While the full spec sheets of both the 7T and 7T Pro have been leaked precisely seven days ago, CEO Pete Lau is trying to keep the buzz alive by trumpeting and detailing a proprietary technology dubbed Warp Charge 30T. Warp Charge 30T will be able to charge your device without overheating even when the user is playing game on the device simultaneously. Lau, though, has his reasons for not bringing the technology to its upcoming phone. However, if your OnePlus 7 or OnePlus 7 Pro device does not receive the beta 2 update, you can sideload the new software yourself by referring to the OnePlus guide here. That's a thoughtful integration considering OnePlus phones have proven to be a favourite among the gamer's community. Lau pointed out, "Wireless charging doesn't now offer the fast experience that we are comfortable adding to our devices". However, known leaker Ishan Agarwal reports that all OnePlus 7T variants will have 8GB RAM as a standard feature. It comes with 30W fast-charging that delivers 6 Amps at 5 Volts. OnePlus has used new ICs in both the charger and the phone, as well as finely tuned power management software. Even though some brands like Huawei and Samsung have faster-charging capabilities, OnePlus manages to stay afloat due to its early adoption and continually improving the tech.
The OnePlus 7T is said to be coming with a 3800mAh battery, while the OnePlus 7T Pro is said to be coming with a 4085mAh battery. While the OnePlus 7T may be backed by 3800mAh battery, the 7T Pro could house a larger 4085mAh battery. If the 7T's fast charging is going to better, we can expect to see some real difference. The phone is set to launch with Android 10 out-of-the-box.
OnePlus is going to officially launch OnePlus 7T in India on September 26. However, this is a good thing because with every tweet that Pete Lau posts, we get additional information about the upcoming smartphones that helps us paint a better picture of what they can do. Stay tuned for updates.