About OnePlus 7T Pro - Review, Specs + more So here it is, the flagship from OnePlus is finally available on contract in the UK. If you haven't been following closely, OnePlus already launched the 7 Pro back in May, and the newer updated version the OnePlus 7T in September 2019. Now, hot off the press, is the big brother of that phone - the 7T Pro. But it isn't just a bigger screen that is on offer here, there are quite a lot of changes under the bonnet as well. It's not a cheap phone, but it's won many awards - so is it worth getting on contract? Let's find out... Summary of contents OnePlus 7T Pro - quick facts About that display... OnePlus 7T Pro - Cameras Our Verdict OnePlus 7T Pro price in UK OnePlus 7T Pro - quick facts . In terms of the display, it's crisp and bright to look at, with excellent sharpness and contrast, and a 90Hz refresh rate for super-smooth scrolling and gaming. Display without any sort of notch thanks to pop-up front camera Super-high performance Snapdragon 855 Plus processor Phone of the year awards aplenty About that display... The most striking difference to the regular OnePlus 7T you'll surely recognise at first glance: instead of the 6.55-inch display, the Pro variant has a huge AMOLED display with a screen size of 6.67 inches (just under 17 cm). For the larger model to deliver images in QHD-Plus quality, of course, the resolution must also be perfect, and OnePlus have tweaked this too - atogether there are 3120 × 1440 pixels here, with an elongated display aspect ratio of 19.5: 9. This screen is ideal for high-quality videos, especially as it promises a large dynamic range thanks to the HDR10 Plus standard that comes with it. In addition, the images are crystal clear, with a superquick 90 hertz refresh rate. The result is a smoother, cripser display when scrolling in particular (it's stunning really what OnePlus have done here), and other reviews agree. Thanks to the extendable front camera with 16 megapixels, the display without notch appears tidier than the regular OnePlus 7T as well - but of course all this tech comes at a price. We're not fully sure if it's worth opting for the Pro variant unless you're a poweruser. This phone is 5G ready, and the MacLaren edition has already been confirmed and should be available shortly in the UK. OnePlus 7T Pro - Cameras There are three cameras here -- the main camera features a 48-megapixel wide-angle lens, and there's also a 16-megapixel 117-degree ultra wide-angle lens, and a 8-megapixel telephoto lens. In contrast to the regular 7T model, a 3x zoom instead of a 2x zoom is available for detail shots. It's nice that OnePlus haven't just shipped an identical phone with a larger screen, there are some other differences to make you wonder if you should get this larger variant or not. That pop-up camera – which appears and disappears automatically as you switch in and out of selfie mode – means no need for a notch on the front display. With its minimal bezels and slightly curved edges, it's a great phone to look at, and is likely to turn heads when you pull it out. Around the back we like the positioning of the triple-lens rear camera, and the slight gradient of the haze blue colour (your only colour option with the OnePlus 7T Pro at launch....) looks fantastic, too. It may have been playing catch up for a few years but there's no doubt that OnePlus is now helping lead the way in smartphone design. And the changes don't end there; in terms of memory, the 7T Pro model offers several big upgrades: the (currently at time of writing) most powerful process on the market, a Qualcomm is not only supported by an 8 GB RAM, but optionally by a 12 GB RAM. For apps, movies and photos, there is also a larger 256 GB internal memory, where the standard 7T just comes with 128GB. Now we say "just" but that's still quite a lot of storage. Another difference to the standard model: the larger battery that boosts a whopping 4085 mAh. According to this review, the charging time is extremely short - it can be fully charged from flat within about one hour. By contrast, the running time for video playback is disappointing , at just 8:20 hours. Our Verdict So there we have it, a great phone - but what are the negatives of the OnePlus 7T Pro? Well, aside from the price, there are some missing components. We aren't sure why OnePlus left this out - a weatherproof case. It doesn't appear ot be IP rated. And of course the headphone jack connection is also missing. Wireless charging is still not possible, although if those few negatives don't bother you, and you must have the very best of the best Android phone (this is definitely aimed at the iPhone 11 Pro Max buyer) then definitely give this your full consideration. OnePlus 7T Pro price in UK The OnePlus 7t Pro isn't cheap. At launch the RRP was £699, however the price has now dropped a little from September 2019, where it can be had for about £599 on pay as you go or SIM only. Monthly you're looking at £25 a month minimum on an 18 month contract, with EE.