OnePlus has unveiled the 7T Pro for the global market, as well as India, completing the 7T series, its mid-year flagship upgrades. However, the company has seemingly entered the high-priced smartphone segment in the country, by pricing the 7T Pro at Rs 53,999 and then you have the McLaren edition 7T Pro at Rs 58,999.In terms of the design, and hardware, barring a few changes, there’s very little to suggest that a 7T Pro was necessary to launch this year.Having said that, you do get the 7T Pro powered by the latest Snapdragon 855 Plus chipset, also seen on the OnePlus 7T just a few weeks back. The 7T Pro will be available from 11 October onwards in the country, and same date for the 7T Pro McLaren Edition as well.OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition First Impressions: Worth Its Price Tag?Interestingly, the company has been touting the prowess of the Pro version device, and it’s doing once again with the 7T Pro, which is priced above 50K this time, and might not appeal to people targeted in the segment.After all, at these prices, OnePlus is going up against devices like the Apple iPhone XR and spend a few extra grand, you can get the Huawei P30 Pro with better cameras on offer.OnePlus 7T Pro also features an in-screen fingerprint reader, similar to what we saw on the 7 Pro. It’s still a Quad-HD screen with 1440 pixels resolution, that supports 90Hz refresh rate, which is now also available with the OnePlus 7T.Then, you have the Snapdragon 855 Plus, powering the 7T Pro, also available on the 7T which is priced for much less than these two. But instead of the water-drop notch, housing the front camera (as with the 7T), you get a pop-up unit, which again was made available with the 7 Pro.Does the OnePlus 7T Justify Its Bumped Up Price Tag?Talking about cameras, OnePlus 7T Pro carries a triple camera setup with 48, 16 and 8 megapixel sensors in tow, with aperture ranging between f/1.6 to f/2.2 and f/2.4 respectively, with optical image stabilisation (OIS) on the primary and telephoto lens this time around.They’ve somehow decided to bump up the battery from 4000mAh on the 7 Pro, to 4085mAh on the 7T Pro, which now charges through the Warp 30T charging unit.As for the McLaren Edition, it’s the same hardware, just that the design is more polished, with the McLaren badge and different shades in tow.So, these are the 7T Pro range of devices from OnePlus, launched for India and other markets. It is pricier than the 7 Pro without making discernible changes, except for the minor hardware upgrades. We'll get through this! Meanwhile, here's all you need to know about the Coronavirus outbreak to keep yourself safe, informed, and updated. The Quint is now available on Telegram & WhatsApp too, Click here to join.