OnePlus 7 Pro Dual Sim Factory Unlocked US Model GM1917 8GB+256GB Nebula Blue (ATT, Verizon, Tmobile) - US Warranty
- OnePlus 7 Pro, US Version model GM1917, This factory unlocked phone is compatible worldwide. In US it’s compatible with carriers like Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, H20, Simple Mobile, Consumer Cellular, Metro PCS, Cricket, Straight Talk GSM, Tracfone GSM, Ting GSM, Project Fi GSM and other prepaid carriers.
- 6.67 inches, 3120X1440 pixels QHD+ AMOLED Display, 90Hz refresh rate, HDR 10+. In-display fingerprint sensor - Simply touch the screen to unlock your device in just 0.21 seconds.
- Triple camera lens - 48MP Main, 16MP Ultra Wide Angle, 8MP 3X Telephoto, Hidden away Pop-up front camera lens.
- FDD LTE: Band B1/2/3/4/5/7/8/12/13/17/18/19/20/25/26/28/29/30/66/71, TDD-LTE: Band B34/38/39/41/46/48, UMTS(WCDMA): Band B1/2/4/5/8/9/19, CDMA: BC0/BC1, GSM: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz.
- Snapdragon 855, Android 9. 4000 mAh battery with "Warp Charge 3.0" which can charge battery in 20 minutes for whole day use.
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OnePlus 7 Pro, US Version model GM1917, This factory unlocked phone is compatible worldwide. In US it’s compatible with carriers like Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, H20, Simple Mobile, Consumer Cellular, Metro PCS, Cricket, Straight Talk GSM, Tracfone GSM, Ting GSM, Project Fi GSM and other prepaid carriers. 6.67 inches, 3120X1440 pixels QHD+ AMOLED Display, 90Hz refresh rate, HDR 10+. In-display fingerprint sensor - Simply touch the screen to unlock your device in just 0.21 seconds. Triple cameara lens - 48MP Main, 16MP Ultra Wide Angle, 8MP 3X Telephoto, Hidden away Pop-up front camera lens. FDD LTE: Band B1/2/3/4/5/7/8/12/13/17/18/19/20/25/26/28/29/30/66/71, TDD-LTE: Band B34/38/39/41/46/48, UMTS(WCDMA): Band B1/2/4/5/8/9/19, CDMA: BC0/BC1, GSM: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz. Snapdragon 855, Android 9. 4000 mah battery with "Warp Charge 3.0" which can charge the battery in 20 minutes.
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The performance of this phone is simply phenomenal. I opted for the 256 GB + 8 GB RAM option. With an uncommon screen refresh rate of 90 Hz vs the typical 65 Hz, scrolling through applications and switching between them is fast and buttery smooth. The in-screen fingerprint scanner is very fast and rarely misses on the first try. The edge to edge screen is huge and very emersive; being a class leading Samsung AMOLED screen colors are rich and vibrant. Using the pop-up selfie camera is both clever and fast. The camera quickly emerges from it's cubby hole and quickly returns. The phone can instantly detect when it's in free fall and will quickly and automatically retract the camera to avoid damage. A lot of reviewers lamented this phone's lack of official water resistance rating. The phone is definitely water proof. I have had it exposed to pouring rain and placed it on wet surfaces without any issues.
Bottom line is this. If you want a truly innovative, fast, large, all screen phone with no notch or camera cutouts at significantly less cost than the leading Samsung S10 or S10 Note then the OnePlus 7 Pro is the phone for you!
When I first got my phone and was setting it up, i was skipping the software update. Later I was founding the screen to sensitive at the bottom when typing. Later I checked the updates and there was an update for both the Camera and screen sensitivity. The update made a world of difference. I have been using my One Plus 7 going on 5 days now. Love it. The built in speaker is actually pretty good for sharing with a friend watching youtube videos and such. Highly impressed with this one at the moment. The battery life is so good. So far, i have been charging it for about 15 minutes daily before work and I have yet to drop under 70 percent. everyone's use will very.. at work I use it just as a personal phone and some internet use, at home I use it casting video to my ChromeCast devices. I have used the cameras but not allot. Still digging into all the things this one can do. No Bloatware, big plus for me.
