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OnePlus 7 Pro review

Update: Our OnePlus 7 Pro review and testing enters its third week, and we're continuing to use camera for two reasons. First, OnePlus gave it a software update to make it better, and second, the 3x optical zoom isn't all it's cracked up to be. Read on.

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The OnePlus 7 Pro is ready to take your portrait with its novel pop-up selfie camera and then dazzle you with its silky-smooth, truly unblemished all-screen display – two features Apple and Samsung can’t match with their market-leading flagship phones.

It’s the latest Android phone from the Chinese brand to outmaneuver its top-shelf competition, offering similarly high-end power and features, but at a consumer-friendly lower price. OnePlus has done it again. But brace yourselves, long-time fans: this new model is more expensive than last year’s OnePlus 6T and its newest competition, the Honor 20 Pro. If you're looking for a cheaper option you'll want to look at the OnePlus 7.

What you get from the OnePlus 7 Pro in exchange for the extra money it costs is an upgrade deserving of the ‘Pro’ name. This smartphone’s immersive 6.67-inch screen challenges Samsung’s display crown by ditching the ugly bezel outline and gaining a 90Hz refresh rate for a more fluid gaming and even scrolling experience.

Its 19.5:9 aspect ratio is tall – small hands won’t reach all corners of the stretched-out display. We wish there was a OnePlus 7 Pro mini, but do appreciate the curved edges for an overall thinner profile. The second-gen in-screen fingerprint sensor has also been improved to help you more reliably access the phone the first time you press your thumb to the glass.

Underneath the HDR10+ screen are Qualcomm’s top-of-the-line Snapdragon 855 chipset, a hefty 4,000mAh battery that powered us through a day (but not any longer than that), and up to 256GB of storage and 12GB of RAM – that latter spec is actually more than you need from a phone, so the 8GB version is just fine.

The OnePlus 7 Pro triple-lens rear camera array is spearheaded by a 48MP sensor, new 3x telephoto and ultra-wide lenses, and low-light-ready Nightscape mode. It's closer to Google Pixel 3 and Huawei P30 Pro quality, but not the best camera phone, and its telephoto lens is really a 2.2x optical zoom with some cropping, according to Reddit sleuths. A new software update promises improvements, so we'll continue to test out the perfectly good, but not flawless OnePlus 7 Pro camera.

On the downside, once again there’s no 3.5mm headphone jack, microSD card slot or wireless charging, which will be a headache for some. But the 7 Pro does offer the fastest charging rates we’ve ever tested thanks to the included (and oversized) Warp Charge 30 adapter, while there’s also a new stereo speaker system.

The OnePlus 7 Pro is closer to delivering everything you want from a flagship phone than any previous OnePlus handset – but for this reason it also no longer fits into the budget or mid-range categories. Once hailed a ‘flagship killer’, the OnePlus series is now a flagship to be killed.

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Price analysisLaunches May 17 with early access at T-Mobile today128GB+6 GB RAM: $669 / £649256GB+8GB RAM: $699 / £699256GB+12GB RAM: $749 / £799OnePlus 7 Pro specs

Weight: 206gDimensions: 162 x 75 x 8.8OS: Android 9Screen size: 6.67-inchResolution: QHD+CPU: Snapdragon 855RAM: 6GB/8GB/12GBStorage: 128/256GBBattery:  4,000mAhRear camera: 48MP + 8MP + 16MPFront camera: 16MPWaterproof: No official ratingHeadphone jack: No

The OnePlus 7 Pro release date was Friday, May 17, although diehard fans in the US were able to purchase it after May 14's launch event T-Mobile promotion. They waited in a long line to be the first to buy this phone.

It costs $669 (£649) for its entry-level configuration with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, an option only available in Mirror Gray, and goes up to $749 (£799) for 256GB / 12GB of RAM, with this version only available in the more appealing Nebula Blue finish.

We think the sweet spot for most OnePlus 7 Pro buyers will be $699 (£699) for the 256GB / 8GB configuration – which is also what T-Mobile happens to be pushing to all of its consumers in the US – and this is also the only option to come in both Mirror Gray and Nebula Blue.

