OnePlus trolls Apple and Samsung with a new ad

OnePlus 7 Pro

If you ask a OnePlus 7 Pro owner what prompted them to buy the phone, they will most likely tell you that it was the screen. The 6.7-inch AMOLED curved display is the first of a OnePlus phone with a resolution of 1440p. With 1440 x 3120, the aspect ratio of 19.5: 9 offers a beautiful canvas for watching real-time videos and a 90Hz refresh rate means for scrolling and playing mobile games is a smooth experience.

OnePlus as noted in a new ad, you will notice no notch on the OnePlus 7 Pro screen and there is no punch-hole like that found in the Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10e. The Samsung Galaxy S10+ has a double-hole punch, which is shown in the 15-second OnePlus advertisement. The clip shows how a notch or hole can be a nuisance and a great distraction when looking at photos. In reality, this applies to any content that can be seen on a screen with a notch or a punch-hole.

What makes this phone different? Instead of a notch or punch-hole, the OnePlus 7 Pro has a 16-megapixel photo pop-up selfie camera. And if you have butter on your fingers, the camera automatically retracts when you feel the phone is falling. Of course, other phones (for example, the Oppo Reno) have an auto photo snapper that appears from the top of the phone, but they are not available in the U.S. The OnePlus 7 Pro screen takes up almost 90% of the phone’s body and offers a full-screen display that basically sells the phone itself.

The only US provider that offers the phone is T-Mobile, in which the variant with 8 GB of memory and 256 GB of storage space is priced from $699 or $29.17 per month for 24 months. The website of OnePlus also provides the model with 6GB of memory and 128GB of storage for the worth of $669 and the drive with 12GB of memory and 256GB of storage for $749.

oneplus 7 pro specs

According to reports, the phone is certified to work on Verizon and, apparently, it will also connect to AT & T’s LTE 4G network.

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