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OnePlus 7 Pro is official - 90Hz QHD OLED display, retractable FFC, up to 12GB of memory

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Posted · Original PosterOP
3 minutes ago, Trixanity said:

Andrei from Anandtech talked about the high resolution and refresh rate requiring an extra physical interface to deal with the bandwidth requirements causing increased power consumption. It sounded like even running it at 60 Hz can't negate that; that it's basically an increase in baseline power from just having that connection. That sounds like a poor design choice if you value battery.

Looks like the standard OnePlus 7 is probably the better bet for battery, since it has a slightly larger battery and doesn't require an extra interface which adds to the power draw. 


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1 hour ago, D13H4RD said:

Looks like the standard OnePlus 7 is probably the better bet for battery, since it has a slightly larger battery and doesn't require an extra interface which adds to the power draw. 

I agree on the first part but the Pro does have an extra 300 mAh over the regular 7 unless I misunderstood what you meant by bigger battery.

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16 hours ago, D13H4RD said:

Yeah, this is the biggest price increase they’ve had.

 

Honestly, minus no IP and Qi, it looks alright for the price but I can see why OP fans would be annoyed.

I'm more concerned with why the regular OP7 isn't being sold in the US.

 

It appears to be pretty much the same price as the 6T.


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I must say I like this one a lot. Especially since it has a popup front camera. Which means it would never open with me while having clean big screen. Only slight bummer is the lack of Qi charging, but isn't a game breaker. It's a flagship phone with a much lower price tag.

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It will be interesting to find out the battery deficit when Anandtech does their review. I hope they do a head to head. So far all the reviews have been all over the place on the battery life and no one has gone in depth with the hardware side of the new display. 

 

I just checked and you can actually see a preview of the effect (if Andrei is correct in regards to dual MIPI) by looking at his Mate 20 Pro review. It adds a baseline extra 200 mW to display power consumption (at idle even and it seems to increase with brightness) in his review. Apparently Samsung uses compression because 1440p60 requires too much bandwidth. So either they're not using compression or compression just isn't enough. I just can't seem to find hard numbers on bandwidth and compression.

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Really awesome phone overall. So glad they made display complete and not scuffed. The better quality of it with higher refresh rate is amazing. Camera setup is great, stereo speakers as well. It's a really speedy phone the software is just well made. Also the UFS 3.0 helps definitely. 

The maxed out RAM and storage model is even a little jump in price. This phone as is is really a great competitor to other much more expesive flagships indeed. 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
6 hours ago, Trixanity said:

I agree on the first part but the Pro does have an extra 300 mAh over the regular 7 unless I misunderstood what you meant by bigger battery.

My mistake. I initially thought it had a 4150mAh battery. Turned out it had a 3700mAh battery 


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