Reviewing Oneplus 7: Design, Camera, Performance, and More
- by Wireless solution
- November 9, 2019
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Ever since Oneplus has entered the market, it has been continuously pushing limits of what it can offer to the customers. They announced two phones this year, Oneplus 7 and Oneplus 7 Pro. With the flagship Oneplus 7 Pro, the company added many new features such as the Quad HD screen with 90Hz refresh rate, triple cameras and up to 12 GB of RAM. So much at an affordable price makes the company one of the most likeable android phone’s brand.
Here’s how far we have gone with reviewing the Oneplus 7
When it comes to design, Oneplus 7 offers no major upgrade from 6T. It also has a similar glass finish, a fingerprint sensor built into the screen and a teardrop-shaped cutout design. The size and weight are quite similar too, which makes it easy to carry and makes no difference than other android phones.
The gorgeous glass back finish combined with red colour option uplifts the look all the more, but it still remains slippery. The fingerprint feature is known to be more responsive than it was in the predecessor and the camera module position makes the glass cover prone to scratches.
The Oneplus 7 has a slightly smaller screen with a resolution of 2,340×1,080p. The colours pop out magnificently, making everything from video playback to gaming more enjoyable. However, the less sharp 6.41-inch AMOLED screen has no match to the quad HD screens like those of Oneplus 7 Pro, yet it holds its own in the price segment it belongs to. The video enhancer tool offers improved contrast in videos.
As per some sources, even google cannot get to the same level of performance out of an Android phone that you will get from the Oneplus 7. Oneplus 7 is capable enough to load an app, gobble video edits and play the most graphically taxing games without breaking a sweat. The oxygenOS operating system on the Oneplus 7 offers a more simplified and lively experience.
The latest update offers the feature of screen recording as well as editing and sharing the videos directly from the Gallery. The new gaming mode also offers the phone to give you the best gaming performance by limiting or completly stopping notifications, interrupting your play-through. All this as a whole lessens the chances of Oneplus repairs for a longer run.
Oneplus 7 offers a dual camera set-up consisting of a 48MP 1/2 inch super-sized sensor with an aperture of f/1.7. It also has in-built Optical Image Stabilisation (OIS) and Electronic Image Stabilisation (EIS) which keeps the image steady when you are moving, or nervous or shooting in low-light conditions. The portrait mode shots come out incredibly well and will help things pop on your social media feed.
The Oneplus 7 runs on Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 855 processor, which has also been used in the Oneplus 7 Pro. The gamers may notice the difference since Qualcomm has tweaked the core configuration in 855 for better gaming performance. The Oneplus 7 battery performance doesn’t show any extraordinary change, yet shows some improvement.
In case you missed out on the Oneplus 6 or 6T, the Oneplus 7 will be a remarkable upgrade which will not fail to amuse you with these amazing features. And if you are Oneplus 6 or 6T user, it has some major under-the-hood updates to offer you as well. Oneplus 7 brings the Faster processor, improved battery span and camera. All in all, it is a smartphone worth giving a try.