Is OnePlus 7 Pro too expensive for you? A cheaper, less flashy OnePlus 7 will be sold eventually in the UK and Europe, while the OnePlus 6T will continue to be sold in the US, which won’t get the OnePlus 7 at all.

Not expensive enough? There will be a pricier OnePlus 7 Pro 5G version of the phone with super-faster internet speeds. It has a May 30 release date in the UK and is so far exclusive to carrier EE.

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DisplayImmersive 6.67-inch true all-screen display with HDR10+ and no notch90Hz refresh rate offers fluid gaming and smooth scrolling19.5:9 aspect ratio makes it tall – this isn’t for small hands

This is where OnePlus has put the most work into its new phone, and it shows. There’s more screen, and more fluidity, here than on almost any phone we’ve tested to date.

The OnePlus 7 Pro will be the first true all-screen phone that most of the world will be able to buy – there’s no notch and no punch-hole blemishes. Its novel pop-up front camera doesn’t eat into the display real estate, and it’s an idea we’ve already seen in Vivo, Oppo and Xiaomi devices launched in China. But this phone has worldwide appeal.

Its bezelless 6.67-inch display is only half the story. OnePlus calls its display ‘Fluid AMOLED’, touting a refresh rate of 90Hz instead of the usual 60Hz. We experienced smoother motion when watching TV and playing games, and also found that simply scrolling web pages looked better. It’s hard to go back to 60Hz after experiencing the OnePlus 7 Pro at 90Hz – every phone should have this.

We’ve tested, and appreciate, the gamer-focused Razer Phone 2 at 120Hz and the Asus ROG Phone, which sits at a OnePlus-tying 90Hz. But the 7 Pro offers a more mainstream design and appeal, and it has faster specs, a better camera and superior software to boot.

The OnePlus 7 Pro 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.

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DesignCurved edges give it a Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus vibe, only it’s a tad biggerNo microSD card slot or IP water-resistance rating, but mute switch returnsIn-screen fingerprint sensor is faster and more accurate than on the 6T

The OnePlus 7 Pro design is almost everything you want from a smartphone in 2019. It looks like an ever-so-slightly taller version of the Galaxy S10 Plus – without the punch-hole camera.

It has the same thin black bezel screen outline, same curved edges, and same glass build, with the tapered edges coming to a fine point, making it easy to grasp the thin frame. It’s hard not to like holding this big phone, even if it does take two hands to operate it comfortably. And if you’re afraid of dropping it, OnePlus has included a clear plastic no-frills case in the box.

OnePlus 7 Pro’s colors 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 introduce a glossy golden Almond color that also looked like a standout hue when we got to see it.

Not everything mirrors Samsung’s design, and that’s both good and bad news. We love 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’s 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.

What the OnePlus 7 Pro lacks is a 3.5mm headphone port – the company axed it from last year’s 6T, and it was hardly going to bring the feature back when it has improved Bullet Wireless 2 earbuds to sell you. It’s 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.

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Pop-up selfie cameraMechanical pop-up selfie camera delivers a wow factor worldwideNeat freefall protection trick minimizes risk to new moving partsActual front camera photo quality is very good, but not the best

We’re not sure if pop-up selfie cameras are the future of our self-indulgent smartphone photos, but it’s a wow-inducing idea for 2019 – and they leave phone screen completely unblemished. The camera pops out of the top of the OnePlus 7 Pro’s body with a faint mechanical whir, but only when the camera app is active and in selfie mode. Otherwise, it remains hidden.

Concerned that introducing new mechanical parts would leave this phone prone to damage? Us too. What’s neat is that if you drop it – or pretend to drop it like we did to trigger the gyro sensor – the pop-up camera actually retreats back into its protective shell while in freefall. It’s still a part that can break, but this is a well-thought-out safety measure to minimize risk.

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The actual photo quality matches the camera’s spring-loaded sophistication – sometimes. It thrives in well-lit environments, 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’s a step up from the more ghostly, 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 camera exhibits 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 handset below your chin.

