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OnePlus shares Android 10 rollout schedule for OnePlus 6T, 6, 5T, and 5


The official rollout of Android 10 has already started for the OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro, but older OnePlus devices are still without the latest software. That won't be the case for too much longer, though, at least for some phones. OnePlus has shared a tentative schedule of when the OnePlus 6T, 6, 5T, and 5 will see the update, and it's as soon as this month.

The OnePlus 6T and 6 are scheduled to get an Oxygen OS Open Beta based on Android 10 sometime in the next couple of weeks, before the end of October. A stable build is expected to follow in November. The 5T and 5 won't be getting Android 10 Open Betas at all, but a stable update is planned for the second quarter of 2020 — that's sometime between April and the end of June.
In a forum post, OnePlus notes that "software development requires rigorous development and meticulous testings," and reiterates that the above dates are approximations that assume there aren't any hiccups in development. Considering how quickly the 7 Pro moved from Open Beta to stable, though, it seems likely the 6 and 5 families will stay on track.
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OnePlus 7T vs OnePlus 7T Pro – Here Are The Differences






OnePlus had introduced two new flagship-grade smartphones in the last couple of weeks. The OnePlus 7T initially launched back on September 26, while the OnePlus 7T Pro arrived yesterday, on October 10.
These two handsets are quite similar in terms of specs, though the "Pro" variant is arguably superior. They are not that similar in terms of the design, other than the fact they're both made out of metal and glass.
In this article, we'll try to give you a better idea as to what the differences are between the OnePlus 7T handsets. That will hopefully help you make a purchasing decision in the end. So, let's get started.
OnePlus 7T & OnePlus 7T Pro differences: notched vs notchless & flat vs curved

Let's talk about the design first, shall we. Both of these phones adopt the so-called 'metal sandwich' design. They also feature similar curves on the back, and their buttons are in pretty much the same places. Other than that, they're not exactly the same from the design standpoint.
The power / lock button is placed on the right on both devices, the same goes for an alert slider. The volume up and volume down buttons sit on the left. The main speaker is placed on the bottom of both phones, while the secondary sits in an earpiece.
The OnePlus 7T features a waterdrop display notch, while the OnePlus 7T Pro has a clean display, no notches or display holes. The OnePlus 7T's camera sits in that notch, while the OnePlus 7T Pro's is placed at the top of the phone. The Pro variant has a pop-up selfie camera.
The regular OnePlus 7T unit features a flat display, while the OnePlus 7T Pro adopts the same display as the OnePlus 7 Pro. In other words, the Pro model features a curved panel. We'll talk more about that later on.
Differences are visible on the back as well. The OnePlus 7T includes a circular camera setup, with three cameras inside it. The Pro variant, on the other hand, also has three cameras on the back, but they're vertically-aligned.
CPU, RAM & storage setups are similar

In the CPU department, these two phones are completely identical. Both phones feature Qualcomm's most powerful chip, the Snapdragon 855 Plus. This is an improved iteration of the Snapdragon 855, basically. It comes with some gaming-related improvements, and a higher clock speed.
As far as RAM is concerned, both phones utilize LPDDR4X RAM. The OnePlus 7T comes in one RAM variant, and the same goes for the Pro model… unless you count the McLaren Edition of the device, of course. Both the OnePlus 7T and 7T Pro ship with 8GB of RAM, while the special edition McLaren OnePlus 7T Pro includes 12GB of RAM.
The OnePlus 7T does come in two storage options, though, 128GB and 256GB flavors. That does not apply for Europe, though, as only the 128GB storage variant is available. The OnePlus 7T Pro, on the other hand, has 256GB of storage. Both phones utilize UFS 3.0 flash storage, by the way.
OnePlus 7T Pro has a higher-res display & larger battery

Both OnePlus 7T series handsets come with Fluid AMOLED displays, but they're not identical. The OnePlus 7T's panel is flat, and we're looking at a fullHD+ display on that phone. The OnePlus 7T Pro offers a QHD+ curved display. Both displays offer 90Hz refresh rate, though. The OnePlus 7T Pro's display is larger as well, it measures 6.65 inches, compared to a 6.55-inch display on the OnePlus 7T.
The smaller 7T handset includes a 3,800mAh battery, compared to a 4,085mAh unit on the OnePlus 7T Pro. So, both battery packs are a bit larger than on the OnePlus 7 series. Both units also offer faster charging than their predecessors, with Warp Charge 30T (23-percent improvement). Wireless charging is not a part of either phone.
There are some differences in the camera department as well

There is some difference in the camera department. Both phones utilize a 48-megapixel main camera. Both are covered with the same f/1.6 lens, and come with both OIS and EIS. A 16-megapixel ultrawide camera is also included on both phones, though there's a slight difference in the lens itself. On the OnePlus 7T, we're looking at a 17mm lens, while a 13mm one is included in the Pro model.
The two phones do not offer the same telephoto camera, though. The OnePlus 7T features a 12-megapixel telephoto camera (f/2.2 aperture, 1.0um pixel size, PDAF), that offers 2x optical zoom. The OnePlus 7T Pro, on the other hand, has the OnePlus 7 Pro's 8-megapixel telephoto camera (f/2.4 aperture, 1.0um pixel size, PDAF). This camera offers 3x optical zoom.
The OnePlus 7T Pro's camera setup may seem like a winner here, but that's not the whole story. The OnePlus 7T also includes a motor for macro photography, which allows you to get really close to subjects. So… it all depends on what you need. A 16-megapixel camera is included on both phones, the same one.
Different colors & pricing

