There'll be a 7T Pro as well. But yeah, this is like the iPhone XR/XS or iPhone 11/11 Pro splits, where there's a not-quite-the-most-powerful model for people who are slightly more cost-conscious.Is the 7T supposed to be a step down from the 7 Pro? Kind of like iPhone X and Xs?
I realize you're using the "less than" symbol as "arrows", but it is slightly confusing. Because it looks like which phone is the best is reversed when using the symbol "as intended".The 7T will be a minor step up from the 7.
7 > 7T > 7 Pro > 7T Pro
Given that it's not a mathematical equation, I thought the symbolism was obvious.I realize you're using the "less than" symbol as "arrows", but it is slightly confusing. Because it looks like which phone is the best is reversed when using the symbol "as intended".
Still useful post though in terms of upgrade path, if indeed you want to do that.
The one tough part about OnePlus is that they basically make a new phone every 6 months. It's impossible to not feel like you're always behind and never have the latest. That said, I would say OnePlus along with Pixel are the only two current Android phones worth buying.
If you take a logic course, it looks like mathematics. Logic operates in a similar fashion to mathematics. Not to mention people everywhere on the internet (not just on these boards) use either coding symbols or mathematics all the time to describe what is better or worse. Such as using the "not equals" sign or as you did with "greater than"/"less than" or in the case of coding things like "/s" or "<sarcasm>"/</sarcasm> to denote... well sarcasm.Given that it's not a mathematical equation, I thought the symbolism was obvious.
It's a good phone. I give it an 8.75/10. Speed is great and battery life is quite good, but the curved edge kinda annoys me. It's not as bad as my old Samsung 7 Edge, but I definitely prefer a flat screen. I'm thinking about selling it and getting the 7T.Commander how are you liking your 7 pro? Curved edge screen not a problem? If you were buying a new phone right now would that still be your choice?
Yes the 7t looks pretty sweet, seems to be almost a 7 Pro, but with a flat 1080p display, everything else pretty much the same, and I mean that in a good way, as hardware wise you can't really stuff any better internals in there for an Android phone, the 7t will have the best CPU, RAM and Storage hardware available for an Android phone. Only knocks being the camera, a teardrop notch, and no official IP rating or wireless charging, but the price does reflect thatIt's a good phone. I give it an 8.75/10. Speed is great and battery life is quite good, but the curved edge kinda annoys me. It's not as bad as my old Samsung 7 Edge, but I definitely prefer a flat screen. I'm thinking about selling it and getting the 7T.
Definitely read it as 'greater than / less than' first. For the same effect, I add one or two dashes to avoid confusion to self and others, such as:EDIT: I'm totally willing to say: it might just be my brain. Perhaps no one else sees it that way.
Need that much RAM to run Android with all the stuff running in the background. OnePlus has had issues on previous phones with RAM management. I don't know if the OPO 7 Pro fixed that but if not having a boat load of RAM could help and gives them more marketing fodder to keep nudging the price up.It's interesting that for things that are actually heavy, like games (4:09) the 11 Pro is faster. It's not interesting that Calculator loads in 0.25s vs 0.5s because most of that is just animations.
Looks like with 12GB of RAM the OP7P nearly matches the iPhone's multitasking though haha.