The next set of OnePlus phones, the 7 Pro and 7, are all set to go official on May 14, but we already know quite a few details from official reveals and credible leaks. The OnePlus 7 Pro was also benchmarked on Geekbench which confirms something which we had assumed all along.
The OnePlus 7 Pro (GM1917) scored 3526 in Geekbench single core test and 11101 in multicore test, which clearly hints at Qualcomm’s octa-core Snapdragon 855 at play. The Geekbench listing also confirms a 12GB RAM variant and Android Pie based software.
Other than that, we already know that the phone will have a high refresh rate 2K display, triple rear cameras with 3X Lossless zoom and improved night mode, a pop-up selfie camera, and 30W warp charge.
The marquee feature that will justify OnePlus bringing the price at par with current flagships will be the display. OnePlus says that it has invested 3 times as compared to other flagships on its display, and the authoritative display review website DisplayMate has acknowledged all that effort with an A+ rating. The OnePlus 7 Pro AMOLED screen is also likely to brandish those swanky curved side edges.
The trimmed down and more economical OnePlus 7 that was recently revealed in a YouTube video will be missing many of these highlights. It’ll still have the notch-free screen and dual rear cameras.