The only issue I had has nothing to do with the phone itself, but with Verizon and there lack of experienced tech support. Make sure when you switch the SIM card from your old phone to this phone that you write down the SIM card number that is on the SIM card itself because Verizon will need to know this in order to properly enter the phone and activate it in their system. It will still work otherwise except you may experience issues with service like I did. I could make and recei calls, I could send text but xout not receive text. I was on the phone for hours with Verizon and they kept asking me to looking in the settings to get the SIM card number, but I could not find a place in the phone that tells me the SIM card number. I finally spoke to someone who told me that the SIM card number is on the SIM card itself, so I pulled the SIM out, wrote down the number, gave it to the Verizon tech support guy and BOOM phone started working flawlessly. If you buy this and expert service issues, don't be quick to blame the phone or OnePlus. Keep contacting your wireless provider. The phone is totally wireless ready and compatible with major carriers.
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This is a preliminary review after one day's usage and exploration. It will tell you how I feel about the phone and how I perceive it when comparing it with other phones I have owned. Please remember that every person is looking for different things in a mobile phone so your user experience will be different to mine.
My wish list included honest photography and videography with clear yet deep sound, long battery life and a front fingerprint reader. I take lots of pictures and hate the overexposed, oversaturated and beautified images that have taken over the market, hence the need for honesty. I had a few phones in mind and kept watching videos trying to figure out which one would suit me best before ordering the One+ 7 Pro. The reason? The photo tests came really close to those of Google Pixel 3 and sometimes surpassed them!
So here are some observations I noted down as I got to grips with my new phone:
Comes with silicone case but no earphones or adaptor. Guess they expect us to have leftover earphones and adaptors from previous phones?
It's large and heavy! Consequently, it gets cumbersome and causes muscle fatigue after a while (had similar problem with Sony XZ3). I preferred the feel of the Mate 20 Pro as it was slightly slimmer and fitted better and also it was beautifully balanced so you did not need to exert yourself to hold it. [My hand has gotten used to its weight but I still feel a bit intimidated by its size and wonder whether we do indeed need such big screens. However, watching Netflix in bed demonstrated the beauty of its large display and the clarity of its sound.]
Fingerprint reader works well and fast. Facial recognition is also speedy but as it requires the recessed camera to work, I am not too keen on using it.
Photographs were a bit noisy on portraits but looked artistic. The update fixed the noise issue BUT ruined the portrait mode that is now overexposed. Not sure why; still figuring it out. Need to test it further. The rear camera produced good photographs compared to the Mate 20 Pro which was a fail. The S7 has more depth of colour and a nice background separation which gives photos a 3D appearance, something the Mate lacked and the 7 Pro cannot quite achieve. (The S7 was a dynamite phone despite the skin smoothing.) [It was my stupidity. I thought like a Galaxy S7 user, that if I click on the face of the person, I'd get an AF lock, but this phone has no AF lock. What it does when you click on part of the screen is give you the option to adjust the exposure (light or dark) so I ended up with a washed out picture - my fault entirely! Also in portrait mode, it has a little oblong shape that says Depth Effect. This is what controls the bokkeh and you can't do much about it other than make sure it lights up green before snapping the shot. It will light up green only when the camera is at the correct distance from the person. I suppose this is one way of making sure the subject is in proper focus. Talking of the bokkeh effect it is very subtle unlike other phones. If you want stronger effects, photo manipulation programmes are your friend, but for me this is good enough.]
Videos on the One+ 7 Pro are beautifully stable when walking but if you turn fast, the image blurs momentarily before it recovers. [I enjoyed using slow motion but not sure if other phones can switch to slow motion during videoing or if the YouTuber vloggers actually splice videos up to add the slow motion part. My phone can take either or videos. The slow motion does not activate randomly as in the Samsung phones and I think that gives you more control but to be honest I am still a rookie in these things.]
Sound playback is excellent in music and films due to top and bottom speakers, but the microphone can hardly pick up someone talking 1.5 meters away from you in a quiet room when you are taking a video.
The display is not as great as any of the comparison phones. The icons (phone, texts, camera etc) are not as beautiful as the competition's. There is poor selection of wallpapers and none of themes. One thing I enjoyed about the Mate 20 Pro was its wide selection of wallpapers, some of which were animated. Felt so excited to hold a phone that had falling cherry blossoms. Luckily, the Play Store has a variety of free wallpapers and was able to find some that give me joy. [Once a great wallpaper was in situ, everything looked much better!]
The curved edge makes the letters from some apps seem to slide downhill, reminds me of Salvador Dali's famous melting paintings. Not a deal breaker but distracting. App developers and One+ should take that into consideration and condense their displays to leave a black gap on the edges when text is involved. [My brain learned to ignore it.]
The bottom navigation bar lies behind ads in games like Solitaire - takes some skill to NOT click on the ad trying to get to the home screen and I am proud that I have mastered it. [Should not be a problem if you are not using the silicon case. If you do have the case on as I do, learn to start the scrolling action from the silicon itself and you won't miss.]