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Triple cameraMain 48MP camera offers much better photo quality over the 6TNew 16MP ultra-wide lens and 8MP telephoto lens for 3x optical zoomBut optical zoom is more like 2.2x optical with some tricky cropping Night Sight mode improves, but can be worthless without a tripod 

This main camera has consistently been OnePlus’ biggest weakness. Good news: we found that the OnePlus 7 Pro triple-lens rear camera captures vastly better photos than its predecessors, even if it isn’t always close to being the best camera phone.

Its 48MP camera with an f/1.6 aperture leads the charge, exhibiting more texture, less shadow, and slightly warmer colors than last year’s OnePlus phones. Gone are the occasionally ghostly and often muddy looking pictures in favor of brighter, sharper images, especially in ample light.

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Here’s why still isn’t the best: in dim light, it’s often too warm and amps up skin smoothing to compensate for noise – no one wants an airbrushed face with a red glow in a restaurant photos. Side-by-side comparisons show that the Pixel 3 (and the Pixel 3a) have more color pop when appropriate, and better portrait bokeh. The portrait mode here is uncomfortably tight, a lot more so than the OnePlus 6T, and lacks clarity in low light.

Night Sight mode is back for low-light shots, and it’s been improved. Specifically, it’s tempered to not blow out white lights in mixed-lightning night shots. But you’re going to have to put the OnePlus 7 Pro on a tripod to really do this mode justice; 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 8MP f/2.4 telephoto lens jumps to 3x zoom and, with optical image stabilization (OIS), it does a nice job of capturing far off subjects without digital distortion. But it's not truly a 3x optical zoom; it's a 2.2x optical zoom with some tricky cropping to get it to the 3x finish line, according to a Reddit sleuth. The best zoom on a phone camera remains the Huawei P30 Pro a 5x optical zoom. The OnePlus 7 Pro 16MP f/2.2 ultra-wide lens does the opposite, offering a 117-degree field of view that we found ideal for landscape photos, but soft at the edges at night.

With the OnePlus 7 Pro we have a good but not flawless smartphone camera. Its triple-lens configuration offers shot variety, 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.

PerformanceAmong the fastest Android phones we’ve testedUp to 12GB of RAM, but the 8GB RAM version will treat you fineFirst phone in the world with faster UFS 3.0 read/write speeds

The OnePlus 7 Pro tagline ‘Go beyond speed’ means this phone focuses on more than just clock speed, but raw performance certainly isn’t neglected. It’s among the fastest Android phones we’ve tested, tied with the LG G8 and nearly as fast as the Samsung Galaxy S10 series.

It’s the mighty Snapdragon 855 chipset that delivers a nice boost in clock speed, and up to 12GB of RAM that offers a high ceiling. We had no problem 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. 

Extending its horsepower, there’s a 10-layer liquid cooling system underneath the glass hood to prevent the phone from getting too hot, while there’s also a new haptic vibration motor to provide instant feedback with new levels of granularity. The RAM boost, cooling system and enhanced vibrations combine to make this a solid gaming phone. 

There’s one more secret weapon in the OnePlus 7 Pro specs: it’s the world’s first phone with UFS 3.0 storage. This means it 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 phones.

SoftwareLikable lightweight software overlay on top of Android PieExtended Screenshot tool returns with more fluidityZen Mode is a nice companion to Digital Wellbeing

Oxygen OS is OnePlus’ software skin running on top of Android 9.0 Pie. 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.

New with the OnePlus 7 Pro software suite is a built-in screen recorder. You can capture everything that’s happening on your display if you want to, for example, create a play-by-play video tutorial. You can even choose to record internal or external audio.

Google thinks full-length screenshots are ‘infeasible’ for stock Android, but OnePlus has you covered with its returning Extended Screenshot tool, and it’s reintroduced with more scrolling screen fluidity thanks to the OnePlus 7 Pro’s 90Hz refresh rate – gone is the jerky motion of stitching and moving down a long web page.

Zen Mode is a new software perk along the lines of Google’s Digital Wellbeing, encouraging you to put down your phone more often. Entering this mode restricts 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 photos, but the point is to give yourself a 20-minute digital break.

