On May 16, OnePlus 7 Pro was officially released in Beijing. However, the reservations for this smartphone on Jindong and OnePlus official website commenced on May 13. In just 5 days, the booking volume of this flagship smartphone has exceeded one million units. On the Jingdong platform, the reservations for this device exceeded 820,000 while on OnePlus’s official website, the reservations exceeded 220,000. Putting these figures together, the total number of appointments is nearly 1.05 million units.
OnePlus 7 Pro uses a 6.67-inch Samsung custom AMOLED screen with a resolution of 3120 x 1440 and a 16MP pop-up selfie camera design. This smartphone is equipped with a Snapdragon 855 processor, coupled with up to 8GB of RAM and up to 256GB of internal storage. This device support dual-frequency GPS, dual speakers, USB 3.1. The battery capacity is 4000mAh and supports Warp flash charging (30W, 5V/6A).
OnePlus 7 Pro comes with a triple rear camera setup with a 48MP pixels (IMAX 586, F1.6, OIS anti-shake) main camera, a 16MP super wide-angle lens (F2.2, 117 °), and an 8MP telephoto lens (3X optical zoom, support OIS anti-shake). The camera configuration supports 4K 60fps, FHD 240fps, HD 480fps video recording. In terms of price, OnePlus Pro 6G + 128G costs 3999 yuan ($434) and the 8GB + 256G costs 4499 yuan ($650).
U.S. customers usually rely on carriers to purchase smartphones, worth noting that the handset will also be available at T-Mobile, but it only offers the variant with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of Storage. Through the carrier’s installment plan, customers pay $29.17 monthly for two years for the device. The full retail price is the same as it is at OnePlus – $699. Canadian citizens have also received the new Chinese smartphone. It’s also available through the official OnePlus online store. The color options are exactly the same as for the US, while the prices are as follows: 6/128GB CAD 999 (~$743,35), 8/256GB CAD 1,049 (780,55), 12/256GB CAD 1,119 (~$832,64).