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- 83AVERAGE CRITIC SCORE9 ReviewsCNET90A fast 7 Pro alternative that is cheaper but with less featuresWhile the Oneplus 7 lacks the excitement of the 7 Pro, it's the sensible choice if you're shopping on a budget. Get this phone over the older 6T.International Business Times70Practical choice for a flagship in 2019OnePlus 7 is definitely worth the money. It offers premium design, great performance, good display and audio, reliable battery and a price tag that's hard to match. The only area where I feel OnePlus 7 could be better is the camera, but if that's not your priority then go for the affordable 'flagship killer' by all means. If the camera is all that matters, Pixel 3a is a solid choice, but you'll have to settle on the performance bit by a huge margin - something OnePlus 7 refuses to compromise on.TechRadar80The underdog of 2019?OnePlus 7 is the most balanced phone you will probably hold in your hands this year. It's got a design that works with some minor touch-ups, a great viewing experience, sheer power under the hood and decent pair of cameras that won't let you miss any moment. On combining these elements with OxygenOS optimizations, we have a great flagship phone that does the basics right and then some.The Verge80Designed to make you want the OnePlus 7 ProIt feels like OnePlus invested all its time designing the 7 Pro, and then the company trickled down what it could fit into the OnePlus 6T chassis and budget space. I’m perfectly okay with that. I think the OnePlus 7 is a phone that most people will enjoy using, though it might be a frustrating reminder of the 7 Pro’s existence for the geekier among us.Stuff100The chosen oneEverything we love about the OnePlus is here and it’s starting at a throwaway priceExpert Reviews80Overshadowed but not outdoneDespite its problems, and the fact that OnePlus hasn’t updated the physical design of the phone, the OnePlus 7 still possesses all the credentials to compete with the best-value phones on the market. It costs a smidgen less than £500, includes the fastest mobile phone chipset around and OnePlus has improved the camera specifications this time around as well.BGR90Practical, value for money flagshipThe OnePlus 7 Pro has all the tricks up its sleeve, but the OnePlus 7 is a more practical flagship smartphone. You can get the base model with 6GB RAM and 128GB storage for Rs 32,999, and top end model with 8GB RAM with 256GB storage model for Rs 37,999. The OnePlus 7 offers a premium design, good overall cameras, snappy processor and fluid performance without breaking your bank.The Inquirer80One of the best Android phones around, but the dullest OnePlus has madeThe OnePlus 7 is a thoroughly excellent phone. It blends a lovely design, display and UI, with powerful performance and a solid camera setup, all for a price on the £500 mark.Android Police80OnePlus 7 ReviewWhat’s telling is how much I struggled coming up with negative things to write about the OnePlus 7. And that’s not to say it’s absolutely perfect, but as a whole package, it’s very polished. Performance is great, animations are smooth, the speakers are much better than before, and the software up there with Google’s Pixel version of Android, if not better. Camera quality would have been a real downside for OnePlus in years gone by, but it’s more than good enough these days. For just £499/€559 you’re getting a phone that does most things excellently, just like its predecessor, and that was our smartphone of the year for 2018.
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