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OnePlus 7T Pro review: small updates make a great phone a little better
Under the right circumstances, there is nothing wrong with a minor specification, especially when it comes just six months after the device being upgraded. That's what OnePlus did with the £ 699 OnePlus 7T Pro, a recently upgraded version of the OnePlus 7 Pro earlier this year. It comes to Europe and Asia, but not to the US.
If you have already read the Verge OnePlus 7T review you will know what improvements to expect from the Pro model. There is a new macro mode, a larger battery, and the phone's processor is also slightly faster when graphing. Nothing impressive here, but a list of enhancements has also been added without compromising.
Then again, if you have already read our review of the OnePlus 7T, you will also know that we called this phone "the best of the 7 Pro, for less" because with it OnePlus took the super sliding 90Hz refresh rate of the Pro and plugged it into a device that cost between $ 70 and $ 100 less. The OnePlus 7T Pro is objectively a better phone than the OnePlus 7 Pro, but now it has much stronger competition from its own manufacturer in the form of the OnePlus 7T.