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Mini Review: OnePlus 7T

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gamesbx1102

Dec 3, 2019, 4:21 AM

Gaming can increase brain gray matter

New research published by Chinese and Australian scientists shows that playing action games helps increase the amount of gray matter and enhance brain performance.
A recent study conducted at Harvard University, researchers compared 32 "gamers" and 29 non-gamers. All study volunteers were male, and the average age was around 25 that met the study criteria.
Researchers also used magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to find structural differences in the brains of volunteers. In addition, volunteers also tested the brain reflex time during the scan.
As a result, research proves that video game players have an increased amount of gray matter in areas of the brain that govern the movement of the body. This structural change has enabled "gamers" to...
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coxmr1

Nov 1, 2019, 1:47 PM

What about using as a phone?

"Rather, with this 'mini review', I used the 7T as my main phone for over two weeks..."

So, you used a phone for two weeks, and don't write one sentence about actually using it as a PHONE? I know this was a different review than your normal, but come on!

How was the call quality/speakers? Despite "smartphones" some of us still use them to talk to people.
This format is new, and something of an experiment. Thank you for the feedback.

The idea of this format is "what stood out", and trying to keep it short. So anything I didn't mention, you should assume it simply performed as expected. But since I ...
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