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The OnePlus 7T offers a high-speed HDR display for $599

OnePlus doesn’t want its fans to have to wait a year for a phone with the most advanced chipset available. So in 2016 it started launching new flagships about every six months. Beginning with the OnePlus 3T, the company began doing sort of mid-cycle upgrades, or “T” variants each year. Then with the OnePlus 7, the company introduced a “Pro” version, offering a higher-end device for those willing to pay a bit more. Things got even more confusing when OnePlus got ready to launch the T-versions. For one, there’s no Pro version. At least not yet. Instead we’re only getting a OnePlus 7T. And weirdly, it gains some features once exclusive to the 7 Pro. It even packs a more powerful processor, but sticks with a lower res screen…

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