OnePlus 3T review

OnePlus 3T review

The OnePlus 3T stays true to our Never Settle approach. Impressive specs mean nothing if you don’t have a great experience every time you pick up your phone. The OnePlus 3T delivers the best user experience, thanks to the latest hardware upgrades and carefully tested software enhancements. It was developed with care, craftsmanship and in collaboration with our community.In the past, OnePlus focused on one primary flagship per year, though this changed in 2016. Only six months after the OnePlus 3 was first announced, OnePlus returned again with the OnePlus 3T. As the name suggests, this device is essentially a souped up, or “Turbo” version of the OnePlus 3 that builds on everything we loved about the first, while giving it a slightly more competitive edge against the competition.

More powerful; Better cameraLeaks and rumours leading upto the launch indicate that the smartphone will come with Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 821 SoC clocked at 2.3 GHz, 6GB of RAM, a 3,300mAh battery among 62/128GB of internal storage.

Additionally, the 3T will run on the latest Android 7.0 Nougat and come with an upgraded 16MP camera with a Sony IMX398 sensor and an aperture of f.1.7 compared to the f/2.0 seen on the OnePlus 3.

Additional rumours indicate a shift from the current OLED panel used for the display to an LCD panel with a price increase from $399 to $499 (Roughly Rs 34,400)

OnePlus 4: Looks formidableWith a tentative launch date of June-July, leaks and rumours regarding the upcoming flagship have already started making rounds. Fresh leaks indicate that the OnePlus 4 will be powered by Qualcomm’s upcoming flagship Snapdragon 830 processor and will come with 6GB of RAM.

The Snapdragon 830 processor will reportedly be built on Samsung’s 10nm manufacturing process, have an octal-core setup, support upto 8GB of RAM and also support 4K display resolutions.

While Qualcomm hasn’t officially announced the Snapdragon 830, it is expected to ship with quite a few upcoming smartphones including the Samsung Galaxy S8, Microsoft Surface Phone, And the upcoming Turing phones.

Further details about the OnePlus 4 indicate that it will run on OnePlus’s own Oxygen OS running atop Android 7.0 Nougat (no confirmation for 7.1), the processor will be clocked at 3.0GHz and it will have a 4,000mAH battery.