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OnePlus 7T Dual-SIM 128GB/8GB RAM (GSM, CDMA) Factory Unlocked 4G/LTE Android Smartphone - International Version (Glacier Blue)
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- For USA Buyers : This Smartphone is compatible/will work with CERTAIN GSM and/or CDMA Networks ONLY. For exact 2G GSM, 3G, 4G/LTE and CDMA compatibility, please check with your network provider in advance prior to your purchase.
- Dual-SIM, Networks : SIM CARD 1 [ 2G GSM | 3G UMTS 800(B19) /850(B5) / 900(B8) / 1700(B9) / 1700|2100(B4) / 1900(B2) / 2100(B1) and/or TD-SCDMA B34 / B39 | 4G FDD-LTE 700(B12) / 700(B13) / 700(B17) / 700(B28) / 700(B29) / 800(B18) / 800(B19) / 800(B20) / 850(B5) / 850(B26) / 900(B8) / 1500(B32) / 1700|2100(B4) / 1700|2100(B66) / 1800(B3) / 1900(B2) / 1900(B25) / 2100(B1) / 2600(B7) : TDD-LTE 1900(B39) / 2100(B34) / 2300(B40) / 2500(B41) /2600(B38) | CDMA : BC0 / BC1 ] and SIM CARD 2 [ 2G GSM ]
- 6.55 inches, Fluid AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors, 1080 x 2400 pixels, Corning Gorilla Glass
- 128GB Storage, 8GB RAM, No Card slot
- Android 10.0; OxygenOS 10.0.3, Qualcomm SDM855 Snapdragon 855+ (7 nm), Octa-core (1x2.96 GHz Kryo 485 & 3x2.42 GHz Kryo 485 & 4x1.78 GHz Kryo 485), Adreno 640 (700 MHz)
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OnePlus 7T With a responsive 90 Hz refresh rate and the latest HDR10+ technology, the OnePlus 7T’s Fluid Display is smooth, vivid, and incredibly immersive. If it sounds too good to be true, just wait until you see it.
For USA Buyers : This Smartphone is compatible/will work with CERTAIN GSM and/or CDMA Networks ONLY. For exact 2G GSM, 3G, 4G/LTE and CDMA compatibility, please check with your network provider in advance prior to your purchase.
2G : GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 and/or
3G : UMTS 800(B19) /850(B5) / 900(B8) / 1700(B9) / 1700|2100(B4) / 1900(B2) / 2100(B1) and/or
: TD-SCDMA B34 / B39 and/or
4G : FDD-LTE 700(B12) / 700(B13) / 700(B17) / 700(B28) / 700(B29) / 800(B18) / 800(B19) / 800(B20) / 850(B5) / 850(B26) / 900(B8) / 1500(B32) / 1700|2100(B4) / 1700|2100(B66) / 1800(B3) / 1900(B2) / 1900(B25) / 2100(B1) / 2600(B7)
: TDD-LTE 1900(B39) / 2100(B34) / 2300(B40) / 2500(B41) /2600(B38)
CDMA : BC0 / BC1
Important : please check with your network provider for compatibility check before you purchase.
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The phone is great. The only thing I didn't like is that the vibrate motor is very weak even on high power. It is, however, very smooth and quick to start and stop for tactile feedback. The phone is quick to load and switch between apps, google play app store works with it, screen was bright and very smooth with the 90hz refresh rate. The battery would last me about a day and a half, I would use it to punch in at work, chat with clients for maybe 30 min total, check a message board or website for maybe an hour total, and that's it. I'm not a heavy phone user. I wanted something responsive, with an LED screen (never want to go back to LCD) and good battery life and a good camera for social media crap, at a price that wouldn't drain my wallet. Most manufacturers only offer that level of competence on their flagships and at ~$1000 so I was happy to find this phone. I was extremely pleased with the device and wish I could keep it.
It has been a month since I mailed it back and I still haven't received a refund. Not sure what the deal is with that, but I'm waiting on the refund so that I can hopefully get a US model. Amazon has always been prompt in the past so I don't know what the hold up is...
