OnePlus came out and revealed its latest Flagship the OnePlus 8T, with improved cameras, smoother display and very fast charging.
Now let’s take a deeper look at the OnePlus 8T.
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The OnePlus 8T has a premium glass sandwich design like its other flagships and this time around OnePlus proudly announced that they had put a lot of time into designing their phones and striking the perfect balance between the weight of the phone and the feel of the phone.
According to OnePlus they worked really hard to reduce the thickness of the OnePlus 8T from 9mm to 8.4mm. Moreover, OnePlus has managed to keep the weight of the OnePlus 8T in 188 grams.
OnePlus introduced two colour options for the 8T: Aqua Marine Green and Lunar Silver with glossy and matt finish on the back respectively.
This time around OnePlus has increased the refresh rate of the OnePlus 8T from 90 Hz to 120 Hz. Moreover, the OnePlus 8T has gotten a flat display which would definitely please several fans.
According to OnePlus the 8T has the best flat display in the market with the 120 Hz refresh rate, 1100 nits of peak brightness, HDR10+ support, JNCD≈0.3, 8192 degrees of brightness, and an A+ rating from DisplayMate.
OnePlus phones usually have great performance and it seems the OnePlus 8T will be no different. The OnePlus 8T is set to come with a Qualcomm snapdragon 865, 12 GB RAM and UFS 3.1 Storage.
For sustained performance, the OnePlus 8T has implemented a 285% larger heatsink the biggest in any OnePlus phone.
The good news for Fortnite players would be that Fortnite will be supporting 90FPS on OnePlus 8T along with the 8 Series as well.
OnePlus 8T brings quite a few camera upgrades as well. The OnePlus 8T houses a 48 MP main camera with OIS, a 16 MP Ultra-Wide camera with 123-degree FOV, and a 5 MP macro and monochrome lenses.
Along with that OnePlus has introduced several software features for the cameras including Video Nightscape, Video Portrait, Video Tracking, and Super Stabilization. OnePlus has also allowed Nightscape to automatically turn on when it is necessary.
Video Nightscape as the name implies is a night mode for Videos, whereas Video tracking helps to track the subject during the video. Super stabilization allows for very stable videos as well.
Video Portraits tries to reproduce the same bokeh effect during video that you get when shooting with a DSLR.
OnePlus has made a massive improvement when it comes to battery charging on the OnePlus 8T as well with the introduction of Warp Charge 65.
Warp Charge 65 can charge the OnePlus 8T’s big 4500 mAh battery to 60% in 15 mins which means that you don’t need to worry about your phone running out of charge. All you need is to charge for 15 mins and you get a full day’s battery.
Price and Availability
The OnePlus 8T will be available for ₹42,999 for the 8/128 variant and ₹45,999 for the top of the line 12/256 variant. The early access starts from October 16th an open sales form Oct0ber 17th in India on Amazon.
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