OnePlus has launched the ‘T’ version of the seventh generation device. The OnePlus 7T is seen as the middle point between OnePlus 7 and the 7 Pro, both announced earlier this year.Because of its upgrades, the 7T is priced starting from Rs 37,999 which is 5K more than what you paid for the OnePlus 7. But it is Rs 12,000 less than the price of the OnePlus 7 Pro.So, the question we’re asking is, should buyers consider the OnePlus 7T over the regular 7?OnePlus 7T Launches With 90Hz Screen & Triple Cameras at Rs 37,999Design and DisplayOnePlus 7T looks identical to the OnePlus 7, except that, you get a smaller water drop notch with the former. The screen size and the resolution are almost the same and the display profile is simple, thin bezels on the side and bottom chin is visible too.The screen size has been increased from 6.4-inch to 6.5-inch, which has marginally added display real estate for viewing.At the back, you can choose between metallic and glass finish variants, where you’ll come across three cameras, (adding to the weight) which wasn’t there on the OnePlus 7. Also, you won’t find a physical fingerprint scanner, which is placed underneath the screen yet again.But more importantly, the 7T has been bestowed with a 90Hz refresh rate display, which was first experienced on the OnePlus 7 Pro and it’s good to see the T version of the OnePlus 7 getting it now.In comparison to previous years, the T version of OnePlus 7 has some major differences, and these hardware changes are probably the reason for a big bump in the prices.Hardware - The ‘Plus’ AdvantageCompared to the Snapdragon 855 on the OnePlus 7, the company has upgraded the 7T by packing it with the Plus version of SD 855.Qualcomm claims the 855 Plus can offer 22 percent more power than the 855 but during our time with both the devices, we couldn’t notice the difference.Being the latest hardware in the market, OnePlus has opted for the SD 855 Plus and that’s not a bad thing. Moving on, the 7T is available in 8GB version only, and you can decide between going for the 128GB or 256GB storage model that have been priced at Rs 37,999 and Rs 39,999 respectively.The battery unit on the 7T has been pushed from 3700mAh (on OP7) to 3800mAh, provided with the Warp Charge 30T adapter, which is claimed to offer 0 to 60 percent battery life in 30 minutes. For existing OnePlus 7 users, you’re not missing out a lot.Camera - Time for the TrioAfter pushing three rear cameras with the OnePlus 7 Pro, it’s time for the 7T to get the setup. But unlike the vertical placement on the 7 Pro, OnePlus has preferred to house the sensors in a circular-shaped glass casing.Definitely a better sense of placement than the iPhone 11 Pro.Trypophobia? Yes, The New iPhone Camera is Triggering it in PeopleTalking in terms of the capability of the cameras, you get a 48-megapixel wide lens with aperture f/1.6, 12-megapixel telephoto lens with f/2.2 aperture, and a 16-megapixel ultrawide lens with f/2.2 aperture. This unit is different from the one you got with the OnePlus 7 Pro.We’ll be testing out the camera in the coming days to give a detailed impression on its capability.Worth Buying the OnePlus 7 ‘T’The OnePlus 7T gets a host of new features, and upgraded hardware this year. For Rs 37,999 the phone packs a 90Hz display, powered by Snapdragon 855 Plus and a marginally faster charging tech in tow.But that’s not all, the 7T also sports a triple rear camera setup which carries improved sensors, with ability to shoot in telephoto, wide and ultrawide nature. If you’ve got the OnePlus 5T or the 6, the 7T is a worthy upgrade.For everyone else, we’d reckon you to wait for the OnePlus 8 in 2020, and maybe end up buying the 8T, which usually gets the better hardware deal for the year. 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.