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T-Mobile has some good news for fans of the OnePlus line of smartphones. The OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McLaren is coming to the United States as a T-Mobile exclusive and will take advantage of the carrier’s 5G network. T-Mobile promises that its 5G network will cover 200 million people around the nation this year, and the rollout of the 5G network is ahead of schedule according to the Un-carrier. The OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McLaren is one of two phones launching on the network that will be able to tap into the 5G on 600 MHz spectrum. The launch for the smartphone on the T-Mobile network is a surprise, ad it wasn't expected to come Stateside when it was announced earlier this month. The specifications... Read more...
Last month, OnePlus launched the OnePlus 7T, which was a slightly refreshed version of the OnePlus 7 that debuted earlier this year. At the time, there was no sign of the rumored OnePlus 7T Pro, even though we had seen images and benchmarks of the device. Today, the OnePlus 7T Pro has been officially revealed, and it is pretty much what we were all expecting. The OnePlus 7T Pro continues to impress with its gorgeous 6.67-inch (3120x1440) 90Hz notch-less display. Also making a return is the pop-up selfie camera, which is missing from the OnePlus 7T, along with a vertically-arranged triple-camera setup on the back. OnePlus 7T Pro McLaren Edition What's new is on the inside, including Qualcomm's... Read more...
When it comes to unreleased smartphones, leaks are inevitable prior to launch. OnePlus hasn’t been shy about revealing images, videos and even specifications for its unreleased smartphones prior to launch (on its own terms), and it is at it again with the upcoming OnePlus 7T. OnePlus CEO Pete Lau provided two shots of the rear of the OnePlus 7T accompanied by a few design sketches of the smartphones. On the back, we can clearly see a black circular pod that houses three camera sensors arranged horizontally. Below the camera area is a circular LED flash. According to a recent leak via Twitter, it's rumored that the three cameras will consist of a 48MP wide angle sensor, 16MP ultra-wide-angle... Read more...
We finally have a reveal date for the next-generation flagship smartphone from OnePlus. The company confirmed this morning that its OnePlus 7T Series of smartphones will debut on September 26th, which is a little over a week away from today. Unfortunately, the invite that OnePlus sent out to the press is very light on details, other than to reference the return of the 90Hz display that debuted on the OnePlus 7 Pro earlier this year (read the HotHardware review here). However, we're nearly certain that the OnePlus 7T Pro will be powered by the potent Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ processor that is targeted at gaming phones. According to a recent leak regarding the OnePlus 7T Series, the OnePlus... Read more...
OnePlus is getting ready to release a pair new flagship smartphones, the OnePlus 7T Pro and OnePlus 7T. These handsets have been leaked quite extensively up to this point, including some recent renders that found their way to the web, but what about the specs? Well, yet another leak claims to have the skinny on the hardware and features that will make the OnePlus 7T series tick. According to Twitter user and self-proclaimed "tech enthusiast" Ishan Agarwal, the OnePlus 7T Pro and OnePlus 7T will launch on September 26 in India. He then goes on to list a set of specs without differentiating between the two models, though if we had to guess, the processor and display (at minimum) point to the OnePlus... Read more...
New renders of the OnePlus 7T Pro smartphone have leaked, and they look good enough to be official from OnePlus. The most notable thing about the leaked renderings is that it shows a unique triple rear camera setup. The camera arrangement looks more than a little like an angry face. The rear cameras fit in a circular pod high on the rear of the device, and three sensors makes a significant upgrade compared to the OnePlus 7. On the front side of the smartphone is a teardrop notch with the camera and a speaker grill along the top edge of the screen. The screen itself has very thin bezels and is 6.5-inches according to leaked details along with the renderings. The phone reportedly measures 161.2... Read more...
Barring a surprise, OnePlus is likely to dish up a new line of smartphones this fall, presumably the OnePlus 7T series. As such, the leaks have already started. One of them came all the way back in December, and as it turns out, that may have been an accurate photo of the OnePlus 7T after all. How so? Well, let's start with the initial leak. Self-proclaimed "tech enthusiast" Ishan Agarwal had posted an image to Twitter that he said was of a OnePlus device in the prototype/designing stage. "It is not final but this is probably how the device may end up looking," Agarwal wrote at the time. Check it out... EXCLUSIVE! Here's your first look at an upcoming OnePlus Device I don't know much about. This... Read more...
Sprint is going all-in with 5G wireless connectivity, and has announced that it will make available a fourth 5G-compatible device for its network. The fourth-place wireless carrier – which will soon merge with third-place T-Mobile – already sells the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G, LG V50 ThinQ and the HTC 5G Hub. The fourth device will be an unnamed smartphone from OnePlus. The most obvious device that Sprint could introduce is the already announced OnePlus 7 Pro 5G. The OnePlus 7 Pro 5G looks largely identical to its OnePlus 7 Pro counterpart, including its Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC, 6.67-inch 90Hz display, 4000 mAh battery and 256GB of internal storage. The primary... Read more...
Wait a second, didn't OnePlus just release the OnePlus 7 Pro? Well, things move quickly in the smartphone realm, and OnePlus is an OEM that iterates on a lightning-fast schedule with new devices. So, it shouldn't come as a surprise that we're hearing word of an upcoming OnePlus 7T Pro that could be released before the year is up. Images of this alleged OnePlus 7T Pro were posted to the Chinese social media website Weibo, and don't really give much away in terms of appearances. From what we can tell, not much (if anything) has been changed with regards to its display or the pop-up selfie camera mechanism (which is wicked cool to see in operation). Most of the design details surrounding the phone... Read more...