Finally, OnePlus has unveiled its OnePlus 7T, and the smartphone is an upgrade to the OnePlus 7 which was launched in June 2019. Coming up with a T version of a model is the normal pattern that OnePlus follows. The company first releases a flagship model in the middle of the year and then the flagship model is followed by a T model in later months.
So the question is what all has OnePlus changed in its T variant of OnePlus 7, and are there any of the bigger changes this time? We’ve run through all the changes, so if you’re in the market for a new OnePlus phone, you know what you’re looking at.
OnePlus launched OnePlus 7 in the market with a process tag of £499 (around $640, AU$930). This was the price of the basic model with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. On the other hand, the model with 8GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage was priced at £549 (around $700, AU$1,000).
Now OnePlus 7T has hit the market and the smartphone will cost ₹37,999 / $599 (roughly £430, AU$790) for the basic model with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. On the other hand, the model with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage will be available for ₹39,999 (around $565, £455, AU$830). So ultimately, OnePlus 7T would be cheaper than the OnePlus 7, but prices will for sure vary in different markets.
At present, we have no reports regarding the price and release date of the smartphone in the U.K, and this can only find out when OnePlus will launch its smartphone in India on October 10. In the US it’ll be out on October 18, and in India, you can pick it up from September 28.