The front is practically only the screen itself. The smartphone is deprived of buttons, indents and other wonders on the stick here. Only the talk speaker is integrated into the top frame. The display has a 6.67-inch diagonal, 19.5: 9 aspect ratio and is slightly curved on the sides. Its area is 88.1 percent. overall surface of the front panel, which is a great result. The panel works at a resolution of 1440 x 3120 pixels (516 PPI), but who needs it? I immediately switched it to Full HD + mode. There is practically no difference, and the battery life is noticeably longer.
It is also worth adding that the screen features 100% coverage of the DCI-P3 palette and supports HDR10 + mode. Its biggest advantage, however, is 90Hz refresh. And that's one of the reasons why you can love this phone. Everything is immaculately smooth, every animation is smooth, and the overall experience is great. The only device that has previously impressed me in this respect is my iPad Pro with a 120-inch screen. Great thing
The edges of the smartphone should theoretically not surprise us. At the bottom we have a USB connector, two microphones, a SIM tray and a multimedia speaker. The game is really good and loud – OnePlus 7T Pro is one of the best-playing smartphones I've ever held in my hands. On the right we have a power button and a characteristic slider for OnePlus series used to switch modes. We can set it in one of three positions: the top is complete mute, the middle – vibrations, and the bottom turns on the sounds. A very useful solution that none of the producers in the Android world copied. It's a pity. On the right wall we have a double volume control button.