October will be remembered for the presentation of the OnePlus 8T. Naturally, we could not ignore this model and decided to arrange for it our own proprietary autonomy test in order to understand how tenacious the flagship turned out to be and in terms of the duration of the work, there was an upgrade or downgrade in comparison with the same OnePlus 8 Pro.
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With the release of the OnePlus 8T, the company gave up and didn’t build up the milliamp battery. It seems that the bet was made on optimization and an increase in charging speed. The set comes with Warp Charge 65 W, it is also suitable for charging other electronics.
The test results showed that a 4500 mAh battery is enough to live a full day on a single charge with active use, or even more with a light load. This capacity is enough to satisfy the appetites of a powerful platform and a gluttonous 120 Hz display. The 6.55-inch AMOLED screen and OxygenOS 11 shell help here, and the smartphone also has no optimization problems.
We must pay tribute to the company and its developers, who, in the case of the autonomy of the OnePlus 8T, clearly did not cheat and worked perfectly. At the stage of the announcement of the smartphone, there were fears that the 4500 mAh battery would not be enough and that something like that should not be expected in terms of the battery life.
And the company managed to surprise by offering not just tolerable, but good autonomy, taking into account all factors. The OnePlus 8T is a worthy successor to a number of solid predecessors.
At the same time, the new product managed to seriously bypass the OnePlus 8 Pro in terms of operating time, although the latter has a slightly larger diagonal display and a 2K resolution. But in any case, the company managed to make a strong and solid flagship, where the autonomy of work can be attributed to its merits. And take a look at our proprietary uptime test to see who is the leader and who is the outsider.