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Oneplus 7 Pro In The Test

Anyone who wanted to convince friends or acquaintances of OnePlus smartphones could call two arguments in good conscience. First, the devices have premium-class technology. Second, they cost comparatively little money. The technology is also right on the new OnePlus 7 Pro. The price will deter many interested parties.

For comparison: The previous model OnePlus 6T launched in November 2018 for 549 dollars, the most powerful model cost 629 dollars. Compared to 6T, OnePlus has made many improvements. A look at the OnePlus 7 Pro can, therefore – despite the much higher price – be worthwhile.

The Display Is A Real Eye-Catcher

With its curvature on both sides, the borderless screen reminds of top Samsung devices. The screen size is 6.67 inches, just under 17 inches. Above all, users who like watching movies on their smartphone profit from this size. The technology behind it is called OnePlus “Fluid AMOLED “.

90 Hertz Instead Of 60

This impresses with its colour gradient and a mirror effect. Because of its size, the OnePlus 7 Pro is difficult to use with one hand. Due to the glass back, it is also slippery. OnePlus provides a transparent shell that completes the skid effect. However, the device is less noble.

The special feature of OnePlus’ Fluid AMOLED screen is the refresh rate of 90 Hertz (Hz). Usually, current devices deliver 60 Hz. Exception: gaming smartphones like the Galaxy A70. A higher refresh rate is especially interesting for gamers. The higher the number, the more pictures per second the screen can display. In the settings, the screen can be reduced to 90 Hz or a lower resolution, which protects the battery.

The Performance Pleases Gamers

The refresh rate shows which user group wants to satisfy OnePlus above all else: Gamer. To play current games, the device comes with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 – an eight-core processor with up to 2.84 gigahertz (GHz) ​​performance and the graphics chip Adreno 640th

Depending on the model, six, eight or twelve gigabytes (GB) are used as main memory (RAM).

Sarah Davis: Sarah, a data scientist, shares insights on big data, machine learning, AI, and their applications in various industries.