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OnePlus 7 Pro India review: Fastest is no longer enough

  OnePlus 7 Pro India review: Fast is not always better

If you look at the phones that OnePlus launched over the past two years, there is a clear pattern. OnePlus 5 and 5T ushered in a new design aesthetics that were much more modern and last year's OnePlus 6 and 6T built on that vision by introducing new materials and upgraded hardware.

Design is a key focus area for the company, and CEO Pete Lau is particularly dedicated to getting all the details right. I talked to him before the launch of OnePlus 6T last year and he mentioned that the special red color OnePlus chose OnePlus 6 Red to cost more money, but they still went with that option because of how vivid it looked. [1

9659004] This obsessive attention to detail is evident when looking at OnePlus 7 Pro. OnePlus splits its strategy this year and rolls out OnePlus 7 Pro to take advantage of Samsung's and Google's and at the same time offering OnePlus 7 as a more valuable alternative. OnePlus 7 Pro has all the new technologies: a beautiful 90Hz QHD + screen, 30W wired charge and UFS 3.0 storage. OnePlus 7 comes with slightly updated hardware in the same chassis as OnePlus 6T. Think about it this way: OnePlus 7 Pro is the company's flagship in 2019, and OnePlus 7 is more like OnePlus 6TT.

The new additions have significantly increased the cost of the device: OnePlus 7 Pro starts at € 485 ($ 705), or € 12,000 ($ 175) more than OnePlus 6T. It brings the device closer to Galaxy S10s than securities such as POCO F1. Let's see if OnePlus 7 Pro can keep itself in this segment.

OnePlus 7 Pro

The best phone with the least impressive camera.

OnePlus 7 Pro has a fantastic new QHD + display, and the 90Hz refresh rate makes everyday interactions smooth. The internal hardware has been updated in 2019, and right now it's the fastest phone on the market today. That said, the camera is almost not as good as what you get with Samsung or Google, and you miss out on wireless charging and water resistance.

The Good

  • Fantastic 90Hz display
  • Latest hardware specifications
  • ] Stereo speakers
  • Chin-free design
  • Clean software experience
  • 30 W cord

The bad

  • Mediocre camera

The bad

  • Mediocre camera
  • The bad
    • Mediocre camera
    • Too large and opaque
    • No water resistance
    • No 3.5 mm jack

About this review

I am writing this review after using OnePlus 7 Pro for just over three weeks. I used the device mainly in Hyderabad and took it on a week long junket to Beijing and Shenzhen. OnePlus has prepared a few updates for the phone, with the latest build (9.5.4.GM21AA) bringing camera fixes. The phone was connected to Airtel and Jios 4G network in Hyderabad.

OnePlus 7 Pro Hardware

  OnePlus 7 Pro India review: Fast is not always better

The first thing you notice on OnePlus is the screen. OnePlus has steadily increasing the screen size of its devices over the past two years, and OnePlus 7 Pro has a massive 6.67 inch display. It is one of the biggest screens on a phone today, and OnePlus was able to plug this panel into a chassis that is only 5mm higher than 6T by getting rid of the camera.

The enclosures have been reduced by a certain margin as a result, and OnePlus 7 Pro is one of the best screen designs I've seen to date. There are hardly any wraps at the top and bottom, and it is even more impressive that OnePlus managed to lay an earplug that acts as a secondary speaker over the top edge. But more on that later.

As in last year's equipment, OnePlus 7 Pro has a glass back – encased in Gorilla Glass 5 – and you can download the device in Mirror Gray or Nebula Blue color scheme. I have used the latter and it is one of the best color variants OnePlus has launched to date. The design is rich and glossy and you get an anti-reflective coating that gives the unit a mat-like finish on the back. There are three cameras on the back and the elongated body protrudes slightly from the phone body.

The best screen design to date with a 90Hz display that changes how you interact with your phone.

Alert Slider is once more to the right, just above the power button. The volume rocker is on the right and at the bottom you get a USB-C charging port and primary speaker. Overall, the design combines with fit and finish that OnePlus 7 Pro is each as a prize as the latest Samsung flagship.

Retractable cameras are the new notch, and OnePlus 7 Pro has a mechanized slider similar to what Vivo has made in this room for just over a year. The module pops up when you need to take a selfie or face unlock, and OnePlus says the mechanism lasts over 300,000 times. In addition, the module works in conjunction with the gyro and accelerometer to detect if the phone is taking a dryer, and then automatically retracts to prevent damage.