Putting this phone on Verizon goes like this: Vzw defaults to sending a device texts through CDMA unless it is flagged as a CDMA-less device. This device needs that flag because it has no CDMA antenna. You can't set that flag unless the device is officially added to the network. They won't add it to the network because the model number is different from the US released model, which is the only one that is 'verified' to work
This took a month of back and forth through the tech support chat app. Vzw would close my tickets without notifying me or giving any kind of resolution brief. No way to track the issue in order to bring the next tech up to speed. I had to track it all myself and then argue my case and present the findings of the previous tier 2 techs just to get past the tier 1 techs and have an add-device request form submitted to some shadow division of the company. I'd be told I would be notified how it went, then it would get closed and I wouldn't get notified, and I'd have to start all over again. Loads of fun. At least tech support staff was patient with me and as helpful as I could hope for given the communication and documentation challenges.
Why not just call tech support? Because Verizon's phone-in tech support requires you to receive text messages, which is the problem in the first place. I set up an in-person appointment but when I arrived I was informed that they no longer do tech support in person due to the Covid plague.
Otherwise, the phone works great; makes and receive's calls, downloads and uploads data. The Vzw techs insist that the phone lacks software that allows it to be compatible with their network, but everything on the phone works with the network aside from that text/CDMA flag issue, which leads me to believe the tier 1 techs are working with very limited information. I could be wrong, who knows.
I would not recommend buying this phone.
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The best feature of this phone and the main reason I feel like it's a worthwhile upgrade from my OnePlus 6 is the 90Hz display. It really does feel so much smoother than a traditional 60Hz display. If I enable 60Hz in settings it feels laggy by comparison and I used to consider my 60Hz OnePlus 6 one of the smoothest phones around.
The build quality and design is also superb. I love the texture of the back. It's glass but it feels like metal and the subtle shift of colour when tilting in the light is really nice, as is the light blue aluminium used on the edges. I also much prefer flat displays - it's the reason I chose the 7T not the 7T Pro. The display gets really bright and is extremely vibrant. This phone feels thoughtfully designed and stands out.
I also have to mention the fingerprint sensor and face unlock. Considering it's under the display I was expecting the fingerprint to be slower than the rapid physical one on my OnePlus 6 but it's exactly the same speed. Practically instant, as is the face unlock.
The vibration motor is also vastly improved. It has tight little vibrations now. It's not very strong but it definitely gives the sort of haptic feedback you'd get on an iPhone or Pixel, just not as strong. The stereo speakers are good too and very, very loud at full volume with no distortion. And charging is silly fast. Battery is good (5 hours screen on time for me) but it's almost irrelevant because you can top 70% in less than half an hour.
The camera is good. Outside in daylight I feel like it stands up there with the best of the best. Things deteriorate the worse the lighting gets. It can still produce a striking photo with the Nightscape option if the subject is completely still but in general it struggles in lower light. The Super Macro mode is impressive though - you can hold the phone about an inch away from a subject and get impressive detail. Almost every other phone would produce blurry results in the same scenario but you can get close up details of water drops, hair follicles, insects or whatever tickles your fancy.
I do have a few complaints. The obvious: no wireless charging, no headphone port and they didn't even put a dongle in the box! There's also no notification LED and no Always On Display option, so there's no way of knowing if you have notifications waiting for you without tapping or lifting the phone.
Oxygen OS is ridiculously fast and smooth but it is quite minimalistic. Not as bad as the Pixel phones but it's lacking in options compared to the Samsungs and Xiaomis of the world, so if you want features galore this phone might not be for you.
I would say this phone suits someone who wants the slickest, fastest, smoothest mobile OS. If you prioritise the most features or the best camera I would say look elsewhere. But for day to day use I don't think there's a better phone at any price.
So, to keep this short.
•The screen gets super bright and very dim, it is a fantastic panel.
•Battery life is very good and charging speed is amazing.
