OnePlus 7 Pro features 6.67-inch display with 90Hz refresh rate, triple rear camera setup

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After launching its first smartphone five years ago, OnePlus has become an established mobile company, and today it’s revealing its latest flagship device: the OnePlus 7 Pro.

As the “Pro” in its name suggests, the OnePlus 7 Pro features several high-end features. The 6.67-inch 3120×1440 Fluid AMOLED display has no notch or hole-punch, giving you more screen for your content, but it does support HDR10 and HDR10+. The display also boasts a 90Hz refresh rate, which should help to make everything appear more smooth, and OnePlus says that the in-display fingerprint reader is 38 percent larger and takes 0.21 seconds to unlock.

Since there’s no notch or hole-punch, OnePlus used a pop-up mechanism for the 16MP selfie cam on the OnePlus 7 Pro. OnePlus says that the camera will pop out in 0.53 seconds, and if you’re concerned about its durability, OnePlus stress tested the camera by opening and closing it 300,000 times.

Around back there are three cameras, including a 48MP main snapper with Sony’s IMX586 sensor, f/1.6 aperture, and both optical image stabilization. OnePlus has also equipped its new flagship with an 8MP telephoto lens with 3x optical zoom and OIS, helping you to get closer to your subject without physically moving, and a 16MP wide angle lens with a 117-degree field of view so that you can fit more into a single shot.

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OnePlus has crammed top-end specs into the shell of the OnePlus 7 Pro, too. Qualcomm’s flagship Snapdragon 855 processor is in there, and the OP7 Pro can top out with 12GB of RAM. OnePlus touts that its RAM Boost feature will configure the available RAM to preload your most frequently used apps and games so that you can jump into them more quickly.¬†When it comes to storage, you can get up to 256GB built in to the OnePlus 7 Pro. The storage is UFS 3.0, which offers up to 79 percent faster sequential read and write speeds than UFS 2.1 storage.

Powering the OnePlus 7 Pro is a 4000mAh battery. That’s a big battery pack, but OnePlus has included its fast Warp Charge 3.0 tech to help you refill it more quickly. OnePlus says that with Warp Charge 3.0, you can charge from 0 percent to 50 percent in 20 minutes.

Other notable features of the OnePlus 7 Pro include dual speakers with Dolby Atmos support, liquid cooling, and an improved vibration motor that OnePlus says is larger and more powerful than vibration motors in its previous phones.

On the software side, the OnePlus 7 Pro runs Android Pie below OxygenOS 9.5. OnePlus has added some of its own software features into OxygenOS, like a screen recorder and an Fnatic Mode that’ll help you focus on your mobile gaming. There’s also a feature called Zen Mode that’ll lock out most of the features of your phone for 20 minutes to help you put your phone down. When Zen Mode is turned on, you’ll only be able to receive calls, make emergency calls, and take photos.

OnePlus touts that it will support the OnePlus 7 Pro with two years of regular software updates and three years of Android security patches.

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Pricing for the OnePlus 7 Pro will start at $669 for the model with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of built-in storage. You can move up to 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage for $699, and the top-end model with 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage will cost $749.

OnePlus is launching a trade-in program with the OnePlus 7 Pro in partnership with Phobio. With it, you can trade in an eligible device and receive up to $449 to put toward a OnePlus 7 Pro. Eligible devices include phones from Apple, Samsung, Google, LG, HTC, Motorola, and Sony, as well as all OnePlus phones, all the way back to the OnePlus One.

T-Mobile will be the exclusive U.S. carrier of the OnePlus 7 Pro, and it’ll be available today at the T-Mo Signature Store in New York City from 2:00 pm to 10:00 pm ET. The OP7 Pro will be available at T-Mobile Signature Stores in Chicago, Las Vegas, Miami, San Francisco, and Santa Monica tomorrow, May 15th, starting at 2:00 pm local time, and on May 17th, the OnePlus 7 Pro will be available for purchase at all T-Mobile stores and from T-Mobile.com.