All screen design makes the display of OnePlus 7 Pro one of the most prone ones you find in a phone today. In addition to the larger panel switch, OnePlus has also increased the resolution on the screen as the phone is the first from the brand to offer a Quad HD + Fluid AMOLED panel. Then there is the fact that the screen is curved on both sides, like the latest Samsung flagships.

But what makes the screen really stand out is the 90Hz refresh rate. The higher refresh rate combined with the QHD + panel and the robust internal hardware make everyday interactions smooth. Apps loads instantly, and browsing long-form content on Chrome and scrolling through Instagram posts has been an absolute pleasure.

The screen is also rated for HDR10 +, also the first for OnePlus. OnePlus 7 Pro is particularly large as a media consumption device thanks to the large bezel-less display and stereo speakers. Stereo speakers are surprisingly loud – so much so that I had to lower the volume to approx. 60% while streaming content – but all this volume does not exactly match the clarity. The stereo program on the Pixel 3 XL makes a much better job both with signal separation and overall clarity.

As has been the case for some time, you get a wealth of customization options for the display. You can select the display modes during the initial configuration – a welcome change – and you can choose between natural, live or advanced modes. Vivid increases color, and in Advanced you get to choose from sRGB, AMOLED Wide Gamut or DCI-P3. You can also manually adjust the color temperature of your choice.

In addition to screen calibration, you can also adjust the refresh rate from 90Hz to 60Hz and lower the resolution to FHD + – with both options designed to provide more battery life. There is also a surrounding display that shows time and unread messages. There is no message LED on the device, but OnePlus rolls out a new feature called Horizon Light that lights up the sides of the screen when there is a new review.

With HDR10 + and stereo speakers, OnePlus 7 Pro is extremely large as a media consumption device.

Almost the screen is, you will not be able to play games at 90fps yet. OnePlus says it still tests thermal management and that it will whitelist games to make full use of the 90Hz panel in no time. Most Android games are locked to 60fps, but with the ASUS and Razer rollout of high refresh rate devices, there is now a decent list of titles up to 90fps.

Snapdragon 855 is a new chipset – OnePlus 7 Pro is the first device in the country to operate it – and while switching to a 7nm node enables even more energy efficiency gains, it's an untested platform. As such, there are many tests required before OnePlus whitelist's games that can be played at 90fps. It would have been ideal if OnePlus did the necessary testing before launching the phone, but you have to wait for a software update before you can play Mortal Kombat X at 90fps. At the moment you have to do with silky soft scrolling in eg. Facebook, Chrome and Instagram.

Rounding off the display side of things OnePlus has tweaked Night Mode to allow the screen brightness to go all the way down to 0.27 nits. This makes it easier to view the screen at night, and the mode also adds a blue light filter to prevent eye strain. The read mode is also back, and it continues to be one of my favorite features in OxygenOS. With the reader function, the screen becomes essentially monochrome, making it ideal to read long-form content. With the largest dimensions of the display, I ended up using OnePlus 7 Pro as a more portable Kindle.

  OnePlus 7 Pro India review

OnePlus lavished a lot of attention on the display, but that doesn't mean it's ignored the rest of the hardware. OnePlus 7 Pro has the latest in-house hardware you find on any phone today, and is the first mainstream device for sports UFS 3.0 storage.

The Snapdragon 855 chipset comes with more enhancements over Snapdragon 845, with Qualcomm now using a single "prime" core that is significantly higher. There is a single Kryo 485 core clocked at 2.84GHz supported by three Kryo 485 cores at 2.42GHz and together they constitute the high cores.

With a Snapdragon 855 and UFS 3.0 storage, OnePlus 7 Pro is the fastest phone you buy in 2019.

In addition to higher frequencies, the primary core also has 512 KB L2 cache, versus 256KB for the other three cores. All four cores are based on the ARM Cortex A76 core, and for energy efficient tasks, the chip depends on four 1.8 GHz cores derived from Cortex A55. These low-energy cores have a 128KB L2 cache.

Qualcomm utilizes a 45% performance increase over the Kryo 385 cores on Snapdragon 845 and 20% uptick with Adreno 640 over Adreno 630. Snapdragon 845 was no slash at first, and the benefits of Snapdragon 855 mean it should could do everything you throw it for a few years to come.

OnePlus 7 Pro comes with 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage as standard, and there is also a variant with 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage. The high-end option comes with a staggering 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage, and considering that even 8 GB of RAM is overkill on a phone, you are better off going with the 8 GB model.

In day-to-day use, OnePlus 7 Pro is the fastest phone I've ever used. The premium internal hardware combined with the 90Hz display and OxygenOS interface allows OnePlus 7 Pro to deliver speed that you just can't find on other phones. I've used other devices based on Snapdragon 855 – most recently Mi 9 – but it didn't feel as fast as OnePlus 7 Pro. The speed offered here is addictive.