•Software is simple but very easy to change up and makes this one of the only phones I won't put Nova Launcher on.
•The design and build are sleek and pretty if ya don't mind the circular (rather sharp) camera bump. Just don't try to bend it.
The camera is worse than the OP6, both front and back. How 48mp (even the mode itself) can be so blurry and soft I don't know (the cat photo) Selfies also have a soft overly contrasty look which is neither detailed or appealing. The only highlight to the camera is its macro mode, which does give good results to its credit (as shown).
The Sony IMX586 seems to be an easy high number to advertise, but it simply isn't very good. I have tried Mi 9, Mi 9T Pro, Oppo Reno 10x and both OP7Pro and this 7T, and none of them produce the types of images that compete with Pixel 3a, Samsung S10, iPhone 11 or the Mi Mix 3.
So if camera isn't super important, this is an easy recommendation. But with the lower costs of Pixel 3a or used/some new S10s, I would sway that way depending on the feature set you're after. Shame, this was 2019 phone of the year for a lot of tech reviewers, and I wish I could say the same, but I just can't.
camera from the little time I've played with it seems very good and the ability to take macro shots is even better another thing the 7 pro won't be getting , much more comfortable in hand than the 7pro as well and lighter , and no more accidentall touches from that curved edge display flat is much better I think , box presentation is sweet as well nice case included and pre installed screen protector , and loving the blue colour looks gorgeous , if looking for a flagships spec phone without the 1k price tag look no further it's definitely a no brainer worth every penny
The build quality of the 7T is excellent – the aluminium sides against the frosted glass back make the device feel premium, and the frosted surface minimizes fingerprints. The alert-slider which quickly sets mute/vibrate/ring is extremely convenient. Screen bezels are barely there, and the tear-drop notch is centered so it does not obstruct content on the display. The stereo speakers are loud, clear and the sound is of good quality even at full volume, but bear in mind that there is no headphone jack. The optical fingerprint sensor is great – it’s fast and reliable, and not adversely affected by a glass screen protector. I personally like the round camera module on the back but it is not to everyone’s taste, and it does protrude a fair bit, although this isn’t noticeable with a case fitted. You’ll appreciate the gorgeous fluid AMOLED display, which has excellent clarity and bright colours. The 90Hz refresh rate makes more difference than you’d think – it’s super smooth with no lag. I could never use a phone with 60Hz again!
The camera includes a wide angle lens and a macro lens – both good fun. The macro allows you to get within an inch of an object and capture astonishing detail (in good lighting!), resulting in some impressive shots. The main camera takes perfectly acceptable photos, but tends to have too much contrast and loses detail in the shadows. Colours are slightly over-saturated, and pictures can lack sharpness and detail. More ‘techy’ people may look to install a GCam port to replicate the Pixel software and improve picture quality. Those looking for the best camera for the lowest price may consider the Google Pixel 3a.
Battery life is good – easily lasting a full day and reaching approx. 7hrs screen-on time. I’m still impressed by the sheer speed of Warp Charge, which will get you from zero to 70% in 30mins. There is no wireless charging, but I have not missed the convenience due to the effectiveness of Warp Charge.
The 7T runs on Oxygen OS – widely considered to be one of the best Android skins. It’s very close to ‘stock Android’, with some added helpful features that don’t just feel like filler/bloatware that you’d get with other brands. The UI feels clean, smooth and optimized – menus are simple and easy to navigate, and there are some nice customization options. The phone runs fluidly and intuitively, and the 8GB RAM and chipset will ensure you do not experience stuttering or lag. The high performance will also not depreciate as quickly as other brands, particularly e.g. Samsung, who’s devices are known to slow down prematurely. Also, unlike Samsung’s One UI, you can expect timely and frequent system updates.
Despite OnePlus prices creeping up, I consider the 7T excellent value. I personally have ditched my Samsung S10+ in favour of this device – which was £300 more expensive at the time of purchase. The 7T is my first OnePlus phone, but certainly not my last!