As most of you may be aware, OnePlus is also going to launch the OnePlus 7 Pro this year. The pre-booking amount will be redeemable on the device purchase. Even if the phone in the video comes out fine, if you were to do the same with your own OnePlus 7 - and it didn't make it out alive - OnePlus can't be held accountable for that.
OnePlus said in a statement that customers looking to purchase the OnePlus 7 Pro can log into Amazon.in and purchase an e-gift card of value Rs 1000, which can be redeemed during the purchase of the device. OnePlus 7 Pro's pre-booking started at 12 pm today. First, it announced the video with an immediately defensive tone, saying "At OnePlus, we always aim to doing [sic] the right things based on what you really need not the industry". Customers will be eligible for a 6 months free replacement worth Rs 15,000.
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So, apparently, the OnePlus 7 Pro can withstand a drop in a bucket of water. The OnePlus 7, while smaller, will have a slightly bigger battery at 4,150 mAh, while the 7 Pro's battery is at 4,000 mAh, according to the leak. The smartphone will come with a notchless display with a pop-up selfie camera.
Alongside the images and colors, the tweet also claims the handset will have a screen with curved edges, similar to that of the Samsung Galaxy S10 and Huawei P30 Pro, and it gives us another look at the vertical three camera stack on the rear. In addition to the 48MP main and telephoto camera, the OnePlus 7 Pro will get an extra ultra-wide-angle camera for greater versatility. "The standard OnePlus 7 is listed with a 6.2" Full HD+ AMOLED screen with a notch and the device is powered by a Snapdragon 855 processor with 6GB of RAM.