Oneplus 7 Pro Review
- Notchless 6.7 inch QHD amoled display
- 90 Hz refresh rate
- Triple lens rear camera setup
- Motorised selfie camera
- In-display fingerprint display
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 855
- 4000 mAH battery life
- 30W warp fast charging
Ever since OnePlus debuted with the OnePlus One Smartphone in 2014, It’s mission in this industry has been to create flagship smartphones without flagship pricing. This time they have taken this game to a whole another level. From specs, impressions, cases, and more, here’s everything you could need to know about the OnePlus 7 Pro.
Unlike most flagship smartphones that easily cross $1000 (~ ₹ 68000) mark nowadays, the one plus 7 pro’s pricing starts at $669 ( ~ ₹ 48999 ). The OnePlus 7 Pro is “fully loaded” and has almost all the features that the one-grand-and-up flagships have. With its stunning design, incredible display, improved fingerprint sensor, the OnePlus 7 Pro is the best option out there by a long shot if you are looking for a budget yet premium smartphone experience.
Coming to its design, it has a whopping 88.1% screen
to body ratio. Moreover its also equipped with dual corning gorilla glass 5 (industry’s standard nowadays) panes along with metal chassis. It comes in three beautiful shades – Aurora Blue, Almond and Mirror Gray which honestly looks pretty great in person.
With a 6.67-inch AMOLED display with QHD (1,440 x 3,120 pixels) resolution, this device features a pixel density of 515 PPI, which adds sharpness to its content. Apart from that even more impressive, is the 90Hz refresh rate. Most phone screens have a refresh rate of 60Hz, meaning that everything on the OnePlus 7 Pro moves faster and more fluid than just about anything else.
One Plus 7 Pro has a triple-lens camera set up; 48 MP main lens, 16 MP ultra-wide lens, and 8 MP telephoto lens. This set up allows it to capture vastly better photos than any of its predecessors. Coming to the motorized selfie camera, I think this is what the ongoing trend is shifting all the smartphone manufacturers too. However I think the design is pretty sturdy, also what’s neat is that if you drop it, the pop-up camera automatically retreats back into its protective shell while in free-fall.
It comes with Qualcomm’s latest top Snapdragon 855 processor along with your choice of 6GB, 8GB or even 12GB of RAM. Moreover it’s also one of the first smartphones to use UFS 3.0 allowing much faster data transfer rate. Furthermore, it also sports an optical in-display fingerprint sensor which is pretty impressive for this phone. Though coming to its battery, it packs 4000 mAH. It doesn’t feature wireless charging which is a bummer but it does come with a warp 30 cable charging. A full charge only takes around 75 minutes from dead. Though I think there are still some drawbacks such as the motorized selfie camera, which also raises the concern of introducing mechanical parts that can be prone to limited shelf life due to debris and dust particles. Moreover, it doesn’t have wireless charging nor IP water resistance rating. Besides that, I think OnePlus 7 Pro is a phone that undercuts rivals on price and offers a better experience in almost every meaningful way to the general consumer.
Key Specifications –
- Screen – 6.67-inch QHD AMOLED display at 3120 x 1440 resolution
- Processor – Qualcomm Snapdragon 855, octa-core, up to 2.84 GHz
- Memory – 6GB/8GB/12GB
- Camera – 48 MP + 16 MP ultra-wide + 8 MP telephoto lens
- Battery – 4,000mAh
- Charging – Warp charging at 30W
- Software – Android 9.0 Pie with OxygenOS
- Internal storage – 128/256GB
- UFS 3.0
- Biometric security – In-display fingerprint sensor, face unlock