There are smartphone makers that have no ambitions. They just design phones and sell them to a certain group of customers. Another group of smartphone manufacturers that are jumping through hoops to enter the top ten but fail. And there are a couple of companies that know how to make worthy models. OnePlus is the best example. This brand launches only two models in a year. But both are out of the competition. As you know, the original model comes in the first half of the year, while the second one wit T letter hits the market in the second half. So before the OnePlus 7T hits the market, you are given an ideal chance to get your hands on the highest variant of the OnePlus 7 at a discounted price tag. The 8+256GB variant is currently offered at $469.99 instead of $529.99. But you have to use the coupon (code: GBMPONP7RE) before it expires.
This phone has a number of selling points. It’s logical – we are dealing with a true flagship. This simply means, under the hood, we can find a Snapdragon 855 chip. As said, this version is paired with an 8+256GB storage combination. By the way, it uses a UFS 3.0 native storage. Simply put, the hardware of the OnePlus 7 will provide the best performance. No app or game will run out of memory. Also, you can store anything in the phone. But such a powerful performance also requires good endurance. Fortunately, our protagonist sports a 3700mAh battery supporting fast charging.
Like other OP smartphones, the OnePlus 7 stands out due to its amazing design. On the front, it carries a drop curved screen with a size of 6.41 inches and a resolution of 2340 x 1080 pixels. This is a P3 screen. We usually use the coverage of DCI-P3 color gamut to assess the quality of a color display. The wide color gamut Display P3 comes from the common DCI-P3 color gamut in the digital cinema industry. The Display P3 changed the gamma value of DCI-P3 from 2.6 to the same as the sRGB standard of 2.2, the white point value is also changed to D65 (6500K) like sRGB. As for ‘ordinary mortals’, the Display P3 wide gamut can see more colors, and the colors look more vivid and real.
The OnePlus 7 is packed with a dual-camera on the back. The main sensor has a resolution of 48MP, while the secondary sensor has a 5MP resolution. In the water drop area, the phone carries a 16MP selfie shooter. Both cameras have excellent shooting capabilities due to the number of eye-catching parameters, such as OIS, EIS, large apertures, etc.
Honestly, we can list the highlights of the OnePlus 7 for hours. But we guess most of you are aware of them. So let’s just recall the most interesting features: screen fingerprint, dual-stereo speakers, waterproof, Android 9, USB Type-C, etc.