Monday, 29 June 2020

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Oneplus 7 Pro Review:-

As a student, I have a unique perspective. There's different things that students need to rely on, on a day to day basis, that perhaps other people don't have to worry about. Of course, the OnePlus 7 Pro is a great phone for just about everyone, but keeping it in the context of a student, I think, will give you some awesome insight as to what this phone is all about This is also the first phone that has gotten me to take the sim card out of my iPhone XS Max to actually switch my daily driver.

This is a beast of a phone, but I will only briefly mention specs here and there. For the most part, I will be focusing on what it is actually like using the phone as my daily driver as a student. Let's get right into it. Most students I know, have two devices that they pretty much consume 90% of their media on: their laptops and their phones  Laptops are cool to consume content when you're at a desk, but for most other times, you're going to be picking up your phone. Especially if you don't also have some sort of tablet, having a quality smartphone screen is very important. And with the OnePlus 7 Pro, you are getting the hands-down best smartphone display on the market.

It's 90 Hz so you really will never notice any sort of lag. This is something that a video really can't do justice because its screen refreshes faster than my camera does. Aside from it being 90 Hz, the other aspects of the display are also incredible. This thing gets plenty bright during the day, and also an important note is that at night, it gets plenty dim as well, as to not strain your eyes during those before-bed social media scrolls. And then the fact that there is no notch, makes video watching so pleasant. Watching native widescreen content is nice, and if you pinch in on standard 16:9 content,

it still looks great, and makes you notice the notch again on other phones. All in all, whether you're editing photos, scrolling through social media, catching up on the news, or just watching videos, The 7 Pro will make all of those experiences very pleasant because of how great its screen is. Students take a lot of pictures, whether its for Instagram, taking pictures of the board during lectures, or just casual photography. And since most students do not have dedicated cameras, they must rely on what is on their phones.

The reason why the screen is able to stay notch-less is because its 16 megapixel front camera actuates from the top of the phone. Because it pops up, OnePlus was able to implement a slightly larger selfie camera than usual, and the results speak for themselves. The 7 Pro takes some very high quality selfie photos, and has even shown noticeable improvements with edge detection in selfie portrait mode shots. The front video quality is also really great if that is something you look for in a phone.

OnePlus has actually pushed out some software updates that drastically improved its image processing on all of its cameras. The triple camera setup of the 7 Pro gives you maximum versatility when shooting. I've actually grown to really like the ultrawide because of that different perspective. And with the improved image processing, all photos come out great. Whether the lighting is ideal or even when the lighting is not-so-good. And with its improved Nightscape Mode, the 7 Pro can almost get to that Pixel level of basically allowing the phone to see in the dark. It takes a couple of seconds to take these pictures, but I think they are very worth the slight wait. Check out my updated camera comparison between the OnePlus 7 Pro and the Samsung Galaxy S10+ to see more camera samples and to see how it stacks up against one of the industry leaders.

This phone has up to 12 GB of RAM. Yup you heard that correctly, 12 Gigabytes. That is more than most laptops out there right now. Is it overkill? Yeah pretty much, but what does this mean for you the user. It basically means that, coupled with the 90 Hz screen, the OnePlus 7 Pro will always run extremely fast. There won't ever be too many apps in the background bogging down your phone and making it jitter, because it will simply be able to handle them all. Its easily the fastest Android phone I've ever used, and it does beat the iPhone XS Max in certain aspects even when the iPhone is completely optimized for its operating system.

This phone will fly through anything you throw at it. Whether you like playing a lot of games, do
photo editing on your phone, or just use a ton of apps. Having that safety net of 12 gigs of RAM is just a nice thing to have so you can stay confident that it can handle whatever you throw at it. I've now mentioned the phone's great screen, camera and speed, so for most people, they might already be sold. But something that I haven't mentioned so far is price. How much does this thing cost? Because especially for students, we have to stay to our budgets in order to sustain ourselves.

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