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OnePlus 10T is the best in the series with fast charging

OnePlus 10T: OnePlus has added the OnePlus 10T to its lineup of high-end smartphones. Unsurprisingly, the company’s third smartphone in the 10-series this year has adopted a different strategy from previous models. The OnePlus 10 Pro, the company’s flagship model, was released in April, and the OnePlus 10R followed later in the same month. There isn’t a base model comparable to the OnePlus 9 (or the OnePlus 10), and this is a first. Instead, the company introduced a R and T version of the gadget. This is the shortest time we have seen a T-variant for a flagship handset to release; it originally started as an annual or mid-year update.

The 8GB RAM & 128GB storage version of the OnePlus 10T is available for a starting price of 49,999. A variation with 12GB RAM & 256GB storage is furthermore offered for $54,999. And lastly, a model with 16GB of RAM and 512GB of storage is offered for $55,999. The OnePlus 10T will be available for pre-order starting today and for purchase starting August 6th on Amazon and OnePlus’s own website.

The OnePlus 10T departs from the recent trend of T versions receiving an entirely different aesthetic treatment. I make this claim because, from a distance, there are only a few subtle visual differences between the 10T and the 10 Pro. So far, a few of my friends have mistaken it for the 10 Pro. The fact that you are getting the premium appeal at a reduced price is wonderful news for 10T customers.

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Although it lacks the Hasselblad logo, the camera island and flushness are the same as on the 10 Pro. Although I didn’t like this design at first, it does grow on you. Due to the resemblance, utilising it also gives you a premium feeling. The OnePlus 10T is obviously noticeable in the hand and has a robust feel to it. At least from the perspective of design, it doesn’t feel like a toned-down version. Jaded Green, a paler variation of the emerald green we see on the 10 Pro, is the colour option I have. Although this colour is passable, I really preferred the moonstone black shade.

The phone is sturdy and has Corning Gorilla Glass 5 on the front and back for protection. The Pro version has the superior Gorilla Glass Victus, as you should be aware. Even so, it’s a useful feature that does a nice job; the difference isn’t as obvious. Despite having a large screen and 203 grammes in weight, the weight distribution is acceptable. The feel in the hand is also suitable. Users with little hands, however, might find it challenging to reach the screen’s corners.

The OnePlus 10T integrates Oxygen OS 12.1 with Android 12 out of the box. The Oxygen OS keeps its history up front, and there isn’t much bloatware on the gadget. The OnePlus store apps including Netflix are also present and can be removed.

The Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 CPU, an improvement over the 8 Gen 1 chipset we see in the 10 Pro, powers the OnePlus 10T. Even while the performance upgrade isn’t very impressive, it does improve upon the limitations of its forerunner.
The options for supporting hardware are also good. For instance, the model with me includes 256GB of internal storage and 12GB of RAM. Combining these requirements yields a performance that leaves very little room for criticism.

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