Angry Birds Friends is not loading and constantly crashing. [Uninstalled the app as per Rovio's instructions and re-installed it. It worked until I exited. Then I was again unable to load it. This morning, it works again. Mystery!]
Bejewelled Blitz was jumpy despite the 90 Hz refresh rate and it feels laggy. Taking off the Fnatic mode seemed to improve things a bit (though Fnatic is meant to be ideal for gaming...) [Checked this morning, still laggy at 60 Hz even if all other games are closed. I can understand the screen being slow because of the screen protector causing more friction but why is the game slow to load results? Maybe my broadband is slow at times?]
Colours on apps seem ‘dirty’ instead of clear and vibrant as in comparison phones. Also blacks look greyed out. [I got used to the new look of colours and it does not bother me any more. I have even reduced the display settings to save battery as that is more important to me at the moment.]
Google Calendar is more laborious to work with than the Samsung calendar as it requires to select what kind of entry you are entering - ugh! (Ease off, Google. Just let me enter it and trust me to know what my entry is for!!)
Step counter kept counting up despite me not taking a single step. It just felt the vibrations of me picking the phone up and thought this was walking. Hmm... to cheat or not to cheat? [I don't really fancy walking around with this big phone so I have left my old phone in the bathroom LOL]
I did not use the file transfer app they recommend as I had a bad experience with Huawei's own and said never again. Sadly restoring from Google backup, did not restore my text messages. The other phones did which is baffling. [Apparently Google security does not allow a full restore unless you verify it is you who logged in from a new device, so do that first and then try the restore.]
Keyboard is more accurate that the Samsung one, probably due to space but it makes it more tedious to type as you need to move your finger further. However, it has a great feature: a proper keypad that can be activated entering a series of numbers. On the minus side, the special characters are slightly harder to get to.
Final observation is that the battery seems to drain fast (very steep slope in diagram). Battery charges fully in 1 hour 20' and despite predictions that the phone would only last till 3 am, the phone survived the night on standby mode till 6 am. Although the screen was on for about 6 hours yesterday, I didn't do much other than set it up, take a few pics and a couple of short videos and try out my game apps. The Mate 20 Pro had an amazing battery life. [The battery continues to worry me. If I need to be charging it more than once a day, then I have gained nothing over my old phone. I have now put the phone on dark theme, reduced the Hz from 90 to 60 and lowered the resolution. I also make a point to close every app when I am not using it. I am now confident enough to say that if there is a deal breaker for me it will be battery life, however, apart from the 6T, most phones have worse battery life. The Mate 20 has a great battery but the photography is ... ugh! I will try to let the battery drain and then charge it early morning and see how it fares. With light use, I would have expected the battery to last more than 23 hours :( Imagine if I start using it exclusively as I did with my S7!]
Conclusion: I am not 100% convinced this phone is for me though I can learn to live with it. I know from reviews that the One+ 6T has much better battery life and photography so maybe that would be an option...? [I am so tempted to order it and compare!!!]
I have just uploaded a screenshot of the battery information. It has improved. The phone goes into panic mode at 15% but if you ignore its message, it will see you through the night on standby and give you a couple of hours light use before it truly needs recharging.
I have had the phone about a week and it out performs the iPhone in so many different levels. It is so worth the money (in fact don’t tell Oneplus in case they decide to up the price!) Fingerprint reader is lightning fast and the battery power is phenomenal - and it fully charges in 30 minutes. Using Oneplus Switch to transfer all the data from my iPhone was a complete dawdle and stress free! I have found no faults or problems with the phone so far and I have not once missed my iPhone. I am a Oneplus convert. If you decide to buy the Oneplus 7 Pro you won’t be disappointed.
I do have some 'room for improvement' points, but these are subjective and can mostly be applied with software updates and it's still early days.
- It would be nice to see a few more features in the camera app, I loved the quick 'aperture-mode' on huawei cameras
- wider use of the ultrawide (recording, panorama)
- EQ settings for sound (though the sound is fantastic and has 3 Dolby Atmos profiles)
- Headphones not included, I know this is a luxury and generally isn't a big deal but as a first timer with one plus I wasnt expecting this, especially since its USB C and no jack, luckily I still have my huawei ones which are decent enough.
- fingerprint magnet warning, but this is expected with the high quality of the build, feels very premium and glossy but not too slippery like my old huawei was. Case included in the box is standard, phone also comes with a very subtle basic screen protector applied which is nice