One of the best smartphones out there regarding the Android operating system. The display is fluid amoled 90 HZ 6.55 inches, a real very maneuverable bomb (8.13 mm thickness) also given the size and weight (190 grams) compared to the competition.
Already from the very well-groomed packaging you can see how much meticulousness has been used for the design of this phone. The charger is 30 watts, the company guarantees an ultrafast charging in about 30 minutes , present face IDs, fingerprints (improved compared to the previous ones in terms of “touch”), of relief the slider on the right above the power button to change the editing system (mode: normal/vibration/silent) the only thing missing is the waterproofness.
What is no small thing the display has a peculiarity , that of being able to block 40% of blue light very harmful to the eyes, these days given the average use of a smartphone 5/7 hours daily , I would say too much but we are living in a hyper connected society so the figure is indeed alarming but also justified.
Returning to our OnePlus 7 T plays a key role the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor, 8 giga ram, speed and fluidity are impressive, for game lovers, the phone has the gaming mode allowing a smoothness for the video game lovers. The camera has a particular design, I really like it because it reminds some phones of the past, the photo compartment housing contains 3 cameras, the main one is 48 megapixels a real gem in terms of quality, stability of the shot and Sharpness.
Videos can be shot in 4K with a resolution of 3840×2160 or in 1080p unique neo is that in 4k you can not shoot videos with wide-angle. To conclude I find it a great phone; I dare say the best in the Top range, I am excited about the fluidity, the speed of the processor, the photographic sector and the impeccable design.
Size 160.94×74.44×8.13 mm
Android 10 OxygenOs operating system
Storage 128 Gb
Snapdragon 855 hardware
Ram 8 Gb
16-megapixel front camera
Battery 3800 mAh
Sim nano/Usb 3.1/Usb Type-C