OnePlus 7 Pro Full Specifications, Price in India Features
Many loved the OnePlus 7 pro given its top-end hardware, quality, and its value. But the OnePlus 7 Pro is still not at the very top of our recommendations list. While OnePlus delivered once it came to performance, software system and also the show, its triple camera setup fell a touch too in need of the competition.
OnePlus 7 Pro review, What’s in the box of OnePlus 7 Pro
- Warp Charge 30 (30W) charging brick
- Red OnePlus USB-A to USB-C cable
- Clear protective case
- 162.6 x 75.9 x 8.8mm
- No notch
- Curved display edges
- Pop-up camera
- Stereo speakers
As delicate because its appearance, OnePlus 7 pro is so an important smartphone once you decide it up. We did find it heavier than Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphones. That may primarily be because of the larger battery, use of denser metal construction and even a separate retractable camera module. Nonetheless, the device feels balanced and it indeed is easy to use. It’s definitely sleeker than before and taller as well with 6.7-inch screen size. The ‘premium’ feel comes largely because of the all-glass front with curved sides and zero distractions in the form of notches or punch holes.
- 3,120 x 1,440 Quad HD+ resolution
- 19.5:9 aspect ratio
- HDR10 / HDR+ Certified
- 90Hz AMOLED display
If there’s one thing that OnePlus has proclaimed is a massive improvement over the last year’s flagship OnePlus 6, it’s the near bezel-less screen. And by saying near bezel-less we mean seriously thinner bezels than what’s present in Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus, something which by default makes the 7 Pro’s screen impressively immersive.
The company has already adopted OLED screens with older smartphones and therefore the seven professional simply creates a brand new benchmark with a QHD+ Fluid AMOLED shows that has HDR support, all clubbed with 90Hz refresh rate. Yes, we have seen 90Hz AMOLED screen in the past with Asus ROG Phone but this one has an elegance of it’s own with near-zero top and bottom bezels with curved sides, making the viewing experience nothing less than ‘eye-popping’.
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 855
- Adreno 640 GPU
- 8GB or 12GB of RAM
- 128GB or 256GB of UFS 3.0 Storage
- No expandable storage
Over the years OnePlus has created such control of its smartphones that one is sure to expect the highest of the road processors. Keeping the tradition, OnePlus 7 pro harnesses the ability from Qualcomm snapdragon 855. This additionally makes the device initial within the country with this processor.
- Warp Charge 30 (30-Watt, 5V/6A)
- No wireless charging
OnePlus smartphones were already a champion within the battery department and OnePlus 7 pro simply carry forward the torch. The 4000mAh battery is one of the longest-running ones (in a single charge) we’ve seen in an Android smartphone. We used the device as us primary driver, making it perform tasks like checking multiple email accounts, browsing social media for hours, playing games non-stop for 3-4 hours in a stretch, streaming audio, videos, all whereas keeping auto brightness activated and also the display on 90Hz refresh rate.
- Standard: 48MP, f/1.6, OIS
- Pixel-binned images at 12MP
- Wide-angle: 16MP, f/2.2, 117-degree FoV
- 3x Telephoto: 8MP, f/2.2, OIS
- Pop-up Selfie Camera: 16MP f/2.0
With OnePlus 7 Pro, the company has finally joined two new bandwagons – triple rear cameras and a front-facing pop-up camera. The center camera placement design is retained from the OnePlus 6 and 6T except that there’s a third lens in the mix. The camera sensors have been upgraded this time along with the specifications and the overall quality. You get a 48MP Sony IMX586 primary camera with 1.6 um pixel size, 7P lens glass, OIS, EIS and f/1.6 aperture. This comes with an 8MP telephoto camera (3XL optical zoom) with 1um pixel size, OIS and f/2.4 aperture and a 16MP ultra-wide angle lens with f/2.2 aperture and 117-degree FoV.
- OxygenOS 9.5
- Android 9 Pie
- No headphone jack
- Stereo speakers
- Dolby Atmos-certified
With top-end smartphone processor aboard, spectacular display, ample RAM and storage choices, strong camera setup and economical battery OnePlus is definitely among the simplest premium smartphones immediately.
However, there still are some misses in the form of wireless charging and the overall camera performance. Even though wireless charging may still not a big issue for many, cameras are. Like we said above, the OnePlus smartphones are not really known for cameras and that stays true even with the OnePlus 7 Pro. So, if you have enough to spend, by all means, this is a worthy handset as you would typically have to shell out more to get all these features in a single smartphone. However, if you want to make better use of the money, we would still recommend you to save your money for OnePlus 7, which will be coming out in June.