OnePlus 7 vs OnePlus 6T: Everything You Need to Know

OnePlus 7 vs OnePlus 6T

Since the time one plus was launched in India, it has become the prime driver for many. It surely is a performance champion which is only been getting better with time. The company has always shown up when it comes to adopting trends. From slim bezels on OnePlus 5T to a wide display cutout on OnePlus 6 to a smaller, waterdrop notch on OnePlus 6T, the company has done it all.

As the ritual thing, OnePlus launch its smartphone in every six months so as per speculations, the company is going to launch its OnePlus 7? How do you think are these both smartphones different from each other?

A Slider Camera:

As per the speculations, one plus is going to drop the water drop notch which was present in OnePlus 6T and was universally loved by everyone. In the image leaked, OnePlus 7 will have all screen display.

The company has integrated the slider camera mechanism to achieve this design. The design is quite similar to other smartphones like Xiaomi Mi Mix 3, Lenovo Z5 Pro and Honor Magic 2. In OnePlus 7 there will be no notch system.

OnePlus 7 Slider Camera

Is the Slider Good?

The slider mechanisms are made by keeping the screen to body ratio. The mechanism come with following question stated below –

• The slider may compromise the uncertified water resistance which comes with OnePlus 6T unibody phones.
• The phone will become marginally thicker and possibly more prone to damages in case of odd falls.

What’s new in OnePlus 7?

OnePlus always packs its phones full of cutting-edge specs and features, yet it always sticks with a Full HD screen, which isn’t a match for most of the top-end flagships.

That may well be keeping costs down, but it’s time the range made the jump to QHD, especially given that its screens are getting bigger, so we want to see that happen for the OnePlus 7.

Wireless charging and more power

Despite having a glass back, the OnePlus 6 doesn’t support wireless charging, which seems like a major omission for a flagship phone. This is probably a cost-cutting measure and, in a sense, seems reasonable, since we doubt wireless charging is a heavily used feature, but it would be nice to have. It’s a given that OnePlus 7 will come with the latest 7nm Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset – an upgrade from Snapdragon 845 on OnePlus 6T.

OnePlus 7

Dual or Triple Rear Cameras?

As we have seen a lot of smartphones such as Samsung and Apple are adopting this triple rear camera thing. So, might be OnePlus 7 is configured with it. GizmoChina reports that concept renders of the OnePlus 7 are out already that follow this design principle and show the rear to have three cameras. It seems that the upcoming trend would be to have a small circular cut-out area for the front camera with the display covering the entirety of the front panel.

An Affordable Pricing or Competing Apple?

OnePlus has proved itself in every way be its high-end devices, top performance or low cost. This new upgrade of OnePlus 7 might have a slight increase in the price. As per the information, expected price of OnePlus 7 in India is expected to be Rs. 39,990 which is obviously far cheaper than big brand flagships like Samsung Galaxy S10 and Apple iPhone 11.

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