It’s happened. The OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro are finally here. But unlike past OnePlus phones, the big news isn’t about how good value for money the handsets are. With pricing starting at £649 for the OnePlus 7 Pro, that ship has sailed, and the company is well and truly in flagship, Galaxy S10 territory.
But that doesn’t mean OnePlus has fully made the transition to being “just another smartphone maker” with its latest flagship OnePlus 7 Pro for one key reason: The phone has a 90Hz “fluid AMOLED” display. To non-techies this doesn’t sound like much, but for me, and anyone that’s used a phone with a higher than 60Hz screen, it’s a huge deal. Here’s why.
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