When we make our way to the summer, there are two things to be excited about: warmer weather and the release of the latest OnePlus device. This time, OnePlus had a hard action to follow, as 6T was one of their best phones this year. But after revealing OnePlus 7 Pro, it is clear that it was up to the challenge.
It wasn't a font. OnePlus created a new pro version, 7 Pro, for its line of flagship, which is slightly different than its regular launches. Instead of the usual compromise to save money, OnePlus 7 Pro is a behemoth, a phone that is not only affordable but without doubt one of the best devices on the market.
The announcement, which was May 14, was an important one for OnePlus after OnePlus 6T was released on an American carrier for the first time. For people who only buy phones from their carrier, it will be their first time to see a OnePlus upgrade cycle. If the changes were too small or the price was too high, customers could leave the more prominent OEMs, but with a worthy successor, OnePlus can now have fans for life, slowly raising its market share in Stateside.
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7 Pro is the phone that all OnePlus fans have wanted, with a 1440p curve display, 90 Hz refresh rate, a A + DisplayMate rating, stereo speakers, triple cameras, no notches, 4000 mAh battery, and more. It's a minimal compromise OnePlus phone, which we haven't seen since OnePlus One.
OnePlus 7 Pro was announced at a launch event on several countries on May 14th. Fans in Bangalore, London, New York and Beijing were able to attend their respective events and get the first access to the new phones, which also included OnePlus 7, a direct follow-up of OnePlus 6T, which is not released until June and only in Europe.
New York customers can buy the phone early on May 14 at the T-Mobile Signature Store. T-Mobile is the only US partner for OnePlus 7 Pro. May 15, users of the other T-Mobile Signature Stores (located in Chicago, Las Vegas, Miami, San Francisco and Santa Monica) can also download OnePlus 7 Pro. For the public, OnePlus 7 Pro can be purchased from May 17 on the OnePlus website, on T-Mobile's website at 6 o'clock east and at T-Mobile stores.
- Date of issue: May 17, 2019
- Pre-order date: Not available
- Message date: May 14, 2019
OnePlus 7 Pro comes in two storage options, 128 GB and 256 GB. While phones like Samsung Galaxy S10 offer 512 GB and 1 TB of storage, the OnePlus models differ from UFS 3.0.
Universal Flash Storage is a specification for the internal layer used on smartphones that dictate how fast data is written and read. UFS 3.0 is the latest version, which offers speeds of 2.4 times faster than the previous version. While Samsung reserved this specification for the $ 1,980 Galaxy Fold, OnePlus offers this storage on all models at a fraction of the cost.
- Storage available: 128 GB, 256 GB (both with UFS 3.0)
- Expandable storage: no
Price for everything
In previous years we have seen a pattern for OnePlus there news publications speculate on a price increase from its predecessor. Fans get angry at the price increase and keep the breath of the official announcement. OnePlus reveals a price that, despite being higher, is still hundreds of dollars cheaper than the average flagship phone. And OnePlus sells more units than last year.
This year it shouldn't be any different, because OnePlus sells OnePlus 7 Pro from $ 669. This price tag is for the 128GB model with 6GB random access memory. There is also a 256GB model with 8GB of RAM for $ 699, plus a 256GB model with 12GB of RAM for $ 749.
To see how excellent this price is, at the same cost as the Samsung Galaxy S10e, you can get the 7 Pro 256GB model (same storage space as S10e) and 12GB RAM (double RAM on S10e), for Not to mention 7 Pro is a much better phone than the S10e. 19659024] Buy online from OnePlus
Like OnePlus 6T, OnePlus 7 Pro follows a trendy design language for flagship smartphones where both front and rear covers are glass. However, the rear glass cover is only for aesthetics, because OnePlus did not even contain wireless charging.
The frame is aluminum, which gives a light feel and strong protection against drops and elements. In terms of colors, OnePlus 7 Pro comes with three colors: Nebula Blue, Mirror Gray and Almond.
- Frame: glass (back and front), aluminum (midframe)
- Finish: nebula
OnePlus and T-Mobile will use their new partnership to make that number three wireless carriers in the United States exclusive home to OnePlus 7 Pro. The only other place you can buy this phone will be on the OnePlus site, which is GSM unlocked version that would work on AT&T, and it is also certified to work on Verizon Wireless.
Ideal for those who like rooting, the OnePlus site is the place for all variants, because T-Mobile again requires you to fully pay the phone to unlock the boot loader. Even if you decide to pay it early, you still have to wait 40 days after your purchase to get the token needed to unlock the starter charger. And as rooters know, without an unlocked boot loader, the root is a pleasure.
