OnePlus 8T and 8T Pro will be the next major update of OnePlus, announced on October 14. Although OnePlus introduces its new range of smartphones each spring, it will refresh its original handsets in the fall and label them with a ‘T.’
Since 2016, OnePlus has created “T” series (smartphones) every year and we are curious in seeing how the outstanding OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro, which soon became our two favourite smartphones, can be enhanced. Now that we’re part of OnePlus Nord ‘s 8 series in the telephone line-up this year, it may be a little unique, but we also hope that OnePlus can send us a OnePlus 8 T, so that it can firmly define itself as one of the leading Android telephonists around.
Release and Prices:
On 14 October the OnePlus 8 T was launched by OnePlus officially.
OnePlus 8 begins in the USA at $699 and 8 Pro begins at $899. This may raise the expense of the latest series even more than the non-T-version and shift the standard OnePlus 8 T to the 8 Pro price bracket, even though it seems to have not provided too many high quality features.
OnePlus announced it would have a 6.55 “AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate for its next handset. The resolution is total HD+ and compares to the OnePlus 8, and the higher rate is the same as the OnePlus 8 Pro.
It will also have a high brightness of 1,100 nits and support HDR10 + material as well as a very reliable 100% DCI-P3 colour space.
OnePlus and Qualcomm have established partnerships, so the OnePlus 8 T would probably be fitted with the new Qualcomm chip, although the confusion is over which one. Some sources say 865, others say 865 +.
The phone is available in both 128 GB and 256 GB of ROM, with the first 8 GB of RAM and the second 12 GB of RAM.
OnePlus reported today that the upcoming OnePlus 8 T will accommodate 65W fast charging. The company reveals the latest technology “15 minute strength,” in fact a 15 minute charge would recover 58% of battery power with the phone charging 4.500mAh battery in just 39 minutes.