The OnePlus 7 Pro is close to pure Android, it has fun software extras, and it’s easy to use. Best of all, the company has been quick to update to new versions of Android – it’s even beta-testing the OnePlus 6T with Android 10 Q, whereas Samsung takes forever with updates.

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BatteryMore than all-day battery life with the default Full HD resolutionThe 4,100mAh battery capacity is the largest in a Galaxy S phoneSamsung's fast charging is slower than rivals, but still beats Apple

There’s a hefty 4,000mAh battery inside the OnePlus 7 Pro, and it’s been solid enough to get us through a full day of normal use. It matched our experience with the OnePlus 6T, which has a slightly smaller 3,700mAh battery, but also a less impressive screen at 60Hz.

We never found ourselves frantically hunting 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 – and that’s where the real OnePlus 7 Pro news is, battery-wise: it’s the fastest-charging phone we’ve tested, hitting over 90% after an hour’s charge in multiple tests.

The oversized Warp Charge 30 adapter and cable that are included in the box took us from 0% to 34% in just 15 minutes, then to 60% after 30 minutes, and we reached 100% in 1 hour and 23 minutes. We found that regular USB-C adapters provided much less impressive speeds.

WarpCharge 30 is noticeably 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.

Who's it for?

You love entertainment on your phoneThis is the best smartphone screen we’ve tested, so prepare to be sucked into the expansive 6.67-inch display – without punch-hole imperfections. Its HDR10+ support and 90Hz refresh rate are optimized for fluid movie watching and gaming.

You want that wow factorThink phone designs have gotten boring? Meet the motorized pop-up selfie camera that makes this true all-screen display possible. It acts as a neat party trick – which, ironically, takes a good selfie anywhere but low-lit parties.

You don’t want to pay a lot for a fast phoneThink phone designs have gotten boring? Meet the motorized pop-up selfie camera that makes this true all-screen display possible. It acts as a neat party trick – which, ironically, takes a good selfie anywhere but low-lit parties.

Who's it not for?

You want the hands-down best cameraThe quality of the cameras is good, and much improved from the OnePlus 6T, but you’re still going to get far better photos out of the Huawei P30 Pro, the Google Pixel 3, even the cheaper Pixel 3a.

You want a small phoneHeard good things about the OnePlus brand and want to move on from an aging sub-5-inch phone? Your fingers may have trouble reaching all corners of this massive 6.67-inch display. That’s literally a big problem.

You want a true budget phoneSorry, this isn’t actually a budget phone series anymore. The One Plus 7 Pro strays from its power-heavy, price-conscious roots to become the most expensive OnePlus phone to date.

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OnePlus 6T

This phone offers the better value if you don’t need the OnePlus 7 Pro’s wow factors. It’s still a powerful enough performer, has a large 6.4-inch display with a teardrop notch, and a long-lasting battery – and it’s also running Android 10 Q beta right now. Considering the jump in price between the 6T and 7 Pro, this is a good option if you don’t mind skipping the cool extras and camera quality.

• Read our OnePlus 6T review

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Samsung Galaxy S10e

Samsung’s entry-level Galaxy S phone for 2019 has a smaller 5.8-inch display and a punch-hole, but it’s still one we rave about for its main camera and overall performance. And if you’re looking for a premium glass phone with tighter dimensions, this comes in at a price very close to that of the OnePlus 7 Pro.

• Read our Samsung Galaxy 10e review

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Huawei Mate 20 Pro

If it's a big screen, plenty of power and multiple, high-performing rear cameras you're after, the Huawei Mate 20 Pro should be a serious consideration.

There's a similarly massive 6.39-inch QHD+ display in play here, plus a heap of power under the hood and a trio of versatile cameras on its rear. Plus there's an in-display fingerprint scanner, although its notch is larger than the S10 Plus.

The real kicker here though is the price. As the Mate 20 Pro is now six months old, its price has dropped and it can now be picked up for much less than the Galaxy S10 Plus.

• Read our Google Pixel 3a XL review

First reviewed: February 2019

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