The latest mid-cycle OnePlus refresh arrived with the OnePlus 8T and now we have our video review which covers everything you need to know about it. The main additions come in the form of the 120Hz refresh rate display and 65W Warp Charger as well as the redesigned camera cutout around the back.
Speaking of the cameras we have a brighter f/1.7 aperture on the main 48MP shooter, wider 123-degree ultrawide lens and higher res 5MP macro cam alongside a new 2MP depth sensor to keep the numbers going. Results were good but not great as as the case with the OnePlus 8.
Under the hood, we have the same trusty Snapdragon 865 paired with 8 or 12GB RAM and 128/256GB non-expandable storage. Performance was top notch and the phone handled everything thrown at it with ease.
On the software front, we got our first look at Android 11 alongside OxygenOS 11 which has taken some cues from Samsung’s One UI. Battery endurance was solid at 104-hours in our proprietary test and charging to to 100% took just 39 minutes flat.
If you want to know more you can always check out our complete written review which goes into even more detail.