OnePlus 7 Pro
OnePlus reversed most of its mistakes with the 6T and brought out a surprisingly ambitious OnePlus 7 Pro, packing several rare components that barely anyone else has procured. The result is a beast of a device that delivers fantastic mobile cinematic plus gaming experience, and one that’s in a well-designed package.
- Silky smooth and sharp AMOLED screen
- Stereo speakers with Dolby Atmos sound great
- Responsive in-display fingerprint reader
- Good design and build quality
- Still no headphone jack
- Not an affordable OnePlus phone
- Nightscape mode not as impressive as the competition
- Critic Reviews (10)
- User Reviews (13)
- 86AVERAGE CRITIC SCORE10 ReviewsWired80Review: OnePlus 7 ProIf you want the very best, the 7 Pro is a pretty good deal. Question is, with excellent cheaper phones like the Pixel 3A and OnePlus 6T, do you really want to pay $700 for a phone?PC Mag80OnePlus 7 Pro ReviewThe OnePlus 7 Pro is by far the best value for a premium smartphone on the market today, giving you the features of a $1,000 phone for $300 less.Ars Technica90The fastest, best-designed, best-value Android phoneAny company selling a $1,000 smartphone should be in an absolute panic with the OnePlus 7 Pro on the market. The company is shipping better features, better software, and a better design for a lower price. The OnePlus 7 Pro just sucks all the air out of the Android flagship conversation: it's this or nothing else.CNET90The best Android phone value of 2019The OnePlus 7 Pro's camera, performance and price make it the go-to premium Android phone of 2019.Mashable80The 'flagship killer' is all grown upThe OnePlus 7 Pro is the most expensive OnePlus phone yet, but it’s still a crazy good value for the money.Pocket-Lint80Sparring with the heavyweightsWith an unrivalled edge-to-edge display and fantastic performance, the OnePlus 7 Pro is every bit reaching for the flagship stars. But with a higher price point, some strong competition - especially on the camera front, where the Pro has some questions remaining - can it outshine Google, Samsung and Huawei's flagships?GSM Arena90OnePlus 7 Pro reviewthe OnePlus 7 Pro will deliver flagship performance in every department except it won't cost as much as a flagship smartphone by the major brands. There are some trade-offs - but OnePlus believes it's made the right ones keeping its consumers in mind. From where we're standing, they do have a point, and if you are not obsessed with photography, we can wholeheartedly recommend this phone as it has all that it takes to keep you happy day in and day out.TechRadar90Come for the pop-up camera intrigue, stay for the fluid 90Hz screenThe OnePlus 7 Pro is full of surprises behind its true all-screen display, unblemished by a notch cutout or punch-hole camera. It hides a novel pop-up selfie camera and offers a 90Hz screen refresh rate that makes games and moviewatching look more fluid. It has features that Apple and Samsung aren’t giving you in 2019, and performance to match. One more surprise, though: it costs almost as much as the iPhone XR and Galaxy S10e.The Verge90Proof that other big phones cost too muchThe 7 Pro is a spec monster. And with Android phones, I usually get a little nervous when I see spec monsters. It’s often a sign that the fit and finish are going to be an afterthought. But in a week or so of using the 7 Pro, I didn’t feel like any corners were really cut. The screen is incredible, the cameras are respectable, and the software is clean and fast.BGR90Finally playing with the big boysThe OnePlus 7 Pro is a great smartphone. It is also possibly the fastest smartphone in the Indian market today. However, there are two aspects that stop me from completely recommending the OnePlus 7 Pro – pricing and camera quality. At this price range, OnePlus is entering a territory dominated by the likes of Samsung and Apple, and branding matters to a lot of buyers.
