The OnePlus 7 Pro will eventually make its way into the marketplace in a couple of days and features a ton of impressive features, including a 90Hz screen, an in-display fingerprint scanner, a triple camera program and more. Then again, what good are these attributes unless the telephone can’t perform one of its primary functions, which is making a call. To determine how OnePlus’ newest phone contrasts with the Samsung Galaxy S10, and last year’s iPhone XS Max, and LG V40 concerning signal strength, PCMag and Mobile Insights recently set the phones to check, with the results provided below.

OnePlus 7 Pro Characteristics

Qualcomm’s Snapdragon X24 LTE Modem, but That Doesn’t Mean the Performance Will Be the Same as Other Flagships
When it comes to cellular reception, all phones aren’t created equal and their performance has a lot to do with the frequency bands which are encouraged by their modems in addition to the antenna. Although both the OnePlus 7 Pro and Galaxy S10 package in Qualcomm’s X24 modem, the latter supports 7-carrier aggregation that gives it theoretical rates of up to 2Gbps, while the former includes 5-carrier aggregation and theoretical rates as high as 1.2Gbps.

The OnePlus 7 Pro has the largest display on a OnePlus phone to date, coming in at a mighty 6.67-inches and sporting a curved edge design not unlike the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus.

OnePlus calls this a “Fluid AMOLED” display. What that means is you’re getting a Quad HD+ screen with a 3,120 x 1,440 resolution (516ppi), HDR 10+ support, and a 19.5:9 aspect ratio, all bundled into an almost completely bezel-less package. The “Fluid” part of the moniker refers specifically to the display’s 90Hz refresh rate for a smoother, snappier feel.


The OnePlus 7 Pro is equipped with a Snapdragon 855, and its octa-core chip is up to 45 percent faster than the Snapdragon 845, and consumes 20 percent less electricity. The OnePlus 7 Pro’s base version sports 6GB of RAM, with the top-tier variant sporting up to colossal 12GB RAM. Irrespective of which version you buy, all versions will include UFS 3.0 storage, making this the first business handset to correct the next-generation of flash memory.

To be able to maintain the temperatures in check, OnePlus says that there is also an innovative liquid cooling solution. Lastbut certainly not least, OnePlus has also integrated Dolby Atmos Stereo speakers to provide an updated audio experience.

Battery life and camera

The major camera of this OnePlus 7 Pro includes a’state of the art’ 48MP 1/2-inch Sony IMX586 detector, with Pixel Binning technologies, allowing the company to grow the single pixel dimensions by 70 percent compared to OnePlus 6T, permitting the OnePlus 7 Pro to snap pictures with more clarity in low-light problems. A’seven components’ lens design is implemented with the principal camera, and it comes with an F/1.6 aperture, together with hardware improvement support (also referred to as OIS). This detector also supports hardware stabilization. In terms of the third camera, it includes an ultra-wide-angle lens that delivers a 170-degree’field of view’ and is a 16MP shot.

The OnePlus 7 Pro features the largest battery at a OnePlus-branded handset. It sports a 4000mAh mobile and supports Warp Charge 30 technology. The charging rate is 38 percent faster than OnePlus 6T’s charging rate. In only 20 minutes of charging, the battery capacity is brought up to almost 50 percent. Unfortunately, there is no Qi wireless charging service.


The OnePlus 7 starts at $599 for the base variant. It will go on sale sometime in June. It will be available in Midnight Gray. A Red version will also be available in select markets. There are two memory/storage configurations to choose from: