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The OnePlus 7T is now available for purchase in the U.S.

OnePlus announced its newest flagship handset, the 7T, on September 26. As promised, it begins shipping today. You can pick up an unlocked unit from the firm's website, or you can grab one from T-Mobile.

The OnePlus 7T includes the buttery-smooth 90Hz OLED display that was previously only found in the OnePlus 7 Pro. It's 1080p on the non-Pro though, rather than 1440p. If you do want those extra pixels, there is a OnePlus 7T Pro, but it's not coming to the U.S.

It has a triple-lens camera in a new circular housing, with the main sensor coming in at 48 megapixels. Additionally, it has a 16MP 117-degree wide-angle lens, and a 12MP 2x zoom lens. Naturally, it supports things like 4K 60fps video capture, OIS, and EIS.

The 7T is powered by Qualcomm's newest chipset, the Snapdragon 855+, an SoC that's really built for gaming phones. It also comes with 8GB RAM and a 3,800mAh battery; moreover, it supports Warp Charge 30T, which OnePlus says is 23% faster than Warp Charge 30.

All of this comes in at a $599 price point. You can check it out on, and you can pick it up from T-Mobile. It comes in Glacier Blue and Frosted Silver.

Nokia may launch smartphone with waterfall screen, rumor reveals

About a month ago, we saw the officialization by Chinese Vivo of the first device with the concept of waterfall screen presented by the brand , aiming to considerably increase the utilization in body / screen ratio.

Following this trend, recent rumors point out that Nokia's HMD Global may follow the same path and present a concept similar to the Vivo NEX 3.

According to the recent conceptual renderings, the handset will feature a tiny upper edge for the availability of sensors, camera, speaker and logo (right-aligned). From the bottom, you can see a subtle edge, narrower than the top view of the device.

Another aspect of rendering is the underside of the device, featuring a USB-C cable slot, a right-aligned speaker, and a microphone for capturing audio during calls. It is also noticeable that the handset apparently will not feature P2 input, a trend that is gradually being adopted by brands.

It is also possible to see in the images a partial rear, revealing the cameras housed in the traditional round frame, thus referring to the already discontinued Nokia 1020 combined with Nokia 9 Pureview, thanks to multiple cameras with Zeiss lens.

For now, there is no conclusive information about the arrival of a Nokia handset in this way but it would really be curious to see the brand betting on something so bold on their handsets.

So, what is your opinion about the images? Would you like such a device or find it unnecessary? Tell us in the comments!


Realme: the smartphone with 64MP cam will be announced on August 8th | official

The first smartphone in the world with 64MP cam made by Realme will be unveiled on 8 August 2019 . The announcement was made by the same Chinese company, which on Twitter confirmed the event to be held in New Delhi. The device will feature a quadruple rear camera with vertically arranged sensors.

The first information on this smartphone had emerged in mid-June thanks to Madhav Sheth, CEO of Realme India, who had confirmed the development of the device anticipating the presence of a photographic compartment equipped with a 64MP GW1 main sensor , 1/1 size , 72 "and 1.6 micron pixels .

The remaining hardware specifications that make up the technical data sheet of the product are unknown, at least for the time being. Appointment therefore to next August 8 to discover all details of this unusual Realme smartphone.


DJI Osmo Mobile 3: first images from the FCC certification

DJI would be completing preparations for the launch of its new smartphone stabilizer , now in its third generation more than a year after Osmo Mobile 2 was released . Not wanting to count the small parenthesis represented by Osmo Pocket , the new model has recently obtained certification from the FCC body.

As reported by blogger Dave Zatz, among the first to spread some images of the new stabilizer taken from the documentation, the grip would seem more ergonomic than the previous models , according to him completely redesigned on this Osmo Mobile 3, in order to be more comfortable.

The remaining elements should not differ too much from the past, the main controls are in fact always at your fingertips , and even the possibility of rotating the smartphone vertically - introduced with Osmo Mobile 2 - would not be missing even in this third version.

Other innovations will probably concern the battery life and a better optimization of the three-axis gimbal technology, useful to cancel the movement and make the shooting more stable. The FCC certification confirms an arrival in a short time , and considering that it is not long before the next IFA 2019 in Berlin, the Chinese company could point precisely to this fair for the official presentation.


Samsung Galaxy Fold's total sales worldwide should reach 1 million units

Samsung Galaxy Fold will try to divert attention from the new iPhone, the first 30 thousand smartphones will be available only in South Korea

Most recently, Samsung has officially confirmed that it has solved all the design flaws of the Samsung Galaxy Fold smartphone, due out in September of this year.

The specific date is not named by the manufacturer, however, in a recent article from the Korean edition of The Investor, it is stated that the Samsung Galaxy Fold will be released at home on September 18, 19 or 20. These data surfaced in the course of communication of representatives of the Korean telecommunications company with Samsung.

It is worth paying attention to the fact that the Samsung Galaxy Fold should go on sale in the time interval between the announcement of the new iPhone smartphones and their actual appearance in stores.

Analysts from South Korea suggest that the first 20-30 thousand Samsung Galaxy Fold smartphones will be available exclusively on the South Korean market, where the total sales of the device should exceed 100,000 smartphones.

Samsung Galaxy Fold's total sales worldwide should reach 1 million units.