Welcome to the OnePlus 7 Pro Review post, here in this post you will find everything about the OnePlus 7 Pro smartphone that you need to know.
The latest Android smartphone from the Chinese company to bypass its top-shelf competition is OnePlus 7 Pro, offering similarly high-end power and features at a consumer-friendly price. Its 19.5:9 aspect ratio is reasonably tall, so don’t expect small hands to reach all corners of the enlarged display. We hope there was a OnePlus 7 Pro mini, but we still value the curved edges for an overall thinner profile. The in-screen fingerprint sensor has also been modified to help you more reliably access the phone the first time you press your thumb to the glass.
Friday, May 17, 2019 is the release date of OnePlus 7 Pro
OnePlus 7 Pro Review: Specifications
Dimensions: 162 x 75 x 8.8
OS: Android 9
Screen size: 6.67-inch
CPU: Snapdragon 855
Rear camera: 48MP + 8MP + 16MP
Front camera: 16MP
Waterproof: No official rating
Headphone jack: No
OnePlus 7 Pro Review: Display
- Immersive 6.67-inch true all-screen display with HDR10+ and no notch
- 90Hz refresh rate offers fluid gaming and smooth scrolling
- 19.5:9 aspect ratio makes it tall – this isn’t for small hands
OnePlus 7 Pro will be the first true all-screen phone that most of the world will be able to buy, there is no notch and no punch-hole defects. Its refreshing pop-up front camera does not eat into the display real estate, and it is a concept we have already seen in Vivo, Oppo and Xiaomi phones launched in China. But this phone has worldwide appeal.
OnePlus has bezel-less 6.67-inch display which is only half the level, and calls its display ‘Fluid AMOLED’, touting a refresh rate of 90Hz instead of the usual 60Hz. We feel smoother motion when watching TV and playing games, and also found that simply scrolling web pages looked better. It is hard to go back to 60Hz after experiencing the OnePlus 7 Pro at 90Hz – every phone should have this.
We have tested, and appreciate, the gamer-focused Razer Phone 2 at 120Hz and the Asus ROG Phone, which sits at a OnePlus-tying 90Hz. But OnePlus 7 Pro offers a more ordinary design and appeal, and it has faster specs, a better camera and superior software to boot. It has a 19.5:9 aspect ratio that stretches from top to bottom, making it easier to get sucked into a fast-paced racing game on this screen. But, as mentioned, its tall proportions mean it’s not ideal for anyone who’s looking for a smaller phone.
OnePlus 7 Pro Review: Design
- Curved edges give it a Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus vibe, only it’s a tad bigger
- No microSD card slot or IP water-resistance rating, but mute switch returns
- In-screen fingerprint sensor is faster and more accurate than on the 6T
OnePlus 7 Pro has the identical thin black bezel screen outline, curved edges, and the same glass build, with the tapered edges coming to a fine point, making it easy to grasp the thin frame. It is hard not to like holding this big phone, even if it does take two hands to operate it comfortably. And if you are scared of dropping it, OnePlus has included a clear plastic no-frills case in the box.
The colors of this phone are glossy Mirror Gray and the more appealing Nebula Blue gradient in a matte finish, although, as mentioned, your choice of color is dependent on which storage/RAM combination you opt for. Later this year, the company will also bring up a glossy golden Almond color that also looked like a standout hue when we got to see it.
Not everything reflects Samsung’s design, and that is both good and bad news. We are in love with the psychical alert slider on the right side, why the iPhone continues to be the only other smartphone line with an easy-to-blindly-access mute switch is beyond us. There is also no Bixby button to mistake for a volume-down button on the left side; OnePlus sticks an on-screen Google Assistant shortcut in the bottom-left corner of the lock screen, and that’s just fine for us.
OnePlus 7 Pro lack of a 3.5mm headphone port, the company terminate it from last year’s OnePlus 6T, and it was hardly going to bring the feature back when it has make better Bullet Wireless 2 earbuds to sell you. It is also 0-for-10 on adding wireless charging and a microSD card slot. And it’s not officially IP-certified water-resistant, though the theory is that this is just a way to save money and it’ll do fine with a normal dunk. These omissions are either a big deal for you, or they’re not – we do think the internal storage options are generous enough for most people.
