OnePlus 7T Pro, 7T Pro Mclaren Edition launched in India with Snapdragon 855+ SoC, Android 10: Price, Specifications

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OnePlus 7T Pro Launched

At an event in London, OnePlus took covers off its latest flagship-grade handset – the OnePlus 7T Pro. A successor to the OnePlus 7 Pro from earlier this year, the launch of the 7T Pro comes just weeks after the company unveiled the OnePlus 7T and the OnePlus TV lineup. With this launch, OnePlus has refreshed its entire lineup for the Indian market. The OnePlus 7T Pro boasts of several upgrades over the OnePlus 7 Pro, with the most noticeable among them being the introduction of the Snapdragon 855+ chipset from Qualcomm. The 7T Pro is also among the first batch of handsets to run Android 10. In India, the OnePlus 7T Pro is set to go on sale starting October 12 at noon. There is also an early access sale that commences today at noon at select OnePlus exclusive stores across eight cities in India. Alongside the standard OnePlus 7T Pro, the company will also sell the more expensive OnePlus 7T Pro Mclaren Edition in the country. This variant is set to go on sale by mid-November in India.

OnePlus 7T Pro price in India, launch offers

The OnePlus 7T Pro – in its standard avatar – comes in a single 8GB RAM version that gets 256GB of storage. This version of the handset will set you back by INR 53,999. As for the Mclaren edition, this gets 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage and will cost you INR 58,999. In India, the OnePlus 7T Pro comes in a single, Glacier Blue color option. As far as launch offers go, HDFC Bank credit and debit card users will get up to INR 3,000 worth of discounts while ICICI Bank cardholders can avail a discount of up to INR 1750. On Amazon, users also get the option to avail up to 6-months of no-cost EMIs. Additionally, users can also avail up to INR 3,000 off on flight bookings via Amazon Pay, and 30% off on tickets for future OnePlus Music Festivals.

Let us now take a quick look at the specifications of the OnePlus 7T Pro.

OnePlus 7T Pro specifications, features

Visually, the OnePlus 7T Pro is identical to its older cousin. It features the same pop-up front-facing camera mechanism and gets the curved 90Hz AMOLED panel as well. While the physical dimensions of both 7T Pro and the 7 Pro are identical, the former does claim a slight improvement in its battery size and now gets a 4085mAh battery as opposed to the 4,000 mAh battery on the older model. The 7T Pro does see a slight improvement in the hardware thanks to the overclocked Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ SoC. The device now also runs a newer version of Android that alone brings several new features to the table. OnePlus has also added that they have managed to improve the overall performance of the device with tweaks to animations and visuals. OnePlus has also improved the battery charging mechanism on the device, and with the new Warp Charge 30T technology is significantly faster than its predecessor.

The display on the OnePlus 7T Pro measures 6.67-inches across and has QHD+ resolution. This is a Fluid AMOLED display with a 90Hz refresh rate and a 19.5:9 aspect ratio. The panel also gets 3D Corning Gorilla Glass protection and also houses the in-display fingerprint scanner.

OnePlus 7T Pro: Camera and Imaging

The OnePlus 7T pro gets a triple camera setup at the rear that uses a 48-megapixel Sony IMX586 primary sensor with f/1.6 aperture and support for optical image stabilization. The second rear-facing camera uses an 8-megapixel sensor – also with support for OIS and EIS. The third camera at the rear is a 16MP sensor with an f/2.2 lens and a 117-degree FOV. At the front, the OnePlus 7T Pro gets a 16-megapixel IMX 471 sensor housed inside a pop-up mechanism.



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