It’s established now to expect a ‘T’ series smartphone from OnePlus at this time of year. OnePlus has finally launched the 8T, which has expected, features a and design upgraded specifications in an effort to make the non-Pro version more appealing. The brand isn’t restoring the OnePlus 8 Pro₹ 54,999
OnePlus 8T performance
OnePlus usually uses Qualcomm’s slightly speedier ‘+’ SoC variants for its refreshes but sadly, we have no such luck with the OnePlus 8T. It has continues to sport the standard with Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 SoC. It will be available in two configurations at the time of launch — 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage for Rs. 42,999, Other features include an in-display fingerprint sensor, stereo speakers with Dolby Atmos, face recognition, 5G, Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.1, and NFC.
OnePlus 8T cameras
The OnePlus 8 offered decent camera and it seems like OnePlus isn’t changing the formula too much with the 8T. You now get four rear lenses in palce of of three, but most of the functionality remains the same. The OnePlus 8T has a 16-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera with a 123-degree field of view and 5-megapixel macro camera, and a 2-megapixel monochrome camera.
OnePlus 8T battery
The OnePlus has comes with the 8T with a slightly bigger 4,500mAh battery, compared to the 8’s 4,300mAh. More importantly, this phone supports much faster charging. The OnePlus 8T is the first OnePlus device that comes up with Warp65 Charger which is OnePlus’ trademark.
OnePlus 8T Reviews
Vignesh War – Excellent Battery life, used it with location and hotspot on for almost 8 hours, still battery level dropped to 60% only
Parvez Ahmed – there was a time when OnePlus claimed that they do not waste money on advertising, so that customer could buy products at ower cost. and now, I opened OnePlus store to buy lighting cable… realised I’d need to save my pocket money for two months to buy only the cable.
Vanshri Shankar – One Plus should realize that customers want innovation and pioneering at affordable prices. Not celebrity endorsements. You aren’t working on the design or tech now, you have become mainstream, letting down your loyal customer base.
Achena Akash – Missing u pei!! Now oneplus is doing the same mistake like sony, htc…they are compromising on quality..Nord had no quality control..and N100 is just rebadged oppo A53..So guessing thats the reason for pei’s departure..as oneplus is moving from its core philosophy to make more money..they are bringing substandard products..RIP!!