  OnePlus 7 Pro India review

There wasn't a time when I felt the phone was slow or slow, even when playing visually intensive titles. Wi-Fi performance was also stellar thanks to the 2×2 MIMO modem, and I also have no problems with calls – VoLTE works fine on both Airtel and Jio.

A much better haptic engine, fast face lock and 30 W cord.

OnePlus also made many improvements in other areas. Especially the haptic engine has acquired a superfluous inspection via an x-axis motor, and while it is not as good as the motor on Pixel 3, it comes pretty close. The fingerprint sensor is also significantly better than the one on OnePlus 6T, and it is one of the better optical modules I've used this year.

Face lock is not as fast as it used to be as the camera module should now pop up to approve your features, but it is still a viable biometric option. As in previous years, face locking is primarily the software drive and is not as secure as a PIN.

OnePlus 7 Pro has a 4000mAh battery, but due to the 90Hz display, there is no difference in this area over previous OnePlus devices. I struggled to make the phone stay one day in the first week, but a software update made things much better. Now I can routinely get a day's ease of use consistently with an average screen-on time of just over five hours.

And when you are charging the phone, you can rely on Warp Charge, which provides a 30W charge. You can charge from zero to 50% in just over 20 minutes and up to 50% for 30 minutes during play.

  OnePlus 7 Pro India review

A knock-on impact due to the big screen and 4000mAh battery is the weight. At 206g, OnePlus 7 Pro is easily the heaviest phone I've used for a long time, and I don't really understand where all that extra weight comes from. The Galaxy Note 9 has similar dimensions and is made of glass, but has gaskets for water resistance, a housing for the S Pen, a 3.5mm jack and coils for wireless charging and Samsung Pay. But it ends another way at 201g, five grams less than OnePlus 7 Pro.

You need a case with OnePlus 7 Pro, making an already heavy phone even heavier.

The weight leads to fatigue if you use OnePlus 7 Pro when lying down, and because of the square design and the matt finish on the back, use the unit with a case and further increase the weight. While note 9 weighs almost as much, I have not had trouble using that device, and that is because Samsung did a better job with weight distribution. OnePlus 7 Pro feels top-heavy and makes the device opaque.

There is a clear case bundle in the box, and OnePlus has a large selection of options for first party cases. When talking about bound objects, you do not get a USB-C to 3.5mm dongle in the box, nor are there any ear plugs included in the unit.

And since we are subject to missing items, OnePlus 7 Pro does not have water resistance or wireless charging. Their omission was not a big thing in previous years, but with the unit now costing € 48,999, expectations are higher. I am okay with the fact that there is no wireless charge but water resistance is a tabletop feature in 2019. If OnePlus has the money for Robert Downey pays Jr. can it pay to have their phone tested

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OnePlus 7 Pro Software

  OnePlus 7 Pro India review

The same OxygenOS experience as before, but with a little extra for Indian users. [19659031] While OxygenOS 9.5 feels very familiar when it comes to the interface itself, OnePlus has added a number of features to further differentiate its custom skin. There is now a built-in screen recorder function that makes it easy to record games or troubleshooting steps, and the best part is that you can also record your own sound. You can pause and resume whenever you want, select the resolution and bitrate to record your footage and more.

OnePlus also takes its game mode one step further with Fnatic mode. The name should immediately be known to anyone playing e-sports, where OnePlus collaborates with Fnatic for mainly turbocharge gaming mode. When you activate Fnatic mode, everything is dialed to maximum, with messages, calls and all background activity silent.

There is also a new Zen mode designed to help you with phone addiction. If you enable Zen mode, your phone becomes basically useless for 20 minutes, and all you can do is make emergency calls and take pictures. OnePlus says it is designed to encourage users to put down their phones and interact with their environment. If you don't want to do that, there's nothing to worry about. Zen Mode is an opt-in feature.

Here are all the new features of OxygenOS 9.5

India is OnePlus largest market with the country accounting for just over a third of its global sales. Therefore, OnePlus rolls out a ROM adapted to the Indian market with features that will only be available to Indian customers. The native SMS app will start filtering spam messages and start automatically categorizing texts into folders – just like Microsoft's excellent SMS Organizer – and it will also surface information like OTP's and PNR's.

The caller also receives spam call prevention and call identification, and OnePlus spreads its SIM roaming service in the country. Finally, there is a Work-Life Balance feature that allows you to control which apps will send you notifications during the day.

