Both have 90Hz Fluid Displays and are available via Amazon, John Lewis and Partners and on various tariffs at Three.
The lower-end 7T has 8GB RAM, 128GB storage and comes in at a price of £549.
The 7T Pro also has 8GB RAM but packs a whopping 256GB of storage and some other superior specs. The price is obviously a little higher too, at £699.
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When we reviewed the OnePlus 7T we were impressed with fast charging, its performance and screen, but the camera was far from the best we’ve seen on a smartphone.
The OnePlus 7T is the a 0.5 update to the OnePlus 7 that launched earlier this year. It aims to offer buyers a number of subtle, but important hardware improvements on its predecessor.
Highlights include an upgraded Fluid AMOLED display, more powerful CPU, better fast charging and a new triple-sensor rear camera.
At £549, we think the 7T is great value for money. The design is appealing and the screen is fantastic. If you’re going to invest in a 7T though, it’s probably worth buying a case to protect the glass on the reverse of the handset.
We were less convinced, however, with the update between the OnePlus 7 Pro and the OnePlus 7T Pro. The phone does make a few, small, noteworthy changes, but overall we don’t think enough has been done.
If you’ve already invested in a OnePlus 7 Pro, there’s little reason to upgrade to the OnePlus 7T Pro. The phone is, at best, a modest refinement on its predecessor. But that doesn’t stop it being a great smartphone that will meet 99% of users needs.
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Complementing the 7T series, the OnePlus Bullets Wireless 2 headphones are due to be available soon in a new Olive Green flavour. OnePlus said: “With incredible sound across bass and high frequencies, Bullets Wireless 2 offer great sound on-the-move.”