The OnePlus 7T comes in Frosted Silver and Glacier Blue color variants. The Pro model, on the other hand, has been announced in the Haze Blue option. If you count in the OnePlus 7T Pro McLaren Edition, though, then the phone is available in the Papaya Orange variant as well.
The OnePlus 7T is priced at £549 in the UK, while it costs €599 elsewhere in Europe. The OnePlus 7T Pro, on the other hand, costs £699 in the UK. Its price tag for the rest of Europe is €759.
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OnePlus Teases Feature That May Replace An LED Notification Light






OnePlus has released a new, and rather interesting teaser. If we had to guess, we'd say that this is a new feature that will replace an LED notification light that is missing from recent OnePlus devices.
Do note that is just our guess, though, as OnePlus did not confirm it just yet. This feature has been teased by the company's OnePlus UK Twitter handle. It has been teased via an image that you can check above.
This new OnePlus feature may replace an LED notification light

As you can see, it shows a phone whose sides light up. This is probably a part of the Horizon Light feature that the company's flagships already utilize.
OnePlus already confirmed that this is not a teaser for a new phone, nor a new tempered glass screen protector, as one user suggested. Along with that image, OnePlus simply wrote 'Coming soon'.
What makes us think this is a replacement for an LED notification light? Well, OnePlus confirmed on several occasions that it is planning to offer a replacement for it. Many users have been requesting it, and this could be it.
Horizon Light is already a part of the company's phones. It does light up the sides when you receive a message, if enabled. It also offers you some additional settings that you can utilize.
This is a neat feature, but it does not replace an LED notification light, not at all. An LED notification light, which got removed with the OnePlus 6T, signalizes new notification(s) all the time. It will be there until you unlock the phone, and actually read the notification or at least mark it as read.
This is how we think it will work

If we had to guess how will this feature work, well… we presume that the sides will light up in different ways. OnePlus will probably offer several different styles and colors that you can choose from.
We presume that you'll be able to set a fixed place for the sides to light up. As a second option, that vertical ray of light may dance on the sides from top to bottom, or vice versa… and then disappear for a moment.
These are just our guesses, of course, but it seems like that's exactly what will happen. In any case, OnePlus is expected to announce this feature soon, so stay tuned for that.
This feature has been shown to run on a phone with a curved display, in the company's teaser image. We do believe that it will arrive to both the OnePlus 7 and 7T as well, though. Both of those phones have a flat display, but this is a software feature, and it can work well on both flat and curved displays (as long as they're OLED). It may look better on phones with curved displays, but that's beside the point.
OnePlus will hopefully reveal what exactly this teaser is about in the coming weeks. We could be completely wrong with our assumption… we'll see.
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OnePlus 8 Pro May Ship With A Silky Smooth 120Hz Display






The OnePlus 8 Pro may feature a 120Hz display, a recent tip suggests. This information comes from Max J., a well-known tipster. Now, it is a rather cryptic tip, at least at first, as he clears things up in the comments.
Max J. tweeted out a "120 Hz" picture, along with a "Be a pro" caption. In the comments, he did say that he's not talking about the Galaxy S11, and in a separate tweet, he simply wrote "1+". This is a clear confirmation that he's referring to the OnePlus 8 Pro.
The OnePlus 8 Pro coming in Q2 2020 with a 120Hz display

OnePlus is expected to introduce two handsets in Q2 2020, the OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro. Based on this tweet, only the OnePlus 8 Pro will include a 120Hz display. The OnePlus 8 will probably stick with a 90Hz display which the company used in three phones thus far.
The OnePlus 7 Pro, 7T, and 7T Pro feature 90Hz displays. OnePlus was not the first smartphone manufacturer to include a high refresh rate display in its phones, but it sure has popularized them.
Since then, Google boarded the high refresh rate train, and many more OEMs are expected to do it as well. The Galaxy S11 series is expected to include displays with high refresh rates, and the same goes for the iPhone 12 series.
The iPhone 12 series is actually rumored to include the 'ProMotion OLED' display, which is already a part of the iPad Pro, and comes with a 120Hz refresh rate. That may turn out to be false, though, as Apple may be looking to jump to 90Hz first. In any case, the iPhone 12 series is not expected to arrive until September next year, so… there's plenty of time for rumors and leaks.
OnePlus did commit to releasing smartphones with high refresh rate displays quite recently. The company basically said that we will not see a phone with a 60Hz display anymore. That suggested that they'll switch to 90Hz at least for the foreseeable future.
Some people expected both the OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro to include 90Hz displays, but it seems like OnePlus has other plans. A 120Hz display refresh rate may give consumers extra incentive to get the OnePlus 8 Pro over the regular model.
OnePlus will not be the first company to include a 120Hz panel on a phone

If that ends up happening, OnePlus will not be the first OEMs to include a 120Hz display into a phone. ASUS already did that with the ROG Phone II. That is a gaming smartphone, and is nowhere near as popular as OnePlus' devices. It's not exactly mainstream.
The OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro are expected to arrive in April or May. OnePlus is expected to stick with its release cycle, which is why we can predict this.
Both devices will be fueled by Qualcomm's upcoming flagship SoC, quite probably the Snapdragon 865. Both will include plenty of RAM, and ship with Android 10 out of the box.
You can also expect to get curved displays on both phones, as OnLeaks' leaked renders suggested. The company is planning to ditch tiny notches and motorized selfie cameras, it seems, and opt for a display camera hole. That may not be the best solution, but there you have it.
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