Indian Exclusive Features Go In An OxygenOS Beta Building That Expires In The End Of June,

OnePlus 7 Pro Camera

  OnePlus 7 Pro India Review

Camera tuning has been the OnePlus & # 39; Achilles heel for some time now and it has not changed with OnePlus 7 Pro. The rest of the hardware has been significantly upgraded, and while the company is using new camera sensors, overall quality has not changed dramatically from last year.

Before we get to that, a hardware update you & # 39; again with OnePlus 7 Pro: There is a primary 48MP f / 1.6 camera supported by an 8MP telephoto lens and 16MP wide-angle shooter. The primary lens has OIS and EIS, and the zoom lens also has OIS.

The wide-angle lens offers a 117 degree field of view, and the 8MP telephoto delivers 3x optical zoom. There has been some confusion about the focal length and sensor size, as the telephoto lens uses a 13MP sensor, but it essentially cuts down to 8MP to get 3x zoom.

OnePlus 7 Pro takes detailed photos in daylight conditions, with decent dynamic range and true colors. The camera is based on pixel binning to produce 12MP images from the 48MP sensor, resulting in better detail. But images taken in low light were not as good as what you would get on Pixel 3, Galaxy S10, P30 Pro or even Mi 9. The colors are confused and there is too much noise in the resulting photos. The dedicated night mode does a better job, but in general it is not the quality you expect from a phone that costs .000 50,000.

For € 48,999 you deserve a phone with a much better camera.

The wide-angle lens is also not up to the mark with significant lens distortion and dull colors. The telephoto lens goes a little better when it comes to colors, but you lose a lot of details. The zoom lens also pulls duplicate work as the portrait camera, and it does a much better job in this regard. In the meantime, the front camera is strictly average for selfies.

OnePlus acknowledged that it would correct camera optimization with the latest OxygenOS design (9.5.4.GM21AA) designed to do just that. While you get marginally better dynamic range, it does not move properly on the needle. You still get average images out of the device and it is especially frustrating that the same sensor on other phones has delivered much better results.

This is clearly the case that OnePlus cannot tune the camera on its phones, and it must do much better in this regard if it wants to play with similar ones like Samsung, Google and Huawei. Huawei, in particular, has widespread meaningful innovations in this space this year, and Google continues to dominate when it comes to computing photography.

OnePlus solution so far has been to add higher res sensors to its devices, but the particular strategy has not worked for the manufacturer. It is necessary to dedicate time and resources to optimizing its cameras because the available hardware is right up there with the best available today.

OnePlus 7 Pro Bottom line

  OnePlus 7 Pro India review

OnePlus 7 Pro is the most ambitious phone OnePlus has released to date and it has many things right. The company's forte is in hardware, and in that respect, OnePlus 7 Pro is an absolute animal. I'm not exaggerating when I say this is the fastest phone I've used.

A great phone with great hardware that is knocked down by a sub-camera.

The 90Hz display is an absolute pleasure and you need to use it to see how smooth it is. The machine being offered should easily last a few years without any problems, and the entire front of the screen makes OnePlus 7 Pro an ideal device for gaming and viewing multimedia content on the go.

The rest of the hardware has seen noticeable upgrades as well: stereo speakers are a welcome addition, and the fingerprint sensor on the screen is much better this time around. The 4000mAh battery is good enough for a user-friendly day, and 30W wired charging means you can easily fill up during the day.

The only area where the device falls is the camera. The primary camera is not far near the potential of the Sony IMX 586 module, and OnePlus should not have bothered the wide-angle lens at all. Here is to hope that OnePlus can turn things around with software updates in the coming months.

out of 5

Although £ 48,999, OnePlus 7 Pro is € 25,000 ($ 360) smaller than the Galaxy S10 +, making it a decent value value. You don't get a camera that can hold the Galaxy S10 +, Pixel 3 series or P30 Pro, but it's not new: OnePlus has always struggled to set the cameras on its phones. The Chinese manufacturer has done a good job in general, and if you are okay with the deviations in camera and lack of water resistance, the OnePlus 7 Pro is the device for you.

If you are not convinced yet, I would suggest to abstain. ASUS & # 39; ZenFone 6 looks very interesting, and it also has similar indards, clean software and a rotating camera module. The value of the flagship room has much room to grow in India, and there will be no shortage of opportunities in this category in the coming months.

OnePlus 7 Pro

The best phone with the least impressive camera.

OnePlus 7 Pro has a fantastic new QHD + display, and the 90Hz refresh rate makes everyday interactions smooth. The internal hardware has been updated in 2019, and right now it's the fastest phone on the market today. That said, the camera is almost not as good as what you get with Samsung or Google, and you miss out on wireless charging and water resistance.

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