OnePlus specializes in rather high-end smartphones, with a nice level of finishes and features. The OnePlus 7T has good qualities to show, despite a sector that is very congested by strong competition.
This smartphone is not very different from OnePlus 7 and you have to look at a few details (dimensions in particular) to notice the differences. The notch on the front is discreet, the grip is successful and it is especially at the back that the change is perceptible. The photo sensors are highlighted in a round area. The only small concern is that the surface of the camera is as elegant and pleasant as it is sometimes a little slippery. The connections are classic, and the physical touches fall naturally under the fingers.
The display of this OnePlus 7T is of very good quality. Already its refresh rate at 90Hz is a real comfort, and this goes hand in hand with all its other features. With a beautiful dimension of 6.55 inches diagonal, it has a good definition which contributes to the comfort of use, and the natural display mode guarantees colours rendered efficiently, faithful in all circumstances. Finally, the infinite contrast is coupled with an ideal brightness, whatever the environment of use.
It is regrettable that the audio part has not kept a mini-Jack port, and that the USB-c adapter for an old headset is not supplied. The good news is that the quality of the speakers is quite good, with precision and comfort for most uses.
While the OnePlus 7T is well suited for everyday use, with multitasking being no problem at all, the gaming experience makes it a bit of a challenge, and you'll probably have to make some graphic concessions to keep it flowing smoothly.
For the photo, there are three complementary sensors, as is increasingly common. The main one, with its 48 million pixels, is a bit disappointing, especially in good lighting conditions. There is indeed a major concern of overexposure, which affects colors and details, for a barely correct rendering. Surprisingly, a dark environment makes it possible to ignore the concern of exposure and the rendering is more convincing, without being at the level of the best. If the wide-angle module has the same overexposure concerns, the overall result is honorable, even if it degrades strongly when the lights fade. Finally, at the 2x zoom, the rendering is rather successful, without too much smoothing and with well rendered colors, but in the dark, this lens is no longer used and it is a digital zoom that does the job, without success. The portrait mode is effective, and the selfies of the sensor in front are good too, with a well managed exposure. The 4K mode, in 60 frames per second, is a great success with efficient stabilization.
You can enjoy OnePlus 7T for about a day and a half before you need to recharge it: nothing exceptional, but the recharge goes very, very fast, and that's very appreciable.
Review of the OnePlus 7T done by Julien Hany the 2020/05/22
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Internal storage (Version 256GB / 8GB RAM, Dual SIM)
Photo resolution (Front camera)