Talks about the latest cutting-edge technology in phones and the triple camera that changes the landscape of phone photography have set many into a frenzy with the latest release of Apple’s iPhone 11 series. Hold up though, there is a new competitor to Apple and it is not Samsung as we often thought. OnePlus has just launched its latest model, the 7T, and it is set to battle the iPhone for the top spot in the smartphone industry.
The OnePlus 7T is the latest release from the company and it possesses some technical specifications and aesthetics that are simply stunning.
The display screen of this phone boasts a 6.55-inch Full HD+ AMOLED display thinner bezels, HDR10+ and a 90Hz refresh rate, which simply makes the image on the screen refresh more rapidly, resulting in smoother transitions on-screen. The HDR10+ compatibility enhances video content to a considerable degree as well, making the displays on the screen fluid, vivid, and immersive for users.
There is a 48 MP main wide camera, 16 MP ultra-wide camera, and 12 MP 2X telephoto camera fitted to the rear of the phone, each with a different purpose. You can capture large group shots and sprawling landscapes with the two wide cameras, and the telephoto camera for dramatic portraits and headshots.
A new mode called Macro Lens allows you to get impressive macro shots using the rear camera and it captures pictures with remarkable clarity and details from as little as 2.5cm away from the subject.
The top-tier Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 855 Plus chip powers through intensive 3D games, videos, and everyday multitasking with upgraded processor speeds and graphical rendering. This makes the phone’s performance faster, smoother and more efficient.
If you are a gamer, this will make gaming much more enjoyable. Fret not, with the new version of Warp Charging that works 23% faster, it can charge your phone from 0% to 70% in just 30 minutes and it charges just as consistently fast when you are using phone applications too.
This brand new Android phone will be released in the United States on 18 October, but you can purchase it on online portals in Singapore such as Lazada and Qoo10 then. It will be priced at US$599 ( S$828) and it is reasonably cheaper than that of the iPhone. If you are an Android user seeking an upgrade or an Apple user planning to switch, this phone might be the answer for you.
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