The Chinese smartphonefabrikant OnePlus has Tuesday the OnePlus 7 and the OnePlus 7 Pro announced. The devices need to be in the higher price segment to compete with the smartphones include Samsung and Huawei.
The OnePlus 7 Pro has an oled display of 6,67 inches that nearly the whole of the front covers and no notches. The selfiecamera sit in the front in the phone is hidden and will slide out of the device up if the user has a photo.
This uitschuifcamera is lacking in the regular OnePlus 7, that camera in a small indentation in the screen. Furthermore distinguishes the more expensive 7 Pro of the regular OnePlus 7 due to its larger screen, larger battery and higher price. In terms of specifications, the normal unit less value for money than the Pro-variant.
The normal OnePlus 7 has a screen of 6,41-inch 402 pixels per inch (ppi). The 7 Pro offers 516 ppi. Both smartphones offer, just like its predecessor OnePlus 6T, an oled display.
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Both the regular OnePlus 7 if the Pro appears in a version with 6 GB or 8 GB of ram with a Snapdragon 855-chip, but the OnePlus 7 Pro also has a version with 12 GB.
The OnePlus 7 Pro is on the back equipped with three cameras instead of two for the regular version. In addition to a normal camera (48 megapixels) and a zoom (5 megapixels on the regular, 8 megapixels with the Pro version) has the more expensive smartphone also a wide-angle lens (16 megapixels) images in 117 degrees can shoot.
The more expensive unit also has a slightly larger battery (4.000 mAh) compared to some 3,700-mAh battery in the regular OnePlus 7. Both smartphones support fast charge and will be delivered with Android 9 (with adaptations by OxygenOS).
Smartphones from may 21 to purchase
The OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro from 21 may available. The normal variant with 6 GB of ram and 128 GB of storage is 559 euro. 8 GB of ram and double the storage space put customers 50 euro more down.
The OnePlus 7 Pro starts from 709 euros for a smartphone with 6 GB of ram and 128 GB of storage. This runs on in versions with 8 GB or 12 GB of ram, all of which are equipped with 256 GB of storage space. For the most comprehensive version pay users 829 euro.