OnePlus all set to unveil 7T, TV today: Here's how to watch livestream; what to expect
The Chinese tech giant will launch the highly-anticipated devices at an event in New Delhi.
The event is schedule to kick off at 7 pm IST at the Indira Gandhi Stadium, and will also see the launch of the brand's first-ever TV.
Here's what to expect
The smartphones, upgrades to the OnePlus 7 and 7Pro, are likely to come with Snapdragon 855 SoC chipset, 16MP ultra-wide camera, AMOLED screens, 8GB RAM, up to 256GB internal storage, in-display fingerprint sensor, and a fast-charging battery.
Just like Apple's new iPhones, the company's upcoming devices will also come with a triple rear camera, as revealed by the official, first renders shared by OnePlus. However, the camera setup will be placed in a circular dial, unlike a square setting in iPhone 11 Pro.
Also Read: OnePlus won't go the Apple way; triple rear camera in 7T will come in a circular dial
The devices will run Android 10, and house the in-screen fingerprint sensor that does duty on the OnePlus 7. They are expected to charge 23% faster than the previous range.
Going by the leaks, 7T will feature a 6.55-inch Quad HD+ Super AMOLED display with 90hz refresh rate and a smaller notch, while OnePlus 7T Pro is rumoured to sport a larger 6.65-inch QHD+ AMOLED display with 90Hz refresh rate and HDR10+ support.
The brand is also going back to the look of OnePlus 1 when it comes to the box packing. Pete Lau, CEO and founder of OnePlus, shared the first look of the 7T's packaging on Twitter.
Red and bold, a return to the OnePlus One’s visual design. #OnePlus7T https://t.co/S08hiU563P— Pete Lau (@PeteLau) 1569243360000
The highly-anticipated OnePlus TV will also debut at the event. Talking about the TV, Lau in an interview to ETPanache, said that it will be positioned in the premium segment, and come with a 55-inch screen and QLED panel.
OnePlus has partnered with Amazon for its TV, therefore the pricing is expected to be slightly different from the current premium products.
Also Read: Pete Lau spills the beans on upcoming OnePlus TV, says QLED offers good balance between cost & image quality
The devices will go on sale during Amazon's Great India Festival that runs from Sunday till Friday (Oct 4). Prime members will get early access to the sale on Saturday.
How to watch the livestream
They will also livestream the event on their website.
If you can't stream the event, we'll also be covering all the details live, so you can head to our liveblog for all the updates.