- 85AVERAGE USER SCORE13 ReviewsFrank90April 30, 2020Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!The best in its category. We highly recommend it. - EngadgetBen80October 18, 2019Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!Had the phone for about one week so this is just my initial reaction. I upgraded from the OnePlus 5T to the OnePlus 7 Pro because I wanted the big screen and the most powerful OnePlus yet. The 12GB of Ram and the 256GB of storage is pretty unbelievable for the price (on the US unlocked version). I like OnePlus' OxygenOS because it is basically stock plus a few needed features, things that I used to get from ROMs back in the day, but now don't feel the need to do anything custom when it comes to the OS. The camera on this phone is great. I'm not sure why the well-known reviewers always seem to say the camera is mediocre, for almost every OnePlus phone. But I often have my iPhone friends telling me to use my camera because it's so clear (even on my old OnePlus phones), and I feel it's the same with this phone. My friend bought the iPhone 11 Max and we have compared things in detail. The only real noticable difference is the iPhone has a .5x wide angle while this phone has .6x. It's barely different. The iPhone low light is a bit better. The pop up camera is okay. Kind of annoying sometimes though. You open Snapchat and it pops up, even if you aren't in camera mode. I really liked the swipe features on the OnePlus 5T, so always had my navbar hidden. My iPhone friends also found the swiping up for home and recents familiar. But tbh, it doesn't work as well on the 7 Pro, since the below the screen there is basically no bezel, especially when you have the stock case on it. You'll get too many accidental swipes and touches and you'll accidentally send messages and type instead of returning home. So, I went back to the standard navbar and it's fine, the screen is so tall anyway, I don't feel like I'm missing anything. I'm on Android 10 beta 3. It's been good. Not many bugs. But there are a fair amount of lags and frozen points that I'm semi disappointed. I think when the stable is sent OTA to me, it will be updated and be extra fast. Everyone talks about the 90hz, like it's the best thing ever. I compared it to my friend's Samsung Note 10+ and it feels pretty much the same. I think all the 90hz really does is drain battery life. Which brings me to the battery.Straight up just isn't as long lasting as my previous OnePlus phones. The screen just drains pretty quick. I don't have great screen on time stats for ya, but it's not as much for sure. I'm at about 20% after work, even after I feel like I haven't used it much. But the warp charge is fast, which might make up for it. But, battery saver mode really really extends time. I can hit 15% and last another 8 hours through the night. The speakers are so much louder than other phones. Compared against an iPhone 11 Max and it runs right with it. Overall I would recommend it to friends if they like stock Android, if they like big phones, if they want to spend less than Samsung. It is still a killer deal. Okay, we could compare to other Chinese phones, but I'm thinking more of US market phones, it is a great deal for what you are getting.Moshe100October 18, 2019Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!A gadget unicorn - Engadgettwidget199580October 18, 2019Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!The biggest issue I have with this phone is the fingerprint reader. If your fingers are cold, wet, sweaty - it won't read the print. Everything else? Pretty much what you'd expect from a modern flagship phone.Jeff90October 17, 2019Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!The best in its category. We highly recommend it. - EngadgetNate90October 17, 2019Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!I love my OnePlus 7 Pro! My OnePlus 6T is a good phone but the 7 Pro is a great phone.Geo24170July 24, 2019Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!This is my 3rd OnePlus phone having started with the 1, then the 5T, and now the 7 Pro. With both the 5T and 7 Pro there is a BIG PROBLEM when running OS 9 rather than 8, as from my experience there is a BLUETOOTH BUG in their version of OS9, and it won't connect with some of my Bluetooth devices, most critically my Tesla Model 3! I was able to work with their tech staff to roll back my 5T to OS8 and the resolved the Tesla connectivity issue, but we haven't been able to roll back the 7PRO to that earlier more fully functional OS. Darn. I would NOT RECOMMEND this model to anybody with a newer Tesla, as it is a failure for handsfree calling using their OS9 as it now exists.Alain70July 19, 2019Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!I'm really satisfied with this phone. There's just so much to love about it, specially for the price: PROS:- The screen is just amazing, huge, vibrant, smooth, bright... best screen on any phone. Period.- It's FAST, I've thrown all apps I can think of at it, and it just doesn't skip a beat.- Great battery life. It easily lasts me 1.5 to 2 days of regular to heavy use.- Clean and useful software: NO BLOATWARE, an almost stock android version, and the few add-ons are genuinely useful.- The fingerprint scanner is blazing fast, and very VERY accurate.- Great camera. I'm professional photographer, but all photos I've taken look amazing, and sincerely, on occasions look better than those of the P30.- Great build quality. It's a gorgeous phone.- Dual SIM! Yay!CONS:- No sd card slot (although i got the 256GB variant, so no biggy).- No headphone jack: this one hurts more, but oh well, you can't get everything I guess- It is a heavy and very big phone. Not a problem for me, because I have big hands, but something to consider if your palms are smaller.For me, this is THE PHONE of 2019, specially because it's cheaper than all other flagships (and, in case of the iphone X, much, much, MUCH cheaper)Martin100July 8, 2019Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!The predictable end of the one sided slab phone/pda design cycle in a blazing fast package with the best display.Oliver100June 26, 2019Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!A gadget unicorn - EngadgetRad90June 20, 2019Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!Beautiful phone with blazing speed and amazing display. Love the notchless screen and pop-up camera. Thus far this is my favorite phone I have ever owned.hvacigar80June 19, 2019Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!There's a lot to like about this in spite of a few flaws. - EngadgetTroy70June 7, 2019Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!A dependable product that doesn't really stand out from the competition. - Engadget
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