When you get hold of a flagship phone, you know what you are genuinely getting — especially with it being from OnePlus.
Most specifically when it is OnePlus 10T (which was recently launched in the PH during their official comeback to the local market).
I already shared the initial photos on our Facebook page here.
Like I always do, as a tech blogger and a gadget reviewer, I migrated my apps and data from my old phone — the realme GT Neo 3. You can read my review here.
The whole experience, setting aside that usual excitement of unboxing a new device, is particularly awesome.
That’s probably because the OnePlus 10T comes with a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 CPU coupled with a16GB of LPDDR5 RAM.
The whole migration, including updating the apps on the new device, concluded in just 5 minutes.
I have 71 apps on my phone, a few custom settings for calls and SMS, locks, and passwords.
All these were migrated like magic. Five minutes.
For those of you who are planning to get the device, hear me out.
The packaging is huge and premium. Imagine buying a very expensive gift in a large box — that is exactly what you are going to take home.
Now imagine the cameras on this flagship phone — a 16MP front-facing camera and a back triple camera system with a 50MP primary sensor, an 8MP ultrawide lens, and a 2MP macro lens.
Here’s what I have.
The back camera module occupies nearly 80% of the space at the top. This is to accommodate the huge sensors of the 50MP plus the two other shooters for smooth photo and video captures.
It is also super glossy.
So expect that there will be many fingerprints all over the body of the phone.
OnePlus did not include a clear case in the packaging. But I am not sure if they are going to provide it in the retail package. Otherwise, you need to buy a protective case immediately.
That’s it for this super quickie article.
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