Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus has successfully managed to entice audiences with its flagship phones that offer sleek features and upgrades at a premium price.
On May 14, 2019, the company launched its latest OnePlus 7 and One Plus 7 Pro along with its new Bullets Wireless 2 earphones in Bengaluru.
Scroll down to find out what's new and exciting about it.
OnePlus 7 Pro
With the launch of its OnePlus 7 Pro, OnePlus goes beyond its reputation of budget friendly flagship phones.
In order to keep the price down, OnePlus has skipped a few premium features like IP rating for dust and water and resistance and wireless charging; but the phone is packed with all the premium essentials you will ever need.
OnePlus 7 Pro has a 6.46" inch tall body which is 2.98" inch wide and 0.34" inch thick.
The back and front of the phone have curved edges and are protected by 3D corning gorilla glass.
The phone is available in three unique colours like mirror gray, nebula blue and almond.
This is the department where OnePlus has set its standard high by introducing its new Fluid AMOLED QHD resolution (3120 x 1440 pixels) display.
This display has a refresh rate of 90 Hz to give smooth animation experience better than the standard 60 Hz found in other phones.
It offers an edge to edge display with screen to body ratio of 93 per cent.
The display also supports HDR (High Dynamic Ratio) promising a richer viewing experience.
In order to avoid notch or hole in the display OnePlus incorporates an elevated 16 mp front camera setup.
The camera retracts on accidental drops to Protect itself.
OnePlus also follows the triple camera setup on the rear.
The triple camera consists of main camera sensor as 48 mp, f/1.6 aperture with OIS and EIS, the other two as telephoto 8 mp f/2.4 and wide 16 mp f/2.2 with field of view of 117 degrees.
Software and Hardware
The phone runs on OxygenOS based on Android 9 supported by Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 855 processor.
The device will be available in three variants with prices as mentioned below:
You won't find any physical changes in the OnePlus 7 with respect to OnePlus 6T except for the hardware.
OnePlus 7 inherits the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor and upgrades the rear camera to 48 mp f/1.7 the secondary as 5 MP f/2.4 for depth sensing.
Bullets Wireless 2 earphones
Another upgrade to its predecessor is the addition of Bullets Wireless earphones.
Bullets Wireless 2 supports OnePlus's Warp Charge 3.0 technology which according to the company claims that a five minute charge will give you 5 hours of music playback.
The earphones are priced at Rs 5,990.