The OnePlus 7 was released in 2019. It’s huge – its screen stretches 6.41 inches across. If you have small hands, using it might be difficult. It’ll especially be hard as it’s slippery. It rocks an aluminum and glass build. The Gorilla Glass 5 on its rear makes it durable.
It’s thin. This is a hallmark of an expensive phone. Its dimensions are as follows, 157.7 mm x 74.8 mm x 8.2 mm. It’s got some weight. If you’ve read our reviews, you’d know we’re fans of this. It comes in at 182 grams.
You can pick it up in some good-looking options. Our favourite is the mirror grey.
The panel on its front is Optic AMOLED – it packs a punch. Its display can also produce many colours, it’s HDR10 rated.
Like many its price, it has a pin-sharp front. You’re getting a 1080 x 2340-pixel resolution. There’s a great screen-to-body ratio as well. How do you feel about 85.5%?
Unlike its back, Gorilla Glass 6 is on its display. It’s even tougher to scratch.
What's the OnePlus Phone Price In Sri Lanka?
Out of the box, it runs Android 9. However, you can upgrade it to the latest Android 10. The system is powered through OnePlus’s proprietary OxygenOS 10.0.5.
If you’re not a phone enthusiast, you might not know how good OxygenOS is. It’s snappy, being very close to stock Android.
The chipset housed is the Snapdragon 855. It’s considered one of the most powerful processors around.
Its fingerprint sensor is also fast and is on its display.
You can pick it up with either 128 or 256 GB of space. Along with them, 6, 8, or 12 GB of RAM would be available. You don’t need us to tell you that 12 GB of RAM is insane – applications would open in the blink of an eye.
Unfortunately, you can’t expand its storage. There’s no microSD slot.
Its battery is 3700 mAh. The OnePlus 7 would fully drain in a little over a day. No, its battery is not removable. You’ll be charging it through a USB-C port. A 20 W fast charger would have to be placed on it. It would go from 0-100% in a little over an hour.
The cherry on top would’ve been reverse or wireless charging. OnePlus decided to disappoint us, though.
Considering the brand you’re buying from, it would be surprising if a good camera wasn’t present. There’s a dual set-up on its back and a single one on its front. They take incredibly vibrant shots. They’re good in dim settings as well.
In terms of its primary camera, you’re getting a 48 MP wide lens along with a 5 MP depth sensor. On its front, a 16 MP wide sensor is present.
So, how much does it cost?
The OnePlus 7 is available for around Rs.95,000 island-wide.