges. Curved edges don’t really add a practical function to the display while others argue it keeps the bezels thin and adds a premium look.

Battery life

The OnePlus 7T gets a slightly larger 3,800 mAh battery. The added screen size and increased refresh rate may certainly impact battery results over the OP 7. Of course, the update to Warp Charge 30W means faster top-ups between charges, too, so there’s that.

We performed our endurance tests in the display’s 90Hz mode and in the standard 60Hz mode, just in case the 90Hz did have a significant impact on the battery endurance. That said, the OnePlus 7T scored significantly lower than the OnePlus 7’s 102h overall score. Of course, there are a number of factors that played into the new score.

Update:??We retested the OnePlus 7T’s battery scores since our automated tool was not behaving properly on Android 10. These are more in line with what we expected from the hardware.

The 7T saw very strong call endurance, with a score of 29:35h. Meanwhile, web endurance was 12:11h with the 90Hz setting enabled. With it turned off, that endurance went up to 12:51h. 90Hz endurance for video was 18:11h while 60Hz video endured just over an hour longer at 19:19h.

To be fair, the OnePlus 7 Pro didn’t do as well at the OnePlus 7’s three-digit score. Still, the OnePlus 7T saw respectable battery life and if you’d like to squeeze just a bit more juice out of the 3,800 mAh battery, you could switch the display to the 60Hz setting – so you’ll have to decide if the extra few percentage points of battery are worth disabling the phone’s unique feature.

Faster charging is always a welcome addition and the 7T has Warp Charge 30T support. We tested OnePlus’ claim of 70% in half an hour and we exceeded that. The 7T charged up to 72% in 30 minutes, reaching a full charge in just 1:16h. Even if you forget to charge your phone overnight, a quick 20-minute charge while getting ready for work will definitely yield battery for most, if not the whole day.

Our battery tests were automated thanks to??SmartViser, using its??viSerDevice app. The endurance ratings above denote how long a single battery charge will last you if you use the OnePlus 7T 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.

Loudspeaker test

With the 7T, OnePlus made the front-facing top speaker even beefier. So much beefier, in fact, that it needed to move the SIM tray to the bottom of the phone. Somehow, OnePlus managed to make the 7T even slightly louder than the 7 Pro.

Speakerphone test

Voice, dB

Pink noise/??Music, dB

Ringing??phone, dB

Overall score

OnePlus 7

68.1

73.1

82.2

Very Good

OnePlus 6T

67.2

72.5

84.5

Very Good

Samsung Galaxy Note10+

68.4

73.7

86.3

Excellent

Apple iPhone XS Max

70.5

74.0

84.7

Excellent

Google Pixel 3

77.5

71.7

81.1

Excellent

Apple iPhone XR

76.9

74.8

79.3

Excellent

Huawei P30 Pro

70.9

73.8

90.9

Excellent

OnePlus 7 Pro

79.6

77.7

87.2

Excellent

OnePlus 7T

79.8

77.4

91.6

Excellent

Asus ROG Phone II

88.1

77.2

87.1

Excellent

Asus ROG Phone II (Outdoor mode)

90.0

81.3

85.7

Excellent

The sound was clear and clean with no distortion even at the highest volumes. The higher treble notes can come off a bit tinny but you can definitely make out lower mid and bass tones. The bottom-firing speaker produces mid-range sounds while the earpiece outputs treble and bass.

Oneplus 7T review

When watching videos, the front-facing speaker pulls most of the weight as it’s directed at the viewer. The result is well-rounded sound and with strong output.

In-call audio sounds excellent in our tests. We tested this using T-Mobile’s VoLTE in the US and our recipient reported clear sound quality. Even at the highest volume, we felt that the earpiece could be slightly louder, particularly for those who work in noisy environments. Although the in-call speaker spans the width of the phone, you should keep it centered over your ear for optimal clarity.

Audio quality

The OnePlus 7T put in a bright performance with an active external amplifier – it delivered the expected flawless output, but also high volume levels – certainly among the louder phones we’ve tested.

Headphones dropped the loudness to just above average and introduced a moderate amount of stereo crosstalk. A tiny bit of intermodulation distortion was also recorded, but that’s nothing to worry about. That makes up for a solid performance overall even if it’s not quite chart-topping.

Test

Frequency response

Noise level

Dynamic range

THD

IMD + Noise

Stereo crosstalk

OnePlus 7T

+0.02, -0.13

-94.0

94.0

0.0013

0.0081

-93.6

OnePlus 7T (headphones)

+0.18, -0.11

-85.6

84.8

0.0062

0.108

-52.6

OnePlus 7 Pro

+0.03, -0.01

-93.0

92.6

0.0023

0.021

-89.6

OnePlus 7 Pro (headphones)

+0.10, -0.05

-92.0

91.4

0.0034

0.106

-74.8

Sony Xperia 5

+0.02, -0.02

-93.0

92.8

0.0012

0.007

-89.4

Sony Xperia 5 (headphones)

+0.25, -0.30

-91.8

91.7

0.0045

0.312

-57.3

Huawei P30 Pro

+0.04, -0.02

-90.5

90.4

0.0014

0.013

-93.0

Huawei P30 Pro (headphones)

+0.14, -0.23

-90.4

90.3

0.0046

0.211

-47.0

Samsung Galaxy S10

+0.03, -0.04

-92.2

92.0

0.0015

0.0079

-92.7

Samsung Galaxy S10 (headphones)

+0.06, -0.03

-91.9

91.7

0.0020

0.037

-77.0

OnePlus 7T frequency response

Additional Information

COLOUR

Glacier Blue, Frosted Silver

VARAIANT

8 GB RAM + 128 GB Storage, 8 GB RAM + 256 GB Storage

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