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OnePlus confirms that all devices in the 7T series will come with 90Hz ‘Fluid Displays’

Recently, OnePlus announced that it will be launching the OnePlus 7T alongside the OnePlus TV on September 26th in India. The company has been teasing features of the upcoming smartphone on its Twitter handle. 

The company has now confirmed that all devices in the OnePlus 7T series will come with a 90Hz display, and this feature will be called Fluid Display by the brand. To recall, the standard OnePlus 7 didn’t come with a 90Hz refresh rate which was seen on the Pro variant. OnePlus CEO Pete Lau also shared the first look of the upcoming OnePlus 7T. The official images reveal a circular rear camera design that is similar to the CAD renders we first revealed on Pricebaba. The module houses three horizontally stacked camera lenses and an LED flash below it. The smartphone flaunts a gradient Blue colour. It looks similar to the OnePlus 7’s Mirror Blue colour, but the bottom of 7T has a lighter shade of Blue while the top is in a darker shade. In the official forum, Lau mentioned that OnePlus is introducing a surface finish which is called ‘a smooth matte surface with a brilliant metallic radiance’.

As for the rest of the specifications, the OnePlus 7T is expected to feature a slightly bigger 6.55-inch AMOLED display with HDR 10+ support. It will retain the waterdrop notch and in-display fingerprint scanner found on the OnePlus 7. On the other hand, the 7T Pro will sport a notch-less display with pop-up selfie camera and a vertical camera setup on the back. Under the hood, the OnePlus 7T series is expected to house Snapdragon 855+ chipset coupled with up to 12GB RAM and UFS 3.1 256GB onboard storage. There is also expected to be a McLaren Edition of the 7T Pro. 

Rumors suggest that the OnePlus 7T may be equipped with a 48MP primary camera accompanied by a 12MP telephoto lens and a 16MP ultra-wide angle sensor. The smartphone may also be powered by a slightly larger battery unit of 3,800mAh capacity. 

We expect OnePlus to reveal more updates before the launch event next week. 

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