OnePlus 7T launching at T-Mobile on October 18 with 90Hz refresh rate, Snapdragon 855+

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T-Mobile has been a major partner for OnePlus lately, with the two teaming up to launch the OnePlus 6T and OnePlus 7 Pro in the U.S. Now they’re getting together again for another device release.

The OnePlus 7T is official, and T-Mobile is the exclusive partner for the release in the U.S. The OP7T is all about speed, getting several upgrades over the OnePlus 7 (which didn’t officially launch in the U.S.). Those include a Snapdragon 855+ processor, which offers a 15 percent performance increase over the standard Snapdragon 855.

The display on the OnePlus 7T is a 6.55-inch 2400×1080 AMOLED screen that boasts a 90Hz refresh rate, something that was in the OnePlus 7 Pro but was missing from the OnePlus 7. OnePlus says that the in-display fingerprint reader in the OP7T has been uprgaded to be faster as well.

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Fast charging is faster here, too, with Warp Charge 30T boasting 23 percent speedier charging than the Warp Charge 30 fast charging that OnePlus launched earlier this year. That should come in handy when you need to refill the OP7T’s 3800mAh battery and don’t have much time to do it.

Around back, the OnePlus 7T boasts a triple rear camera setup, an upgrade from the dual rear camera system on the OnePlus 7. There’s a 48MP main camera with f/1.6 aperture and optical image stabilization, a 16MP ultra-wide angle camera with a 117-degree field of view, and a 12MP telephoto camera with 2x optical zoom. The rear cameras include Nightscape for low-light shooting, 4K video capture a 60fps, and 1080p slow-mo video recording a 240fps, and coming soon is 720p video recording at 960fps.

For all your selfie needs, there’s a 16MP camera on the front of the OnePlus 7T. OnePlus touts that the waterdrop notch on the OP7T is 31.46% smaller than the notch found on the OnePlus 6T.

Also packed into the OnePlus 7T is 8GB of RAM, 128GB UFS 3.0 storage, stereo speakers, face unlock, Bluetooth 5.0, NFC, and USB-C. Color options include Frosted Silver and Glacier Blue. The OnePlus 7T will come with Android 10 out of the box, running below OnePlus’s custom OxygenOS user interface.

On T-Mobile’s network, the OnePlus 7T will include support for 600MHz LTE (aka LTE band 71) as well as 4×4 MIMO, 256 QAM, carrier aggregation, and LAA.

The OnePlus 7T will launch on October 18 for $599. It’ll be available from T-Mobile in stores and online on that date, but T-Mo isn’t announcing its own pricing info quite yet, promising that those details will come at a later date.

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Source: OnePlus

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  • Josh Warfel

    I’m excited to see what upgrade promo they may have for those of us with the 6t.

    • Nate

      Me too!

    • Alex Pilaia

      Same Here. I have the 1+6, and even tho I have 0 reasons to buy the new 1+7T, I could be convinced if Tmo gives me an offer “I can’t refuse”. Willing to give Tmo my money, but its gotta be good.

      • JJ

        I agree. but the 7 pro on tmobile did not get any type of promo. But if they do offer a promo i will give up my 6t for it. I don’t like the curved screen on 7 pro.

    • JJ

      Most likely no promo at all. Tmobile did not offer a promo on the 7 pro. Only on the 6t to introduce it’s relationship with OP.

  • steveb944

    Let’s get some deals T-Mobile. Make this exclusivity worth it.

    • Tom Norman

      Seconded. If it’s just regular price, there’s no incentive to buy through TMO. The trade-in values for devices through OnePlus is better.

      • JJ

        Trade in values for both are horrible. Right now a mint 6t goes for maybe $40 trade value. Better off selling locally or on swappa.

      • the martian ambassador

        Just make sure that if you purchase one elsewhere that the phone supports band 71.

        • JJ

          They all support band 71.

      • JJ

        Just checked again and my trade in value at oneplus for my 6t went up from $40 to $150.

    • Android_God

      It’s $100 less than the Pro! It’s probably $200 less than the forthcoming pixel phone! Sadly, I don’t think OnePlus nor T-Mobile are in a position where they NEED to discount it.

      • JJ

        It’s only $69 less than the pro. The pro starts at $669 directly from OP. But from tmobile directly then yes, $100 yes.

  • Gus Chiggins

    Will Tmo carry 256GB version?

    • Nate

      Doubtful.

    • Alex Wagner

      Asked T-Mobile and haven’t heard back yet, but because OnePlus only lists the 128GB model on its U.S. OnePlus 7T page, I’d bet that T-Mo will only have the 128GB version.

      https://www.oneplus.com/7t/specs?from=7t

  • Mike McDonald

    What’s the difference between One Plus & Huawei? How is One Plus getting a pass on imports?

    • dcmtnbkr

      Huawei is partially owned by the Chinese government and has been accused of espionage

    • JJ

      Completely different company. And iphones are also made in china and have to pay import fees just like others. Also, oneplus actually updates their phones and maintains a connection with it’s users.

  • Android_God

    This is pretty awesome! I’m starting to realize that I don’t see a reason to buy the pro!

  • Nate

    Just in time! Final EIP payment for my 6T is going in October 3rd. Ready to get another.

  • Jazzyjeff215

    so the 7T is cheaper than the 7 Pro? makes no sense. mine as well get the 7 Pro which is more innovative in my opinion

    • JJ

      It’s replacing the 6t which is “low end” compared to the pro. The pro starts at $669, so if you want the pro with only 6gb ram then yea, that’s a choice.

      • carloslacend

        OP7 is the one who is supposed to replace the 6T…

        • Logan Roy

          Which is not available in the US.

