The OnePlus 8T is for sale in the Netherlands from today. The smartphone is notable for its fast hardware, the smooth 120Hz screen and the battery that charges super fast.
Read on after the ad.
Buy OnePlus 8T: check the best offers
The recently announced OnePlus 8T has officially gone on sale. The smartphone is available both separately and with a subscription and comes in two colors: Aquamarine Green (green) and Lunar Silver (silver). The 8T has a suggested retail price of 599 euro and for that you get the model with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage space. If you choose the variant with 12GB RAM and 256GB storage, you pay 699 euro.
In the price comparator above we list the best prices for one loose OnePlus 8T on a row. It is also possible to use the OnePlus 8T with a subscription in-house, where you can go to all major providers. The phone follows the OnePlus 8 from earlier this year and is not only cheaper on appearance, but also has better hardware.
For example, the OnePlus 8T has a smooth 120Hz screen, which ensures that the smartphone feels super fast. Also present is a 4500 mAh battery that charges very quickly. With the included 65 Watt adapter, the phone is already 58 percent full after 15 minutes of charging. Fully charging the OnePlus device takes less than 40 minutes. Many Android phones take much longer to charge.
Also read the OnePlus 8T review
We recently completed an extensive review of the OnePlus 8T published, in which we discuss the pros and cons of the device. You can read the conclusion of the review below. Also check the video review, in which you can see the 8T in action.
The OnePlus 8T is not a major upgrade compared to the OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro, but it is a nice improvement. The charging speed in particular is convincing: the battery is completely full within a little over half an hour. In addition, the device is just as expensive as the OnePlus 8.
Because the hardware has largely remained the same and the improvements are mainly in the higher refresh rate and cameras, the OnePlus 8T is a particularly interesting alternative to the OnePlus 8. The differences with the OnePlus 8 Pro are less significant. It is therefore wise that the company has not released an 8T Pro, because it would be too little distinctive.