OnePlus 7 Pro Review: Pop-Up Selfie Camera
- Mechanical pop-up selfie camera delivers a wow factor worldwide
- Neat free-fall protection trick minimizes risk to new moving parts
- Actual front camera photo quality is very good, but not the best
When the camera app is active and in selfie mode the camera pops out of the top of the OnePlus 7 Pro’s body with a faint mechanical whir. Otherwise, it remains hidden. Nevertheless, in effort to provide customers with some guarantee as to the durability of its pop-up camera, OnePlus has posted a 12 hour long, stress-test video of the selfie snapper. It thrives in well-lit conditions, smooths skin way too aggressively in dim lighting, and overall has superior HDR compared to the front camera in other phones in this price range, though the Google Pixel 3 and Huawei P30 Pro took far better selfies in our side-by-side tests.
It is a step up from the more spectral, often blown-out selfie photos we got using the OnePlus 6T and its teardrop-shaped front camera, though be aware that the OnePlus 7 Pro’s pop-up selfie camera reveal some barrel distortion due to its wide field of view. You may have a long face for more than one reason if you hold this smartphone below your chin.
OnePlus 7 Pro Review: Triple Camera
- Main 48MP camera offers much better photo quality over the 6T
- New 16MP ultra-wide lens and 8MP telephoto lens for 3x optical zoom
- Night Sight mode improves, but can be worthless without a tripod
The main camera of OnePlus has consistently been its biggest weakness. But good news: we found that the OnePlus 7 Pro triple-lens rear camera captures hugely better images than its ancestor, even if it is not always close to being the best camera phone. OnePlus 7 Pro’s 48-MP camera with an f/1.6 aperture directs the charge, exhibiting more texture, less shadow, and slightly warmer colors than last year’s OnePlus phones. The portrait mode here is uncomfortably compact, a lot more so than the OnePlus 6T, and lacks clarity in low light.
OnePlus 7 Pro has improved Night Sight mode which is at back for low-light shots. Specifically, it is tempered to not blow out white lights in mixed-lightning night shots. But you have to put the OnePlus 7 Pro on a tripod to judge this mode fairly; even a slightly shaky hand on a cold night makes a scene look as if it’s melting all around you, and any movement causes light streaks and blurriness.
The 8-MP f/2.4 telephoto lens offers 3x zoom with optical image stabilization (OIS), capturing far off subjects. Note: according to a Reddit sleuth, it is really a 13-MP lens with a 2.2x optical zoom, and some tricky cropping to get it to the 3x finish line. It still gets you closer without digital deformation, though Huawei P30 Pro 5x telephoto lens reigns supreme. Its triple-lens layouts offers shot diversity, but its biggest attribute is the fact that it fixes the problems experienced with last year’s OnePlus cameras. The best cheap camera phone is the Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL, but this does an admirable job in most conditions.
OnePlus 7 Pro Review: Performance
- Among the fastest Android phones we’ve tested
- Up to 12-GB of RAM, but the 8-GB RAM version will treat you fine
- First phone in the world with faster UFS 3.0 read/write speeds
OnePlus 7 Pro tagline ‘Go beyond speed’ means the smartphone focuses on more than just clock speed, but raw performance certainly is not abandoned. It’s the mighty Snapdragon 855 chipset that hand over a nice boost in clock speed, and up to 12GB of RAM that offers a high ceiling. There was no problem for running apps, while downloading games, and watching a video all at the same time. That said, most people should be fine with the 8GB version of this phone. The OnePlus 7 Pro is built for performance.
We found there is a 10-layer liquid cooling system beneath the glass hood to prevent the phone from getting too hot while expanding its horsepower, there’s also a new haptic vibration motor to provide immediate result with new levels of granularity. The RAM boost, cooling system and increases vibrations combine to make this a solid gaming smartphone.
