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Save up to 30% on Spigen's most popular cases and accessories this Cyber Monday [Featured Deal]

Cyber Monday is here, and Spigen is unleashing exclusive deals on some of its most popular accessories. Today only, you can save up to 30% on select Spigen cases for your favorite Android devices, like the brand new Google Pixel 4/4XL, Samsung Galaxy Note 10, S10 5G, or A30, and the OnePlus 7T. You'll also find deals on Spigen carrying cases, screen protectors, and more. Don't forget to use the specified promo code below at checkout to redeem your savings, available only on this Cyber Monday.

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OnePlus 7T cracks under the pressure of JerryRigEverything's durability test


When a noteworthy smartphone launches, there are a few predictable events one can expect — like a controversial hot-take from David and a torture test from JerryRigEverything. While the former is still in the works, the OnePlus 7T just underwent Zack's blades in a durability test — and it didn't fare too well.

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OnePlus 7T now available for purchase in the US

OnePlus' latest 7T may have earned high marks in our recent review, but there was one major catch: you couldn't actually buy one here in the 'states. As of today, that's no longer a problem, as sales have opened for the OnePlus 7T in the US. For just $599, you can pick up OnePlus' latest phone through both the company's own storefront and T-Mobile.

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OnePlus 7T first factory image now available for download

One of the main selling points for all OnePlus phones is the extensive custom ROM community, giving the devices plenty of OS options if the stock OxygenOS software isn't satisfactory. If you've already bought a OnePlus 7T and started experimenting with it, the stock software is now available for download, in the event you mess something up and need to go back to square one.

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OnePlus 7T review: Almost the perfect budget flagship

The OnePlus 7T sounds like my perfect phone on paper, packing a nice high-end chipset, a bright 1,000 nit 90Hz screen, and the latest Android 10 software. While flagships are pushing the market into fatigue at over a thousand dollars, this phone champions affordability at "just" $600. In fact, I loved almost everything about the OnePlus 7T, though folks like me who are picky when it comes to screens may be disappointed.

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OnePlus 7T gets camera tweaks and other fixes with OxygenOS 10.0.3 update

The OnePlus 7T went official last Thursday amid much fanfare. Our very own Ryne Hager's first impressions of the mid-tier flagship were positive, and he particularly liked the super macro mode and the software experience that’s now based on Android 10. OnePlus isn't resting on its laurels, though, and is already rolling out the OxygenOS 10.0.3 update to the handset with a handful of system and camera improvements.

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OnePlus 7T kernel source code is already available

As has become nearly customary for OnePlus, the 7T's announcement last week has been immediately followed by the device's kernel source release. If you're a custom ROM developer, an enthusiast, or a general modder, you'll find that code necessary for your future tinkering.

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OnePlus 7T camera sample gallery

If OnePlus phones have an Achilles heel, it's the camera. Although the company has made great strides, it still can't compare with the best of Google or Huawei, and that's still the case when it comes to the new 7T, though there are a couple of improvements and new features worth your consideration.

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Here are the OnePlus 7T's new wallpapers

A new wallpaper is a quick and easy way to freshen up your phone. If you're a fan of OnePlus's wallpapers, you're in luck — Hampus Olsson, who designs them, has just made the three new 7T backgrounds available for download on his blog.

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First impressions of the OnePlus 7T: Just don't call it a smaller 7 Pro

The OnePlus 7T is now official, bringing a 90Hz display and souped-up Snapdragon 855 Plus to OnePlus' smaller, non-"Pro" line of phones. I've spent the last week or so using it, and while that's far too little time for a formal review, I've pulled together a few early impressions for you to ponder as we wait for the phone to be released here in the US.

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