After much anticipation, the OnePlus 7T has finally made its way to Nepal. And we must say the pricing is pretty competitive over what we had seen before.
To talk about the device, OnePlus’ “T’ moniker has always been known for bringing some needed improvements. But this time, the OnePlus 7T offers some significant improvements compared to the normal OnePlus 7.
First, let’s take a look at the phone’s major change — the camera. The OnePlus 7T has a triple-camera setup out of which one is a 48MP Sony IMX586 like before but with a little brighter aperture of f/1.6 over f/1.7, like the OnePlus 7 Pro. Accompanying it is a 12MP 2X telephoto lens which is an upgrade over the 7 Pro which had an 8MP sensor with 3X optical zoom. However, unlike the Pro variant, this one doesn’t have an OIS.
Finally, the third one is an ultra-wide shooter with a 16MP sensor that comes with a 117-degree field-of-view, matching the 7 Pro. Similarly, it also supports Nightscape mode as before but in addition, gets two new features — the macro mode which shoots images from 2.5cm away and a 960fps slow-mo mode at 720p.
Not only the back but the front of the device also gets a major upgrade. The OnePlus 7T has a 90Hz screen which OnePlus likes to call Fluid AMOLED display. The screen measures 6.55-inch diagonally with an aspect ratio of 20:5, making it slightly taller than the OnePlus 7. The teardrop notch, however, is still present. And it tucks a 16MP selfie camera which is unchanged as well.
Besides the fluid frame rates, the display comprises HDR10+ support; suitable for enjoying your multimedia content with a wide range of colors. The resolution, however, is 1080p as opposed to the Pro’s QHD. But that doesn’t mean it’s not impressive, as the 7T can reach up to 1,000 nits of peak brightness, which is impressively high over the Pro’s 800 nits.
Another feature that will probably go unnoticed is the “T” in the Warp Charge 30T, which the phone supports. The single T signals that it’s 23% faster than prior 30W Warp Charge.
Keeping all bits and pieces aside, the OnePlus 7T is some of the few phones in Nepal to have a Snapdragon 855+ chipset. The chipset is not a major upgrade over the original but still, it is a welcome change for gaming. The memory configuration, which is a base variant, notice an upgrade too, i.e. 8GB of RAM and 128GB of UFS 3.0 storage.
OnePlus 7T Price in Nepal and Availability
Apart from upgraded specs and design, one major change, however, is its pricing. This time, the OnePlus 7T is available at a competitive price of Rs. 67,000 (8/128GB) in Nepal. The price tag makes it a pretty good buy considering the ludicrous cost of OnePlus phones in prior days.
Interested users can purchase the phone through offline as well as online stores.