        • JJ

          OP7? There is no one plus 7. It’s only the 7T and the 7 Pro and possible the 7T pro that will not be released in USA.

  • pda96

    Yawn.

  • Bibbit

    I read elsewhere that this won’t come with a USB-C headphone adapter. That’s a big negative for me.

    • JJ

      That is correct. All the unboxing shows no usb c adapter. That’s what almost every usb c manufacturer is doing now. I think samsung is the only one that will have it with the new phones that they release.

      • izick

        And Google

  • carloslacend

    Can someone explain to me why to pick the 7T over the 7Pro? To me this phone is pointless if you have the 7Pro or the OP7…

    • JJ

      Because it is lower priced and has a non curved screen which is a pain. This one has a better camera set up and also newer fingerprint tech. But if you already have the pro then just stick with the pro.

      • Matt Ferguson

        The curved edges of the 7Pro can be very annoying bc of the glare.

  • Ron Kinsey

    I thought they would offer the 7t pro or the 5G version. I will stick with my 7 pro.

    • carloslacend

      7T Pro is NOT coming to USA. The McLaren edition will be exclusive to Verizon.

      • Ron Kinsey

        ok, Thanks for the info.

  • thehunlbesze

    No wireless charging, or storage expansion. Fail!

    • Koolme666

      Do you really need more than 128gb..

      • Trevnerdio

        With FLAC audio and 4K/60 video? 100% you do

        • Koolme666

          Hmm no I don’t think so I’ll get a real camera if I wanted to record stuff.

        • Trevnerdio

          You know full well I’m not talking about you specifically. And even with virtually no videos on my phone, I’ve filled at minimum 120 gigs between my 128 gig phone and 64 gig, so…yes. In this day and age, over 128 is quite reasonable for a lot of people.

        • Constrabus

          In this day and age, filling up portable storage and sdcards is unreasonable

      • thehunlbesze

        yes, currently have a 400gb card in my phone, about 270gb of it full: all lossless music files.

        • Koolme666

          I mean, good for you? I just use Spotify bro. And download what I what. Any downloaded files go in my cloud or on my actual computer.. but Good for you I guess? Hopefully your card doesn’t get damaged

        • thehunlbesze

          I have several Sd cards actually with multiple back ups at home. Another thumb drive in my car too, so not worry about file loss.

        • Constrabus

          Get with the times

        • thehunlbesze

          get a grip fools so I use an Sd card and than some of you snowflakes gets triggered? Pathetic!!!

        • Constrabus

          He sounds like Gen X

  • Matt Ferguson

    I’ll most likely use a jump to the 7T to get away from the curved edges of the 7Pro.

  • JJ

    Doesn’t matter if it’s the usa, india or anywhere else. There are only 2 phones that will be coming out. The 7t which replaces the 6t and the 7T Pro which will replace the 7Pro.

    • carloslacend

      And the 7TPro will launch on India which will replace the OP7. And Here in the USA the 7T will only replace the 6T. There is NO WAY that the 7T could replace the 7Pro. Even One Plus knows that. That’s why the price tag is more cheap than the 7Pro…

      • JJ

        Wow, you should read what i said again. I’ll write it again. The 7t is replacing the 6t. The 7 pro in the usa has no direct replacement but if it did, it would be the 7T PRO. At this point we will agree to disagree if you still can’t understand that. Have a nice day.

  • Yonatan Ben Magen

    Really wish that other Phones had a Knox Secure Folder, it has kinda of has me imprisoned to Samsung phones.

    Always preferred the innovation of smaller brands.

    Not that Samsung HW is lacking, I just hate that they are not part of the Duopoly of phone’s and they know it and act like it.

    On my third Samsung Note now and the10+ Ultra-Wide and ToF is impressive, so I do have a true Love-Hate relationship I guess it is like so many things nowadays

  • Bryck

    So I guess for what I’m understanding the 7T pro version won’t be coming to the U.S, but the 8 Pro will! Seems to me that one plus alternates the non pro version between the U.S and the rest of the world in different halves of the year.

  • tendoboy1984

    I just checked T-Mobile’s website and they no longer sell the 7 Pro but they still sell the 6T. That’s strange. Maybe the 7 Pro wasn’t as successful so they discontinued it?

    • Bailey

      I could be wrong, but I seen this happen several times way before the announcement of the OnePlus 7T. (Believing it’s just the T-Mobile Website)

      • Bailey

        I’m reporting back to let you know that T-Mobile did discontined the OnePlus 7 pro.

  • HeatFan786

    I like the specs and pricing OnePlus provides better than a lot of other OEMs. I do wish they offered a OnePlus for Business program that could be secure along the levels of Samsung Knox.

  • Milton Medina

    U freaking believable not long ago Tmo sold me on OP7pro. I dumped 600.00on an outdated phone. Thanks Tmo

    • aLdo

      its not outdated. its actually still better.

      • Milton Medina

        How so?

      • Milton Medina

        Thanks aLdo did did some research
        You are 100% right.

    • RealLifeJasonBourne

      How is this TMO’s fault? Are you not at all responsible for your own choices or how you handle money?

  • the martian ambassador

    My trusty Note 4 is now not supported by many of the apps that I use so I just bought an A20 to use for my second phone line. Samsung is offering $50 bucks for pretty much any smartphone trade-in on a couple of these A series models, the A20 can be had for $199. I got the T-Mobile branded version that supports band 71.

  • aLdo

    i have Galaxy Note 10+ and OnePlus 7Pro Love them both OnePlus 7T im sorry but you not my type. lmao

  • Constrabus

    We’re still doing the notch?

  • dontsh00tmesanta

    960 fps eh?