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OnePlus announce 7T, 7T Pro and McLaren Edition

In London yesterday OnePlus announced European launch information on the already confirmed 7T, and also added with a Pro version and the McLaren, after all, this was the 7T Series so was always going to be more than just one device.

The 7T takes the benefits of the 7 Pro such as amazing triple-camera system, smooth 90hz display and long battery life, yet make it more affordable starting at just £549.

With amazing value for money, the improvements in the camera technology allow for even better photos than the 7 Pro with a new Macro mode and better night photography including wide angle shots.

The 7T Pro is a small upgrade adding new camera features from the 7T and faster charging, but keeps the same sleek design that caught a lot of attention when it was announced earlier in the year.

The 7T Pro costs £699 and comes in two colours, both with the same configuration of RAM and storage.

Finally there was the McLaren Edition which looks amazing in person and as expected features all the top set of specifications.

Based on the 7T Pro design, the McLaren Edition has a huge 12GB RAM, 256GB of storage, the triple camera setup on the back, popup selfie camera and that impressive 90hz display.

The McLaren edition has a very black and orange theme to it because of the tie in with the racing company, and the back has a very interesting design you can see in the photo.

You also get a really nice case included in the box which is carbon looking in design with alecanta to add extra grip, and it looks great!

The McLaren Edition costs £799 and goes on sale on the 5th November where as the 7T and 7T Pro go on sale the 17th October via OnePlus website and network partners.

OnePlus are proud of their OS too called Oxygen OS and had received the highest rating from customers with a score of 9.0.

Oxygen OS 10 is based on Android 10, and all three new devices come with it installed out of the box for the best user experience.

The update allows even more customisation that previous versions and will be a bit with users both on the new phones and on older OnePlus phones going back to the 5T.

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