T-Mobile will sell the OnePlus 7 Pro with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage for $0 down and $29.17 per month for 24 months on an Equipment Installment Plan. T-Mobile will also offer the OnePlus 7 Pro through JUMP! On Demand, with JOD pricing set at $0 down and $31 per month for an 18-month lease. T-Mo will sell the OnePlus 7 Pro in Nebula Blue and Mirror Grey.

As you’d expect from a brand new flagship phone on T-Mobile, the OnePlus 7 Pro supports all of T-Mo’s LTE network features. That includes 600MHz (LTE band 71) as well as 4×4 MIMO, 256 QAM, License Assisted Access (LAA), and carrier aggregation.

Sources: OnePlus, T-Mobile

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  • Alex Pilaia

    150% happy with my 1+6. Wish I had a reason to update to the 1+7… Unless Tmobile has it “on us” with the trade in of a 1+6..??

    • riverhorse

      Unlocked 6 to TMo 7… I vote it’s well worth the upgrade.

  • Android_God

    That is really a great price! That’s pretty amazing that it essentially dominates the Samsung Galaxy S10 in terms of specs for like a hundred or more less

    • Mike

      No wireless charging, display is still not as good as the S10, no ip rating, no sd card support, no headphone jack (to some ppl it matters because bluetooth audio quality sucks) and cameras with oneplus have always been questionable. Overall still a good phone it’s more of a Pixel killer then S10 killer.

      • Goober

        I was contemplating whether I should JOD my S10 for the OP7… I mean I did just get my S10 (after waiting 2 months after pre-ordering). I have to say the headphone jack really does matter to me because sometimes I forget my galaxy buds at home and its convenient to be able to plug in my headphones and not be inconvenienced for the whole day. So, I guess I won’t be switching.

  • Android_God

    Does anyone think that T-Mobile will do a BOGO on this?

    • disqus_7XunpanFgK

      Unlikely. I would anticipate a trade-in deal for “up to” X dollars off and then whatever remains split up over 24 month payments on EIP.

      OnePlus is now an established brand in the US and they raised the price $100 over last years initial price, so they are looking at profits over customer incentives.

      • PiCASSiMO

        Yes… I’m hoping they will continue with last-week’s Pixel 3a / 3a XL offers with the V20 at $200. I’ll gladly trade-in my wife’s V20, pass down my Oneplus 5T to my wife, and get a 7 Pro for myself.

        • steveb944

          I didn’t expect the V20 to be included, so I went Pixel 3a XL last week.

        • PiCASSiMO

          I’m not sure that V20 (or any other phone) will be included in a incentive. Holding off until it becomes available online on Friday 05/17.

  • pda96

    Does this phone have any audio enhancing features? Dolby Atmos, QDAC??

    • Alex Wagner

      Dolby Atmos support is included.

      • pda96

        Thanks.

  • Guillermo Eduardo Ortega-ibarr

    Did I miss it or no 5g version for tmobile

    • theromfather

      no 5G announced today. It was rumored for a long time that it would be a separate device and announcement than the OnePlus 7 Pro

      • Guillermo Eduardo Ortega-ibarr

        Yeah I notice after new York live feed was done UK feed keep going talking about 5g phone with EEE company

    • Alex Wagner

      OnePlus did announce the OnePlus 7 Pro 5G today but there’s no T-Mobile version. It’s launching on EE in the U.K. and Elisa in Finland.

      https://www.oneplus.com/uk/7pro?from=head#/5g

      • Guillermo Eduardo Ortega-ibarr

        Thanks Alex really though that was the exclusivity with tmo all about

  • steveb944

    I’m hoping for some deals, but since it’s only the middle one I’ll likely get the top one from OnePlus directly.

  • Jay Holm

    Anyone know what “Liquid AMOLED” means? Does liquid refer to the refresh rate?

