The ₹53,000 OnePlus 7 Pro sports a unique full-screen design with a large 6.67-inch display. It doesn’t make performance trade-offs. Its photos are pretty damn good. And while it’s not as cheap as the Pixel 3a or Pixel 3a XL, it delivers so much more than those devices that it feels like a bargain. That’s why we’re naming the OnePlus 7 Pro to our list of the best smartphones.
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OnePlus 7 Cheat Sheet: What’s New
- OnePlus created an edge-to-edge display by embedding the camera lens in a mechanism that pops up at the top of the 7 Pro.
- The 7 Pro sports a triple-lens camera array with wide-angle, standard and telephoto lenses.
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 and 12GB of RAM put the 7 Pro in iPhone XS territory when it comes to performance power.
- OnePlus improved its low-light Nightscape camera feature, and it shows.
- The OnePlus 7’s battery life could be better, but the fast charging impresses.
Design: As premium as it gets
The OnePlus 7 Pro is, quite simply, gorgeous. Everything about it speaks my language, even though the practical part of my brain hates its size. At 6.67 inches long, the 7 Pro isn’t the largest phone you can buy right now, but when I put it in my front pocket, it’s big enough to poke me in the stomach when I sit down.
But I’m willing to overlook that because OnePlus combines the best parts of Huawei and Samsung’s design sensibilities in a flagship phone that costs a third less than those companies’ latest devices.
The 7 Pro’s slightly curved AMOLED makes the gigantic, 6.67-inch screen seem every larger and more immersive. It’s reminiscent of Samsung galaxy s10 plus, but bigger (and, to my eye, better).
Cameras: Low-light rivals Pixel
OnePlus isn’t the first smartphone maker to extend its display by removing the camera from the screen and putting a retractable pop-up front-facing lens on top of the device. In fact, we saw a front-facing pop-up camera and in-display fingerprint sensor in the Vivo Nex, nine months ago. But that phone lacked polish, which the 7 Pro offers in abundance.
In addition to a pop-up selfie cam, OnePlus stacked three lenses on the back of the 7 Pro: a 48-megapixel standard lens, a 16-MP wide-angle lens with 117-degree field of view and an 8-MP telephoto lens with 3x optical zoom.
Battery life and Warp Share
The 7 Pro falls short in one key way: battery life. We’re beginning to expect more from flagship phones as their battery packs add more milliamps, and the OnePlus 7 Pro’s 4,000 mAh battery should result in lengthy battery life. But on the Tom’s Guide Battery Test, continuous web-surfing over T-Mobile’s LTE network until the battery dies, the 7 Pro lasted just 9 hours and 31 minutes.
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Now The question arises
Should I Wait for Samsung Note 10 or Iphone 11 Or get Oneplus 7 Pro?
So my Answer would be if you have some patience then wait if not then go for Oneplus 7 pro. As this Year we have seen many changes in Innovation and technology so we can expect something big from Apple and Samsung this year. God knows. It can be more better than oneplus. So rather to regret at last waiting can be a great choice.