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OnePlus 8T just got launched with good pricing globally. The cameras are absolutely the same as the OnePlus 8 but the screen and fast charging are one of the major and more apparent updates from its predecessor.

OnePlus 8T
Screen6.55″ AMOLED 120 Hz Flat screen
2400×1080 pixels – 1100 nits – HDR10+
Dimensions160.7mm x 74.1mm x 8.4mm
ChipSnapdragon 865 5G – Adreno 650
Primary Camera48 MP f/1.75 – Sony IMX586 – OIS & EIS
Ultrawide Camera16 MP f/2.2 – 123° FOV
Telephoto CameraNo
Macro Camera5 MP
Monochrome Lens2 MP
Night ModePrimary & Ultrawide with Video Nightscape
Rear Camera Video4K at 30/60 fps
1080P at 30/60 FPS
Slow-motion 1080P at 240 fps, 720P at 480 fps
Front Camera16 MP f/2.4 Sony IMX471
Front Camera Video1080P at 30 fps
AudioDual Stereo speakers – Dolby Atmos
LocationGPS (L1+L5 Dual Band), GLONASS, Galileo (E1+E5a Dual Band), Beidou, A-GPS
Storage & RAM128GB-8GB || 256GB-12GB UFS 3.1
Battery Capacity4500 mAh (2 x 2250 mAh)
Weight188 grams
ChargingWarp Charge 65 Watts – 60% in 15 minutes
OSOxygenOS 11 based on Android 11
Price starts – USD$749
Price starts – INRINR 42,999
Price starts – EU€599

Kind of a stale update by OnePlus. But hey, that’s what the T series is for right? This also ends any speculation which was left for the OnePlus 8T Pro to launch. Will you be buying one? I think for the OnePlus 8 and even 7T users, this upgrade won’t make much of a sense. Especially if you live in a non-5G country right now.



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