    • Matt Ferguson

      Fancy marketing words imo. MKBHD’s review sold me. If he’s impressed that is enough for me!

      • mreveryphone

        Paid review lol

  • Jason Caprio

    I currently have a Pixel 2 XL. I have to say, I am actually very impressed by this OnePlus 7 Pro. The only thing making me hesitate and wait for the Pixel 4 XL is the fact the quality of photos the phone takes is questionable, but everything else seems amazing! I’m on the fence on this because I have a feeling the Pixel 4 XL will have a hole-cutout for the front camera and I’m not a fan of that. This phone definitely has THE best display of any phone to date.

    • Realest Ever

      Pixel 2 XL here as well. This phone looks amazing. I feel like it really has all the features you want on a high end phone and for less than the price of what I originally paid for my Pixel. Google will have to step it up for sure on the Pixel 4 XL . I need to feel like $800 is worth it, because 12GB/256GB for $749 is a really good deal from OnePlus.Not to mention it has Dolby Atmos and HDR10/HDR10+. SMFH

    • PiCASSiMO

      A Google Camera app will be available shortly after launch to get you the Pixel pictures you are craving.

  • David

    I am torn between the tmobile version and start my JOD over or just buy the higher model Directly!

  • MPTTVN

    The stronger vibrator alone is worth the upgrade from my 6T

  • argenys

    Love that it comes with a case again. Anyone know if it has a pre-installed screen protector as well?

  • OnePlus6t IsBoss

    OnePlus7Pro will be joining my industry leading Note9, OnePlus6t, and Revvl2Plus at home base on May17th can’t wait.

    • Kaulana1989

      Are you Richard from new York?

  • Vlad Shanhin

    Well in few month when price will drop to 500 for Pro version I might gonna buy it…

    • riverhorse

      One hundred something doesn’t sound like that much for the wait…

  • Brenden Morris

    RCS Support incoming! One Plus 6t supports it, so the One Plus 7 Pro should get the support as well.

    • Guillermo Eduardo Ortega-ibarr

      Rcs works out the box

  • KMB877

    Unfortunately, the unlocked version doesn’t have band 71.

    • Status

      It does. They have two web pages that show the bands. The correct page is the one that says “Carrier compatibility”. Then you’ll see the missing bands listed as supported.

      • KMB877

        Interesting!
        The OnePlus website it’s different today than 3 days ago. And now, the unlocked OnePlus7 has band 71! Before, only the T-mob version was listed with band 71. Thanks for bringing this to my attention.

  • Omar Lozada

    My wife has an iPhone 7plus and she wants to upgrade, do you think TMobile will have some trade in program to have some kind of discount
    Thank you

  • Adelino

    The 48 MP on such a small sensor is going to have some diffraction effects. But it is a wide aperture so that will help.

  • Matt Ferguson

    Any news on early adopter freebies? I would love to see T-Mobile offering the new Bullets 2!

    • Guillermo Eduardo Ortega-ibarr

      All you get it’s a laptop bag and a swell bottle

  • Kirk

    I’m just glad this phone is coming out because I just got my S10+ for $100 off and $0 down with JOD.

    • skywalkr2

      Oh really. How did you get this? My 9+ battery is starting to show signs of wear and I need to replace it.

      • Kirk

        TMO store. Or order from website if you prefe .

        • skywalkr2

          I’m tempted. My only hesitance is that the s10+ fingerprint reader got such bad reviews.

        • Kirk

          It’s actually pretty good. I took the cheap screen protector off and haven’t had any issues so far.

  • Waiting on the S10+ 5G. Ugh

    • TRUEBLUE

      for $1400 samsung can keep it

  • ” J.D. “

    I hope there’s more colors to come like that blend of dark purple, or a really nice piano black.
    Also I thought there was supposed to be a 5g version ?

  • skywalkr2

    Looks great – but then see no water resistance. For me this is a deal breaker. Second deal breaker – no wireless charging.