OnePlus 3T raises the smartphone phone stakes with its huge, PC-like RAM, beefed-up cameras and quick -charge battery
February 26 2017: Smartphones have become a part of our lifestyle and just like fashion trends, the devices also keep upgrading. There are many of us who like to stay update and sometimes also keep changing phones like changing clothes. Maybe that could be one of the reasons why OnePlus recently came up with an upgraded 3T, that too within few months after launching the OnePlus 3.
The device comes in two color variants of gold and gunmetal and is curved at the edges of the anodized aluminum body. It feels slim and sleek, weighing 158 grams with 7.35 mm thickness. If you liked the looks of OnePlus 3, then you will definitely like the 3T too. The 5.5 inch AMOLED display produces sharp images with 1080p Full HD resolution. There’s a feature for display customization, which allows users to customize colour settings. There’s also the sRGB mode (standard Red, Blue, Green), which is primarily used in computer monitors, printers etc for accurate color reproduction. For screen protection, the device comes with a slightly older version, the corning gorilla glass 4.
One of the highlights of this device is the performance. The OnePlus 3T with a 6 GB RAM and Snapdragon 821 processor is ideal for the multi-tasking. If you are someone who keeps two or three apps running at the same time or enjoys playing intensive games, you will never have a problem with device. The Oxygen OS is upgraded and runs on top of the latest Android Nougat. The device comes in two non-expandable storage variants, 64 GB and 128 GB.
To woo selfie enthusiasts, OnePlus has ramped up the front camera to 16 megapixels with f/2.0 aperture. The rear camera also has the same resolution with f/2.0 aperture, optical image stabilization, and phase detection autofocus. The images with both the front and rear cameras were neat, crisp and clear. You can also shoot 4K videos.|The device supports 4G LTE and can accommodate dual SIMs. It has a finger print scanner at the front. The 3,400 mAh battery lasts one day and there’s also the fast charging technology, the Dash Charge.