There is one more secret weapon in the OnePlus 7 Pro specs: it’s the world’s first phone with UFS 3.0 storage. It means this phone has faster read and write speeds, so while OnePlus persists with not including a microSD slot, the transfer speeds from the beefy internal storage options are 20x faster than those from the external card format that’s popular among other Android smartphones.
OnePlus 7 Pro Review: Software
- Likable lightweight software overlay on top of Android Pie
- Extended Screenshot tool returns with more fluidity
- Zen Mode is a nice companion to Digital Well-being
OnePlus 7 Pro is running on top of Android 9.0 Pie and the software is Oxygen OS. It offers a light amount of alterations to Google’s operating system ethos, with a minimalistic flat design – and the extras that are here are really likable changes. OnePlus 7 Pro software suite is a integrated screen recorder. You can take over everything that is happening on your display if you want to, for example, create a play-by-play video tutorial. Internal or external audio record can be chosen by yourself.
Zen Mode is a new software is benefit along the lines of Google’s Digital Well-being, motivating you to put down your phone more often. Entering this mode limits your phone usage for 20 minutes, no texts, no checking the news and no social media whatsoever. You can still make and receive calls and take pictures, but the point is to give yourself a 20-minute digital break.
OnePlus 7 Pro is close to pure Android, it has fun software supplement, and it is easy to use. Best of all, the company has been rapid to update to new versions of Android, it is even beta-testing the OnePlus 6T with Android 10 Q, whereas Samsung takes forever with updates
OnePlus 7 Pro Review: Battery Life
- All-day battery life, but it won’t reach two days
- The 4,000mAh battery capacity is over the 3,700mAh in the OnePlus 7
- Warp Charge 30 powers up the phone in under an hour and a half
There is a sustainable 4,000mAh of battery inside OnePlus 7 Pro, and it is been solid enough to get us through a full day of normal use. We never found ourselves madly searching for a power socket over the course of a day, but we did need to make sure we had the Warp Charge 30 charger with us overnight, it’s the fastest-charging phone we’ve tested, hitting over 90% after an hour’s charge in multiple tests.
The over-sized Warp Charge 30 adapter and cable that charge the phone from 0% to 34% in just 15 minutes, then to 60% after 30 minutes, and we reached 100% in 1 hour and 23 minutes. Regular USB-C adapters provided much less impressive speeds that’s what we found . Warp-charge 30 is observably faster than Samsung’s aging Adaptive Fast Charge technology; however, with no wireless charging and slower speeds with USB-C adapters, you’ll want to remember to pack this specific charger when you’re on your travels.
OnePlus 7 Pro Review: Verdict
OnePlus 7 Pro has a few surprises behind its extraordinary all-screen front, 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 movie-watching look extremely fluid. Even if it doesn’t have the best camera phone, it has features that Apple and Samsung are not giving you in 2019, and performance to match. One more surprise, though: this new OnePlus phone now costs almost as much as the iPhone XR and Galaxy S10e.
- Brilliant true all-screen display
- Pop-up camera has wow factor
- Fast performance and charging
- Camera is good, but not great
- Costs more than the OnePlus 6T
- Tall display isn’t for smaller hands
The Price of OnePlus 7 Pro in Nepal (Updated OnePlus 7 Pro Price in Nepal) ?
The authorized seller of OnePlus phone for Nepal has set the price of OnePlus 7 pro(6-GB&128-GB ) is Nrs 80,000, (8-GB&256-GB) is Nrs 99,000 and (12-GB&256-GB) is Nrs 109,000 in Nepal– and its price may slightly vary.
Where to buy OnePlus 7 Pro in Nepal? (Online/Offline OnePlus 7 Pro Purchasing Guide)
There are plenty of offline stores to buy OnePlus 7 Pro in Nepal. You can find this phone all over Nepal. If you prefer to buy this OnePlus 7 Pro online in Nepal, there are so many online shopping in Nepal. You can choose either daraz or sastodeals, choicemandu, Oliz Store or many others.