OnePlus 7T Review

The OnePlus 7T is leveled up with 3 cameras and a 90Hz screen

OnePlus 7T Review
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Digital Camera World Verdict

The OnePlus 7T succeeds where the OnePlus 7 failed – it isn’t just an incremental update, it’s a welcome overhaul and a worthy alternative to the 7 Pro. It combines stellar design with an excellent stills and video camera, not to mention a very good-looking 90Hz screen. With no major shortcoming, provided you’re okay with its lack of a headphone jack and wireless charging, it’s a very easy phone to recommend.


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    Incredibly smooth video

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    Great stills camera

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    Stunning 90Hz display


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    No headphone jack

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    No wireless charging

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    No expandable storage

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The OnePlus 7 was a great phone with a decent camera, but it didn’t offer any flexibility across focal lengths – and at its price was outgunned by the likes of the Honor 20 Pro and Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro. Now the OnePlus 7T boosts the line’s imaging credentials with a trio of rear cameras, a 2.5cm macro photography feature and a silky smooth 90Hz screen. 

While the UK price is yet to be confirmed, the OnePlus 7T is expected to launch for around $599, so it’s definitely not a budget camera phone. So is this upper mid-range smartphone going to sate keen photographers’ picture-taking needs, or would they be better off looking at pricier flagships like the Samsung Galaxy S10, or more affordable options like the Motorola One Zoom?

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Basil Kronfli

Basil Kronfli is a freelance technology journalist, consultant, and content creator. He trained in graphic design and started his career at Canon Europe before moving into journalism. Basil is also experienced in video production, independently running the YouTube channel TechEdit, and during his time at Future, he worked alongside the Digital Camera World team as a senior video producer.