Amazing Smart Phone to have. Pros: 1.Smooth Display 2.Super Fast Dash Charging 3.Swift response 4.Great Camera and Video Quality 5. Affordable as compared to Pro Version 6. Amoled Full HD 7.Snapdragon 855 SoC
Oneplus, as always packs the pure raw power in their devices. Its slick, fast, smooth and much improved entertainment box now. It has stereo speakers but sadly no aux, along with that the saddest part is, there is no type c to aux dongle. Deducted two stars because of same charging speed as last year and aux missing.
Was using OnePlus2, yesterday got OnePlus 7. Updated OS & all other apps. After using for couple of hours, got little disappointed. Check below stuff: 1. Der is no 3.5mm port; & no Type C to 3.5mm AUX connector 2. Camera: Timelapse video: not smooth compared to MotoG5 S+ or other app 3. Camera: Slowmotion video: i felt OnePlus2 was better 4. Camera: Night mode photo & other mode is not great, its normal. Portrait mode is awesome 5. Flash light: again OnePlus2 takes the lead 6. Felt little heavy, still fits into pocket
Highlights: 1. Full screen display is majestic 2. Photo portrait mode is awesome (u cant zoom) 3. Many options in camera, yet to discover 4. Zoom: for trial camera zoom seems good.
I am here to talk about problems only. ( with in 20 days ) 1. Performance is good but sometime app crashing problem and in gaming 2-3 times a day. 2. Camera is ok but its stability is not good, if your hand move slightly it will blur the picture. 3. Fingerprint reader not working properly sometime then you need to type password.
This isn't totally a review. You'll find the appraisals elsewhere because honestly you know it's a great phone for the price. So I'll write about some of the technical issues I faced over time. Maybe it's not the same experience with everyone but my OnePlus finds it difficult to adjust the auto brightness mode by itself. It's so annoying at times. Fingerprint sensor is okay but not as great as Samsung's. Camera should have better software. Guys chant about pictures like DSLR's and having awesome blur effect but neither google can flawlessly blur background except for simple selfies or objects like a Rubik's cube or a flower taken in macro. These technologies are developing and I hope future OnePlus version will have proper camera algorithms. And guys if you prefer wired earphones because they don't run out of battery or better value for money, then sorry but these phones don't come with 3.5 mm audiojack and they are not currently selling the type c to 3.5 mm converter even on official OnePlus store. It's been out of stock for months -_- (Ps. Apparently, everyone can easily buy wireless OP bullets earphones because they can afford buying OP phones 😒, so much for the flagship vibe)
There is nothing new in one plus 7. Same copy of 6t. Camera quality is average even inferior than 6T. Performance is same as 6T Conclude : nothing new in this phone. You won't realise you are using a new phone of new series
I am an absolute OnePlus fan. I have had a OnePlus since the X model was launched. Moved on to OnePlus 3t, which I feel was their best phone till date. I also happened to buy a Nokia 8.1 along with this device, and now that I compare the two; I realize the Nokia is a much more interesting device than this one.
Pros: UI is excellent. The oxygen UI is functional, easy to use, customisable, stock Android, safe and secure with zero bloatware. That is the main reason I love this brand so much. Fast, and smooth with no lags yet. Multitasking is a breeze. I am quite confident it will continue to be like that for a long time. Since my 3T even after 2.5 years is fairly smooth still. Call quality is great. Network connectivity is good.
Cons: Camera: This department in the OnePlus has always been a sore point. It clicks clear but visibly dull pictures, takes quite some time to focus, and they don't do anything new to spice up the camera experience, even though a major part of using a phone today is based on vibrant, clear fool photos. I realised they don't have a live photo or a motion photo in the stock camera, and the gcam app is not compatible with this device. Screen: I don't know if this problem pertains only to my phone or the OnePlus 7 in general; but the screen although bright is very dull. This is after adjusting the display to vivid, etc. None of the settings has been able to resolve this problem. OnePlus 3T has a far more vibrant display than this.
It's not a bad phone by any means. It's a boring phone. I am a fairly practical user, and don't believe in frills, and yet if this phone has refused to excite me as a user, I can imagine how badly it will disappoint the youth. There's another thing I have realized, after watching nearly 30 odd reviews; that there is a huge brand royalty even among them. Although non committal they seem to make the OnePlus look better than it is. I hope as a OnePlus loyalist myself, to take note.
Cons- No colour options for base model Screen too big Huge camera bump might scratch camer when laid on rear side Notch could been changed to hole camera design like samsung No type c earphones No type c to 3.5mm dongle, atleast should have made available on oneplus official site No type c to usb dongle unlike provided with samsung
All the things are good ,but there has heating issue and battery draining very fast while playing games. Missing 3.5mm jack and also connecter is not available in market . Local 3.5mm connecter is available but if you will use them then you have compromise in mic and sound quality . UI is very smooth. Camera is just ok i am waiting for the system updates . Mobile seems premium because of UI. Overall i am happy with my purchase but deducting 2 star because of 3.5mm connecter which is not available and little heating issue .
Display went off on 11th day i went to service centre and they fixed it in 5 days by replacing it it was a manufacturing defect after that my finger print is working slow some time it doesn't recognise 4/10
My request to OnePlus is atleast replace the unit if it is a manufacturing defect .