OnePlus 7T T-Mobile variant currently on sale at B&H


The OnePlus 7T is currently on sale at B&H. For a limited time period, you can get your hands on the T-Mobile variant of the OnePlus 7T for $349.99. 

Originally, the device was priced at $599 when it launched. It comes with a 6.5-inch Super AMOLED display with a 1080×2400 resolution. From within, there is a 2.96GHz Octa-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ processor with 8GB of RAM and 128GB onboard storage. 

There are three cameras on the back: a 48-megapixel main sensor, a 12-megapixel telephoto lens, and a 16-megapixel ultra-wide sensor. In front, there is another 16-megapixel camera for selfies and video calls. The device also comes with a 3,800mAh battery, an in-screen fingerprint scanner, 2D Face Unlock, NFC, and Android 10 OS. 

Considering this is a T-Mobile-branded device, it comes pre-loaded with the Un-carrier’s firmware and apps. The device was originally manufactured and locked for T-Mobile’s network. But it has been unlocked for resale by T-Mobile for quite some time. This means that it can be used on any compatible carrier with some restrictions though. The device is also dependent on T-Mobile for any software updates. 

The discount is available until 11:59 PM ET on Wednesday, December 31st. 


Source: B&H Photo


  • Fan_Posting

    A three eyed camera, interesting, I think we pass on this deal..

  • Bruce Sommer

    That might be a great deal for anyone living near B&H. Right now (as of Tuesday 12/29 @22:00 EST) T-Mobile still has the deal where you can trade in the 7T, for an 8T, even up (with 2 years of bill credits). The gamble is how long T-Mobile keeps that deal up. The question is “Can you get a phone shipped from B&H before the T-Mobile deal ends?”.

    I got lucky, on Black Friday, I got the OnePlus 8 Pro for $799.99 (unlocked, global dual SIM version), and the 7T (T-Mobile locked version) for One Dollar, in a package deal. I was planning to use the 7T for my second line, and a potential future trade in later. I didn’t know “later” was gonna be the next week! I literally strolled into the the store a week to the day after I got the 7T off the FedEx truck, and swapped it for the 8T! OnePlus and T-Mobile made it a Happy Holiday for me.

    While the 7T for $349.99 is still a decent deal, if you can trade it for an 8T at that price, it’s a really good deal.

  • Shaun Michalak

    Good if you need a good phone, or want to get a higher end phone and need a new one because of your phone being shut off or not working right.. But as for me, If I am going to upgrade, it will be to a 5G phone, and that will not be until they actually get something better then just band 71 on half of the towers in my area before I spend the money on that..

    • k0MWWNUIjqeVpAVAlvBs

      That’s why you buy one and trade it in for 8T+ 5G.

      • Shaun Michalak

        Well, I am with their Metro end, and since I do not have a plan under my name with them (I am on my moms plan which has 4 lines), I would be better off using one of my old cell phones, get it connected to a straight talk, or AT&T, or whatever account, and then transfer the number and get the new plan transfer discount..

  • Glenn Gore

    Not that good of a buy. It comes with an old Android/OxygenOS version and a months-old Google Treble program security update and probably will not be updated. OnePlus had promised that the 7-series line of phones would be updated by the end of December but that did not happen. OnePlus’s reputation of stellar OS updates has not held up to their standards in the past year.

    • k0MWWNUIjqeVpAVAlvBs

      I don’t know, I thought the $300 I bought one for and traded up to a OnePlus 8T+ 5G was a pretty good deal. As of 1/13 these are still on sale, and T-Mobile still has the OP 8T+ 5G upgrade offer going on. B&H actually had 3 SKUs for the 7T. Around the time this was written, the T-Mo and non-carrier specific blue ones were both $350 like stated in the article. They also had a silver T-Mo version for $330. When I checked again on 12/28 they had dropped that silver one to $300. It shipped on 12/29, I received it on 12/31, opened it on 1/1 and had it traded in for the 8T+ 30 minutes after taking it out of the box. The 8T isn’t perfect, but it’s a beastly phone for $300 (or even the current $350).