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OnePlus Announces The OnePlus 7 & OnePlus 7 Pro: Upping The Ante
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We’ve been with OnePlus since the One back in 2014. Over the years we’ve seen the company’s products have a large impact on the industry and particularly with the enthusiast community, delivering extremely solid products at extremely competitive price-points. Although most users will view the company’s smartphones as products focusing on delivering value, the truth is that over the years as OnePlus iterated with every new generation, it moved up in terms of both product quality as well as pricing.

This upwards shift in quality has been especially visible last year in the OnePlus 6. The phone was a major iteration for the company and the new design language as well as industrial design really stepped things up. Both the OnePlus 6 and 6T refresh ended up as among the best devices in 2018.

Today, OnePlus announces the new OnePlus 7 as well as the OnePlus 7 Pro. While the OnePlus 7 is a generational hardware refresh, the new OnePlus 7 Pro represents a new product tier for the company and really ups the ante in terms of offering a top-of-the-line flagship device.

Naturally, being 2019 devices, we find both the new OnePlus 7 as well as One Plus 7 Pro using Qualcomm’s newest Snapdragon 855 SoC. We’ve extensively reviewed the chip in our review of the Galaxy S10 and dwelled deep into its characteristics. Fair to say, the chip impressed a lot, and we expect to provide the new OnePlus 7 phones with excellent experiences.

The OnePlus 7 comes in 6 and 8GB RAM variants, while the OnePlus 7 Pro comes in 8GB and 12GB variations. Both devices are the very first commercial devices to come with UFS 3.0 NAND storage. Although Samsung’s Galaxy Fold was the first to be announced with the new storage generation, OnePlus will seemingly beat Samsung towards actually shipping phones. The new storage solution doubles the interface bandwidth, increasing the theoretical maximum throughput from 800MB/s to 1600MB/s as well as increasing the peak IOPS, which hopefully should be something that’s noticed in application launch speeds. OnePlus continues to iterate on its RAM-Boost feature: Pre-loading frequently used application data files into DRAM in order to accelerate launch speeds.
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The last good OnePlus phone was OnePlus One. After that, all of its phones have been overpriced, in India atleast.
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