It's all in the details: Improved Ergonomics on the OnePlus 7T

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  2. Helder_DAlmeida , via OnePlus 6T Midnight Black , Nov 6, 2019 :
    I think that it's very important to a brand develop the ergonomics, for sure it will be a evolution on the next model's. For help on this it will be important to "listen" the community users maybe with a survey with some important questions about the daily use of the phone. "Never Settle"

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  3. P1545927331960
    Cupcake Nov 6, 2019

    P1545927331960 , Nov 6, 2019 :
    What about an "OnePlus Mini" so that people who don't like those big devices also enjoy the OnePlus experience!

  4. HFidalgo
    Gingerbread Nov 6, 2019

    HFidalgo , via OnePlus 7 Pro , Nov 6, 2019 :
    Why comparing the 7T with the 7Pro? I'm sorry but I don't get it...
    You're putting side by side two very different phones: different screens, different rear camera arrangements, a pop-up front camera, that implies a motor for it to move vs. a notched camera, different battery and even different vibrate motors...

    Can't see the point...


  5. Miratek
    Honeycomb Nov 6, 2019

  6. sridhargajula18
    Cupcake Nov 7, 2019

  7. Y1572177533166
    Eclair Nov 7, 2019

    Y1572177533166 , Nov 7, 2019 :
    so true bro I was also debating between OnePlus 7pro and 7T cause both have the same price in my country I picked the 7T for 2 main reasons....it is a flat screen and comes with 855+ chipset.With a curved screen it makes the device more fragile and hard to hold even though I lost that QHD display I'm happy with my purchase cause for me it's better

  8. legolas2019
    Gingerbread Nov 7, 2019

  9. B1567349947571
    Cupcake Nov 7, 2019

    B1567349947571 , Nov 7, 2019 :
    same issues with one plus 7 pro

  10. Sweet Flips
    Cupcake Nov 7, 2019

    Sweet Flips , Nov 7, 2019 :
    ergonomics wise, would really love the feature to allow us to be able to pull down the screen so we can easily reach the top parts of the phone, similar to ios's accessibility thing.

  11. E1570177154691
    Cupcake Nov 7, 2019

  12. Moonrace1+
    Cupcake Nov 8, 2019

    Moonrace1+ , via OnePlus 7 Pro , Nov 8, 2019 :
    I agree 7Pro is a bit heavy but I'm still loving it. I love bigger screens. Well I think if you need to have a better grip then you can buy those ergonomic cases which really helps.

  13. rico a
    Donut Nov 8, 2019

    rico a , Nov 8, 2019 :
    OnePlus 7T is my first OnePlus phone though I dream of having one for a long time. I could say that it's the best one I used so far. I'm a Safety Officer and I use the camera most of the time. It's so clear and I could take a shot from a distance....ergonomically friendly to the hand as well...no issues at all

  14. aabujarad
    Cupcake Nov 8, 2019

    aabujarad , Nov 8, 2019 :
    yes I agree, I owned oneplus 7pro and have the same issues you mentioned and have the 7t


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    Cupcake Nov 9, 2019

  18. Antonio_Luis
    Froyo Nov 9, 2019

    Antonio_Luis , via OnePlus 7T , Nov 9, 2019 :
    the one plus 7t fixed every issue I had with the 7 pro. this device is almost a perfect representation of one plus. the only thing it's lacking is the horizon line which has been on every one plus device prior to the 7pro. other than that I feel like this device is perfect.

  19. johnhart
    Ice Cream Sandwich Nov 9, 2019

    johnhart , Nov 9, 2019 :
    Add a mini PRICE and you've got something. I enjoyed my OP3 and I'm happy with my OP6T but I left iPhone because of forced high spec with high prices. I celebrate OnePlus for wanting to offer awesome flagships --

    -- but my next Droid (a year from now) will likely be Xiaomi unless OnePlus offers rebranded RealMes at reasonable prices.

  20. W1570546578701
    Cupcake Nov 10, 2019