Price: $ 670-750
The OnePlus 7 Pro is one of the most impressive Android devices I've ever used. It's elegant, fast, gorgeous and above all, it's incredibly value for money. It sets a new standard for Android devices in the future.
What we like
- Incredible performance
- Stunning display
- Beautiful aesthetics and excellent workmanship
- Unprecedented value
And what we do not
- It's huge
- No wireless charging  No official IPA rating
While the OnePlus 6T, the predecessor phone of the OP7 Pro, is an excellent phone in itself, the 7 Pro shows just how far OnePlus has come in a very short time. This is the most sophisticated, sophisticated, and future-oriented device the company has ever launched. This preserves the (relatively) low price for which the company is known.
To put it as clearly as possible, this is the best Android phone you can buy right now. I would even bet that this will be the best Android phone from 2019. With a starting price of 670 US dollars, no other manufacturer can compete for this price.
Specifications and Performance: The Fastest Android Phone I've Ever Used
I've used many Android phones, but never been as surprised as one of the fastest. When I used the OP7 Pro for the first time, I was almost convinced that it read my mind – it's so fast that it almost looks as if it could perform tasks before I even touch it. It is amazing.
I swear I believe it knows what I'll do before I do it. How it anticipates where I'll get ready to type and preload it. It's a quick mind reader.
– Cam 🤔 (@Summerson) May 26, 2019
- Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 855
- RAM: 8 GB or 12 GB  Memory: 128 GB or 256 GB
- Display: 6.67-inch borderless QHD + AMOLED screen (56PPI) with 90 Hz refresh rate and pop-up front camera  Cameras: 48 MP main camera, 8 MP telephoto lens, 16 MP ultra-wide-angle lens; 16MP Popup Front Camera
- Connectors: USB-C
- Headphone Jack: No
- Battery: 4,000 mAh
- Fingerprint Sensor: In-Display
- Connectivity: WLAN a / b / g / b / ac, 2.4 GHz / 5 GHz; 2 × 2 MIMO; Bluetooth 5.0; NFC; AT & T, Verizon and T-Mobile Support
- Colors: Mirror Gray, Mist Blue, Almond
- Price: $ 670- $ 750 (subject to configuration
- Technical data: 12 GB RAM, 256 GB memory, Nebula Blue, $ 750
Once I took it out of the box, one thing was clear: this phone is something special Beautiful, the Nebula Blue finish on my review unit is stunning, and the overall fit and finish are first-rate.
I was really overwhelmed when I first started with the 7 Pro It used to be the fastest Android phone I had It's impressive enough for itself. But there's something else, something less tangible, that makes the OnePlus 7 Pro such an impressive piece of hardware.
There's something that exists between the Performance and aesthetics that can not be quantified egg n detail that is often overlooked (or rather not highlighted). Here comes 7 Pro full advantage. It offers an experience that is unlike any other Android phone – like a current generation smartphone (so there is no learning curve or function gap), but at the same time something new and futuristic.
I would almost call it a gap between the current features of smartphones and the upcoming shift to something new but that would be a disadvantage for the 7 Pro. Anything but spectacular, simply put, feels wrong .
Build and Hardware: Tall, Brave and Beautiful
While I've already mentioned that the aesthetics of the 7 Pro is just as impressive as the workmanship. This is a $ 750 flagship phone, and I'll tell you straight away that if another company brings out a product at the same level as the 7 Pro, it would easily cost $ 1200 +. No question.
The construction of the 7 Pro is absolutely stable from top to bottom and from front to back. The edges of the display so perfectly fit the seams of the phones that it's almost as if they do not exist – one material fuses with the other as if they were so close together all the time. It's a beautiful piece of hardware in every way.
If you know anything about me, you know I have a smartphone policy: If it comes in black, buy it in black (also, yes I got a red iPhone XR (sometimes I break my own rules) Well, my 7 Pro tester is Nebula Blue – a color I did not think I like because I honestly do not like blue Be the first to admit if I'm wrong, and when it comes to this goal, I was wrong .It's a beautiful kind of chameleon color that flows seamlessly through different blues and lilacs, The finish is dull and gives it a very silky appearance, and as a bonus it does not attract fingerprints, as is the case with glossy or dull black phones. "It's so well done.
While the back of the phone is very nice to look at, the real star of the show is right up front: the huge edge display. At almost 7 inches (6.67 to be exact), the screen of the 7 Pro is one of the biggest on a smartphone. If you combine that with a pixel density of 516 PPI (pixels per inch) and HDR10 +, you have the right parts for an excellent panel. But this is not the best part of the 7 Pro screen – this title refers to the refresh rate of 90 Hz.
The increased refresh rate makes the 7 Pro so much smoother than other phones (which generally have a refresh rate of 60 Hz have) rating). The downside is that this consumes a bit more battery, but the silky smooth transitions between screens are worth the tradeoff. It's such a subtle difference that has a really dramatic impact.
Since the screen is an elegant, continuous panel with no nicks or camera cutouts, OnePlus had to find a new way to keep the front-facing camera accessible. The solution? A popup camera. It's in the phone when you're not using it, and it shifts up when you open the front panel in an application (like the camera or Instagram). Not only is it practical, it also looks damn cool.
Of course, longevity and durability are the biggest issues with something that has moving parts like this – how many times can the camera pop open before it breaks? How fragile is it? OnePlus wanted to reassure users, claiming that the camera "can withstand slipping up to 300,000 times." This is enough to "take more than 150 selfies a day for 5.5 years". That's so many selfies.
In terms of durability, OnePlus has taken a video of the front camera in which 49 pounds of concrete have been raised to demonstrate their ruggedness. I think that might be useful if you need help lifting just less than 5.5 millimeters. Anyway, the point is, there probably is not much to worry about regarding the durability of the pop-up camera.
The hardware is nice and well made, but not perfect. The design of the 7 Pro has some shortcomings: it lacks the wireless charging and no IP protection class is specified. The former is not a big deal (most people who have cordless phones do not even use it), but the latter is more of a problem. Well, somehow.
First of all, what is an IP rating? "IP" stands for International Protection and covers the water and dust resistance of a device. However, the 7 Pro does not have an IP rating because OnePlus did not want to pay to get one. The company claims that this keeps costs low, but notes that the phone is waterproof. It's funny, honestly, but whatever. It is also worth noting that the warranty does not help if it comes to water damage. So there is that too.
Software: Close to the shelf without being in the warehouse
One thing OnePlus does well with OxygenOS is to keep things clean. The operating system is quite similar to Android, though there are a few changes here and there that make it a little different. These are thoughtful add-ons and not just a bunch of superfluous shit.
The OnePlus 7 Pro software is virtually identical to the OnePlus 6T. Rather than rephrase what I have already said, I refer you to the appropriate section of my 6T review.