OnePlus launched its latest OnePlus 7T Pro McLaren Edition on 10th October 2019. The phone comes with a big 6.67-inch touchscreen display. It has a screen resolution of 1440×3120 pixels at a pixel density of 516 PPI with an aspect ratio of 19.5:9.
OnePlus 7T Pro McLaren Edition is loaded by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ processor. It is surrounded with 12GB of RAM.
The McLaren Edition runs Android 10 and is loaded by a 4085mAh battery. The OnePlus 7T Pro McLaren Edition supports proprietary fast charging which means you can charge your phone as fast as possible.
Talking about the cameras, the OnePlus 7T Pro McLaren Edition on the backside gives a 48-megapixel primary camera with an f/1.6 aperture and a pixel size of 0.8-micron; a secondary camera is of 16-megapixel with an f/2.2 aperture and a third camera is of the 8-megapixel camera with an f/2.4 aperture and a pixel size of 1.0-micron. The rear camera setup has autofocus. It comes with a 16-megapixel camera on the front side for selfie lovers, with an f/2.0 aperture and a pixel size of 1.0-micron.
The OnePlus McLaren Edition runs OxygenOS 10.0 which is based on Android 10 and comes with 256GB of storage. The OnePlus 7T Pro McLaren Edition is a dual-SIM smartphone that accepts both Nano-SIM and Nano-SIM cards.
As far as connectivity options are concerned on the McLaren Edition it includes Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, GPS, Bluetooth v5.00, NFC, USB OTG, USB Type-C, 3G, and 4G with both SIM cards accepting 4G. Talking about the sensors on the OnePlus McLaren Edition includes an accelerometer sensor, ambient light, compass, gyroscope, proximity sensor, etc. It has an in-display fingerprint sensor which is very fast and secure. This phone also supports face unlock.
The OnePlus 7T Pro McLaren Edition measures 162.60 x 75.90 x 8.80mm and weighs 206 grams. It comes with a glass body.
Price Of OnePlus 7T Pro Mclaren Edition
As of 23rd March 2020, OnePlus McLaren Edition price in India starts at Rs. 58,998 as said by the officials.
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OnePlus has taken a bunch of features from the more expensive OnePlus 7 Pro and put them into the OnePlus 7T, which you can say the successor of the OnePlus 7. by adding to this confusion, the older two models have only been on the market for around four months prior to the launch of 7t. While some buyers will love having more features and power, there are others who will be disappointed that this company has raised the price of its base model yet again. Let’s take a look at oneplus 7t review.
The OnePlus 7T offers three rear cameras – a primary camera of 48-megapixel one, a wide-angle one, and a 2X optical zoom one – along with the brand new Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor, a 90Hz screen, with frosted glass rear panel. These all features are premium, and this phone definitely looks and feels the part, rivaling flagship phones that cost up to twice as much.
some peoples may not like the huge circular camera bump on the rear, and sadly there’s no IP rating or wireless charging. There’s also still a waterdrop notch cutting into the screen for the selfie camera.
Performance is great, especially in games. The cameras are good, delivering stunning results sometimes, but not consistently. This phone also runs Android 10 out of the box, with OnePlus’ customized OxygenOS skin. Battery life is good and this phone charges insanely quickly.
New buyers with a budget of Rs. 40,000 will be impressed with the OnePlus 7T but previous customers of OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7Pro, as well as fans of the brand, might be a little annoyed.
The OnePlus 7T screen is the biggest upgrade over the OnePlus 7. The 7T supports a full HD+ OnePlus’ Fluid AMOLED screen with extremely slim bezels.
It gets the OnePlus 7 Pro markee feature. If you are moving from the regular 60Hz screen, the 90Hz display will grow on you real fast. Scrolling, animations, transitions – all feel a lot smoother and you will definitely feel something is a miss when you switch back to a 60Hz phone.