While OnePlus showed us that 7 Pro can survive a drop in a bucket of water, it does not recommend you try it. OnePlus did this to show its phone's water resistance despite not paying for an official IP rating. OnePlus has said that a company trying to minimize costs would add this certification would only add to the price, leading to more expensive OnePlus phones.
- Height: 6.4 inches
- Width: [2.459007] 2.99 inches  Depth: 0.35 inches Weight: 7.27 oz
- Dust – / water resistance: No official rating
- Portable carriers: AT & T, T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless
- Infrared blaster: no
Operating temperatures are exactly what we expect any smartphone, with the same range as other popular models like Galaxy S10 and iPhone X S . However, we do not currently know the temperature range for when the phone is switched off, and we do not know which moisture and height levels the units can handle.
- Operating temperature: 32 ° F -95 ° F
- Not operating temperature: Unknown
- Relative humidity: Unknown
- Operating height: Unknown
] OnePlus 7 Pro runs the latest version of Android, Pie (9.0). Because of this, users will be able to take advantage of the new gesture controls created by Google. Unlike the OnePlus implementation, the button remains backwards, making the transition from buttons to gestures a little easier.
Android Pie also focuses on privacy. Users are better protected against malicious apps because Google now blocks them from accessing your camera or microphone in the background. There is also private DNS that allows you to change the DNS server for both Wi-Fi and mobile data.
Android Pie didn't seem like a big change on the surface thanks to the least design changes, but it took over 40 changes to the operating system. And thanks to OnePlus software upgrades, you expect Android 10 at the end of the year as well.
OnePlus 7 Pro runs the latest version of Oxygen OS. This is one of the lighter rails, which keeps most elements in stock Android with some customization enhancements. It is a major upgrade from previous versions of the skin. OnePlus has received over 500 improvements from improved performance to enhanced features, and the version running on OnePlus 7 Pro is even better with a built-in screen recorder and 90 Hz app support.
The 7 Pro has a screen OnePlus fans have screamed over the years, a 6.64-inch Super Optic AMOLED screen. For the first time, OnePlus has included a non-1080p display, and selects a higher resolution at 3120 x 1440. You read it right, OnePlus finally has a 1440p display. And this screen is so good that the DisplayMate gave it a A + Display Rating, the highest offered to a smartphone. It puts it in the same category as the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, Apple iPhone X S Max and Google Pixel 3 XL.
There is no hack on 7 Pro. Instead, OnePlus decided to use a pop-up mechanism from the frame to house the camera's forward-facing camera. Like Samsung's devices, the panel is bent for the appearance to continue forever.
With systems on chips (SoCs) becoming more powerful, it has become unnecessary to limit the frame rates to 60 Hz. Thanks to phones like the Razer Phone, several large mobile developers have added an unlocked image rate that enables a game to produce as many frames as the GPU can do. OnePlus 7 Pro joins the tiny list of phones that can benefit from it.
Known as Fluid AMOLED, 7 Pro has a refresh rate of 90 Hz. It is the first phone that includes a 90 Hz update rate at 90 Hz at a 3120 x 1440 resolution with this type of panel. Only the ASUS ROG phone has a higher refresh rate, but it has a resolution of 1080p. Oxygen OS also includes a feature that helps apps run at a higher refresh rate for smoother scrolling and better playback.
The monitor is also HDR10 + certified, which means it will support dynamic metadata for HDR content. With dynamic metadata, each frame is optimized for HDR content to provide better overall image quality. OnePlus also optimized the apps of Netflix, YouTube and Amazon Prime Video to deliver HDR10 + content to users of 7 Pro, giving thousands of hours of content to enjoy.
- 6.7 inches
- Screen Resolution: 3120 x 1440
- Total Pixels: 4,492,800 pixels
- Pixel Density:
- 516 ppi
- Screen Type: Fluid AMOLED (curved) HDR: HDR10 / 10 +
- Notch: no
- 93.22% (OnePlus 7 Pro)
- Aspect Ratio: 19.5: 9 (OnePlus 7 Pro)
- Minimum brightness: 2 nits
- Maximum brightness: 800 nits
- ] Update rate: 90 Hz (90 Hz for touch detection)
- Color temp: 7,407 K  Color range: 111% DCI-P3 and 140% sRGB / Rec.709  Everything you need to know about OnePlus 7 Pro ” width=”532″ height=”532″ style=”max-width:532px;height:auto;”/>