• The OnePlus 7 Pro. With a front that is nearly all pixels, there isn't much you can do to improve smartphone design from here. Ron Amadeo
  • Notches? Bezels? Camera holes? Nope, there's nothing here to interrupt the display. Also note the skinny earpiece integrated into the top edge of the phone. Ron Amadeo
  • OK, the bottom has a bit of a chin. Ron Amadeo
  • Hello. Here's the front camera popped up. Ron Amadeo
  • A closer look at the front camera. Ron Amadeo
  • The back of this OnePlus 7 Pro is really, really, really blue. Ron Amadeo
  • A close-up of the three rear cameras and the back of the front camera. Ron Amadeo
  • You can see why the blue is so shimmery in this picture. There are tiny diagonal lines carved into the colored layer, which diffuse incoming light. This is all under a smooth panel of glass, by the way. Ron Amadeo
  • The back is curved along the sides, too. Ron Amadeo
  • Here's a shot of the bottom and the rear camera bump. Ron Amadeo
  • There's no headphone jack, but on the bottom we have a USB-C port, speaker, and dual-SIM slot. Ron Amadeo
  • The blue back changes depending on the lighting and angle. Ron Amadeo
  • OnePlus' three-position switch returns, and just below it is the power button. Ron Amadeo

If you haven't been paying attention to OnePlus, you should probably start. We've been calling the OnePlus 7 Pro the best Android phone you can buy for about the last six months. And now, in addition to the great hardware and software of that phone, you can add "pretty fast OS updates" to its list of positives. On Friday, OnePlus shipped the newly released Android 10 to the OnePlus 7 Pro and OnePlus 7, taking just 18 days after Android 10's release to update the current company flagship phones.

This is not the fastest Android update speed in the industry for a third-party—the Essential Phone and the Xiaomi Redmi K20 both Read More – Source


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