OnePlus 7 Pro was released less than one month ago, and the device received stellar reviews from critics and customers alike. The company promised that the device would deliver superb performance and it seems that so-called flagship killer can retain its nickname with pride. A selection of killer specs makes it one of the most advanced smartphones of 2019, and it is one of the most affordable high-end terminals.
OnePlus 7 Pro is a high-end smartphone at an affordable price
The price tag is a bit bigger in comparison to that of the OnePlus 6T, but it worth every penny. The high-quality 6.67-inch panel is a strong competitor against the AMOLED display used by Samsung, and the 90Hz refresh rate delivers an impressive gaming experience.
The 19.5:9 ratio may be a bit much for those with smaller hands, but space is exploited to the limits. An optimized in-display fingerprint sensor allows users to unlock their device in a flash when they press their thumb on the screen.
Qualcomm’s most excellent is present in the form of the Snapdragon 855 chipset accompanied by a 4,000 mAh battery and up to 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage space. OnePlus has been hard at work on the device, and it is clear that the Pro version is the favorite, even if OnePlus 7, the standard model, offers excellent performance.
OxygenOS 9.5.8 rolled out for OnePlus 7 Pro
The software department remains important for OnePlus, and a constant stream of updates was released in recent weeks as the company wanted to solve many of the issues which were observed by the community.
The OxygenOS 9.5.8 update for OnePlus Pro 7 comes with May’s security patches and a large selection of improvements which make the excellent user experience even better. Many owners mentioned that the device seems to be affected by a strange ghost touch glitch, and this is one of the issues which are tackled by the new update.
Support for a large number of third-party Type-C headphones was also added in OxygenOS 9.5.8 for OnePlus 7 Pro, along with a camera fix.
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