Google could also be prepping to launch Pixel 4 in October. However, OnePlus is thrashing it to the punch. The maker of reasonably-priced phones at present introduced it’s going to reveal the OnePlus 7T series on September 26 officially.
It seems that in North America, the launch will only be live-streamed rather than booking a publicly-accessible venue as we’ve seen previously. You’ll be able to watch the start at 10:30 AM ET on OnePlus’ YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook pages. OnePlus will even be holding offline events in New Delhi and London, starting at 19:00 IST and 16:00 BST, respectively.
The company isn’t saying much beyond confirming the device’s name, and that it’s going to feature a silk-smooth 90hz display once again. The rumor mill has been pretty light so far; however, based on reliable person Steve Hommerstoffer (AKA OnLeaks), we should expect a Snapdragon 855+ on the brand new models, giving a small performance boost. In terms of features, there are some rumblings of a new 960fps Slow-Mo mode and a macro images feature.
If these are among the more significant changes do the device, you most likely won’t feel too compelled to upgrade from the already-excellent OnePlus 7 Pro; the company usually continues to sell its earlier model alongside the newer ones, so that you may be able to get an excellent deal on the 7 Pro once the 7T Pro is out.