The display also supports HDR 10+ which makes a delightful experience if you watch the HDR content on Netflix. The OnePlus 7T screen has excellent sunlight legibility as the brightness peaks at 1000 nits outdoors.
Colors are good too and there are quite a few manual adjustments you can make from the Display Settings.
Like all other OnePlus smartphones, this one too ships with Qualcomm’s current-best at launch. It’s powered by higher binned Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 plus which is a theoretical upgrade, but don’t expect any noticeable changes in performance, at least in the short run.
Just as the Snapdragon 855, the Plus variant has a tri-cluster structure where high-performance Kryo 485 CPU Gold core is clocked at a higher 2.96GHz, while the remaining seven cores are clocked similarly to the Snapdragon 855 chipset. The integrated Adreno 640 GPU clock frequency has been tweaked from 585MHz to 672Mhz. All these changes result in an overall 15 percent performance improvement.
The 7T retails in one single variant with 8GB LPDRR4X RAM and 128GB UFS 3.0 storage. We had no trouble running heavy Android games like PUBG Mobile and Call of Duty Mobile on the OnePlus 7T. We were able to experience flawless gameplay even on HDR graphics while frame rates were set to extreme.
The OnePlus 7T packs a slightly larger battery capacity than the OnePlus7. Of course, with the new 90Hz screen the demand on the battery increases proportionately. We managed to get over 5 hours of screen on time with moderate to heavy usage, which is respectable. One Plus more than makes up with fast charging.
7T resorts to 30W warp charge and a 5V/6A charger is bundled in the box. OnePlus claims to have further optimized its charging algorithm and made tweaks in battery structure which helped it achieve 18% faster charging-speeds.
Charging the OnePlus 7T is a delightful experience. Just 10-15 minutes of charge can refill enough power to last you a workday. It took just 1 hour and 16 mins to go from zero to a hundred percent. It took the OnePlus 7T less than 20 minutes to go from 0 to 40, and the phone attained a 90% charge in just 48 minutes.
No wireless charging support.
There is no 3.5mm headphone jack or USB-C to 3.5mm headphone jack dongle.
Lacks microSD card slot.
No official water and dust rating.
After taking a look at oneplus 7t review, The 7T is here to break the mold once more, and bring a 90Hz screen to a never before seen price point – for OnePlus, at least, because sister brand Realme is really making strides there too with the X2 Pro. It had to happen so that OnePlus’ ‘flagship killer’ line wouldn’t get stranded in a no-man’s land where it’s more expensive than some of its competitors but doesn’t really bring much more to the table.
That’s also why we assume the company decided to fit it with a proper triple rear camera system, with added framing flexibility for everyone. These decisions have instantly made the 7T much more appealing than the 7 from the get-go, despite the higher introductory price.
This phone delivers the best of OnePlus at a price that doesn’t break the bank even if it’s far from a cheap device. Unless you really like curved screens and value 3x optical zoom over 2x very much, the 7T should probably be the default OnePlus option for most people over the more expensive 7T Pro.
In fact, with a few caveats, this is probably the default Android phone to buy for most people. It isn’t really the best at anything, except speed and smoothness of the entire user experience, but the full package it delivers is outstanding. It has a good battery life, an excellent screen in all respects good cameras, a modern and easy to handle design, and the latest software on board, with perhaps the lightest skin around.
Since the phone is the piece of tech you use the most throughout your day. this is important. This should be important to everyone. Yes, you can endlessly debate spec sheets and this and that, but in the end, everyone deserves a phone that just feels great to use, even if it’s not the best at everything. The OnePlus 7T is the best phone at being amazing to use, it’s the fastest and smoothest around, and while these aspects are matched by its Pro sibling, the 7T’s lower price should help seal the deal for most people.
There are cheaper ‘flagship killers’ out there. That’s fine, competition is doing its thing, and if you want cheaper, you can get cheaper. OnePlus is now making less about low prices because it has switched its focus to something else – delivering the best overall Android experience.