OnePlus 8T – Speed it Up!
Last Updated on June 10, 2021 by TM
The OnePlus 8T is here, I title this post “speed it up” because that is the number one thing you are quick to notice the moment you lay your hands on this very phone.
This is a global mid-range smartphone that is just all over the place spec-wise. OnePlus deliberately skip some popular features like wireless charge simply to lower the price.
That said, you still have tons of features to enjoy in Nigeria. The 120Hz refresh rate is number one. Gaming here is also a thing of joy. The design and the camera lights too.
OnePlus 8T Key features
Announced: October, 2020 Display-size: 6.4inches Resolution: 2400 x 1080p OS: Android 11 Battery: 4500mAh Selfie Camera: 16MP Rear Camera: 48MP + 16MP + 5MP + 2MP RAM: 8/12GB ROM: 128GB/256GB Network: 5G In-display fingerprint Scanner Face Unlock
OnePlus 8T Price in Nigeria
The OnePlus 8T is available in two simple colors: Lunar Silver and Aquamarine Green. It is selling at a global mid-range price that starts at $749 in Nigeria. It is available for purchase in online and offline stores.
Design & Display
On this very piece of Tech is a meticulously crafted device that is just as slim, the slim contours on the OnePlus 8T create a perfect frame bringing this very phone to life.
The freshly updated aesthetic delivers the same uncompromising experience in a bold, clean new look. To meet the evolving needs of OnePlus smartphone users in Nigeria.
The breathtaking, flowing display on the OnePlus 8T creates a completely seamless landscape connecting edge to stunning edge. So what do we have on the display?
On the OnePlus 8T is a 6.55″ Fluid AMOLED display that delivers excellence in each frame. As you explore in Nigeria, you will notice the onscreen transformation experience with a 120 Hz refresh rate for seamless scrolling.
And with a super-low response latency, swiping is believing. A visual feast for the eyes, industry-leading design personifies the Never Settle spirit of OnePlus. You heard that?
Camera & Battery
The Camera kind of cut it simple. At the back, we’ve got a 48 MP Main f/1.75 camera, 16MP Ultra-Wide Angle f/2.2 camera, 5MP macro lens, and 2MP monochrome lens. The number sum up to 4. In front is a 16MP selfie camera. This is enough to take good photos in Nigeria.
On the battery, there is a massive 4,500mAh battery that powers the OnePlus 8T all-day long. If you worry about charging, the Warp Charge 65 got you covered. With this, you can enjoy a day’s power in 15 minutes in Nigeria.
When you buy one in Nigeria, you will notice that there is are two USB-C port. One on the adaptor, the other is plugged in to the phone. Aside the OnePlus 8T, you can use the 65W charger to turbo charge compatible phones, tablets and even laptops in Nigeria.
OnePlus 8T Specification
|Color:||Lunar Silver and Aquamarine Green|
|Capacity:||4500 mAh non-removable|
|Fast Charge:||Warp Charge 60|
|Operating System:||OxygenOS based on Android 11|
|WiFi:||2×2 MIMO, Support 2.4G/5G, Support WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/ax|
|Indisplay Fingerprint Sensor||Yes|
|Ambient Light Sensor||Yes|
If I describe the OnePlus 8T as a very good smartphone in Nigeria, you are surely going to reply me with a simple statement. “Oh! This is exactly what most people would say.” What is the downside here? Wireless charge is the number one though, I wish it had one.
But we sure have to think it straight if we want to compare it with other smartphones in her class in Nigeria. The OnePlus 8T didn’t have it all as we were expected. I am not surprised to see this though, if the 8T have it all, what’s gonna happen to the already existing 8 Pro?