In October, Google might be prepping to launch the Pixel, but OnePlus is beating it to the hit. Today, it has been announced by the maker of reasonably-priced phones that on September 26, it will officially reveal the OnePlus 7T series.
It appears that in North America, the commence will only be live-streamed rather than reserving a publicly-accessible venue as we’ve seen before. On Facebook pages, OnePlus’ YouTube, as well as, on Twitter you will be able to watch the launch at 10:30 AM ET. OnePlus will also be holding offline events in London and New Delhi starting at 16:00 BST and 19:00 IST, respectively.
Beyond confirming the name of the device, the company is not saying much, and that it will once again feature a silk-smooth 90 Hz screen. The rumor mill has been quite light so far, but as per the reliable leaker AKA OnLeaks (Steve Hommerstoffer), on the new models on the new models, giving a little performance boost. In terms of features, there are some rumblings of a macro photography feature and a new 960fps slow-mo mode.
If these are some of the major changes do the gadget, you possibly won’t feel too compelled to improve from the already-excellent OnePlus 7 Pro. Alongside the newer one, the company usually continues to sell its earlier models, so once the 7T Pro is out, you may be able to get a good deal on the 7 Pro.