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The OnePlus 7 Pro despite having been announced yesterday has already been put through a thorough durability test by Zack from the Youtube channel JerryRigEverything. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wLmiWPHPqhU The Gorilla Glass display was the first to be tested and as expected scratches were visible at level 6 on the Mohs hardness scale. Even deeper grooves showed at level 7. Like the display, the pop-up front camera is protected by glass too and won’t easily be scratched. Although, the area around it is plastic and prone to scratching. Not that getting scratches there will affect your photos though. They also showed that the sides, SIM card tray, volume rocker, power button, and alert slider are all metal, not that it’s surprising but the test to prove this was uncomfortable to listen and watch. The back of the phone, being Gorilla Glass 5, won’t scratch easily. While the OnePlus logo and wordmark are both…

Apart from the regular variants of the new OnePlus 7 Pro, the company also released a 5G version of their newest powerhouse. The only difference between this phone and its 4G counterpart, is the actual modem. The OnePlus 7 Pro uses Qualcomm’s X50 modem in tandem with its powerful Snapdragon 855 chip to deliver 5G’s usual promises, better speeds and lower latency. It hasn’t been confirmed as to whether the 5G version will also be available in the same RAM and storage configurations as the 4G version, though it’s expected that it’ll most likely be more pricey. For now, the OnePlus 7 Pro is exclusive to EE in the UK. After which, it’s also set to be available in Finland. As to whether it’ll make it to our market remains to be seen, but we’ve already seen a local test for 5G, done by MVP himself, so we really can’t…

At its recent event, OnePlus, the brand which creates smartphones that literally disrupt the market with top of the line specs and outrageously competitive pricing, has lifted the curtain on its newest creations. Meet the OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro. OnePlus 7 Pro This year, the company has opted to make a Pro version for its popular smartphone. The OnePlus 7 Pro benefits from a slew of  improvements in almost every aspect from its physical design, to performance, camera, battery, and software. Starting with the display, it boasts a  6.67-inch QHD+ Fluid AMOLED display with 90Hz refresh rate, allowing for smoother and more fluid visuals. It’s also able to render HDR10+ colors, for a more immersive viewing experience. The notch is no longer here in favor of a motorized mechanism that houses the 16MP front camera. Under the hood is no less than a Snapdragon 855 bolstered with a…

Following leaks of the two colors of the upcoming OnePlus 7 Pro, a third color has surfaced in renders that look pretty official. This third color is reportedly called Almond and looks to be a lighter gold color. The design is pretty much the same as other previous leaks have shown. A full-screen display, a pop-up camera module, and a triple-rear camera setup. The OnePlus 7 Pro is expected to have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 and has been confirmed to have UFS 3.0 storage and an HDR10+ certified display. Many are speculating that the display will have a 90Hz refresh rate. It is also rumored to have up to 12GB of RAM, a 6.7-inch curved AMOLED display, and a 48MP main rear camera. The company has confirmed a 3x zoom lens in the rear as well. As far as an IP rating, both the 7 and the 7 Pro aren’t…

An alleged photo of the OnePlus 7 has recently surfaced online, revealing what looks to be a notch-less display, and perhaps, a sliding design for the front camera. The photo also shows that the glass on both sides are slightly curved, something you’d find in a Samsung device, or from the Huawei Mate 20 Pro. Now, the source suggests that this could just be one of those photoshopped images floating around, so it would be best to hold out on any conclusions. While the technology isn’t exactly new, it’s good to see OnePlus stepping up its game in achieving a true full screen. If the image is actually genuine, that is. Other phones with similar mechanisms would be the OPPO Find X, and the Xiaomi Mi Mix 3. The OnePlus 7 is expected to arrive in May. Source via

I loved the OnePlus 6, mainly due to its simplicity and straightforward character. It was simply a phone that’s perfectly balanced in all aspects, from performance, to the camera, and the battery life. Just recently, the brand unveiled its successor, the OnePlus 6T, which promises to be an even better device, packed with a ton of improvements. As far as the design is concerned, it still looks much like the previous version, except for a smaller notch, a thinner bezel a larger 6.4-inch display, and the missing headphone jack, which can be a potential deal breaker for some. It runs on a Snapdragon 845, along with up to 8GB of RAM, and up to 256GB of storage. It sports the same rear cameras as the OnePlus 6 (16MP + 20MP), with a difference in software. The latter upscaled to produce 2x telephoto captures. When working together, the two is touted to…

If we’re to talk about devices which bring the best specs to price ratio, OnePlus’ products are always on the list. And it’s really not hard to see why – they basically offer you a flagship phone, at a price that’s almost too good to be true. The OnePlus 6 is their newest masterpiece, and the latest testament to the company’s tradition. It once again aims to redefine just the flagship segment, and show that such a device need not carry an exorbitant price tag, similar to what its predecessors have successfully managed to achieve. OnePlus 6 Specs Design and Build Quality The OnePlus 6 features a slim and elegant profile, with softly curved edges, and an almost bezel-less screen that utilizes a notch to house the front camera and sensors. Despite its large display, one-handed operation is still a breeze. On the right side is the Power key, along…

If you’re one of those who are waiting on the OnePlus 6, then here’s an awesome bit of news for you. It’s coming VERY SOON. That’s because Digital Walker has just announced the overly attractive prices for the device, along with the freebies and perks that come with it. The OnePlus 6 will be priced at PhP30,990 for the 6GB + 64GB variant, and PhP33,990 for the 8GB + 128GB variant. If you want more storage, the 256GB variant will also be available after a few weeks so you may want to wait for that. You’ll also be getting the following on purchase. Baseus MVP USB-C Cable Motorola Buds Earphones Php1,000 Voucher The device also comes with 18 months of official warranty, and can be purchased via cash, credit card, or through a 3-month installment plan via Home Credit. So where exactly can you get it once it becomes available?…

OnePlus is a brand that’s unique in terms of its fast release cycle, and while the 5T is still pretty much relevant, its successor has already been unveiled. Meet the new OnePlus 6, boasting of more powerful hardware and features that take it a step further. Starting with the display, the OnePlus 6 has a 6.28-inch Optic AMOLED screen with a 19:9 aspect ratio. Yes, that means you get the familiar notch that hides the front camera and other sensors. Under the hood is no less than a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chip, along with up to 8GB of RAM, and up to a generous 256GB of built-in storage. Nope, it’s not expandable. The device features improved optics as well – the 16MP main camera can record 4K videos at 60fps, and 480 fps slow motion videos in 720p resolution. It has a feature called Smart Capture, which works like scene…

“If you can’t beat them, join them.” Those words might be OnePlus’ agenda to their latest device that will be launched really soon. The score of OnePlus 6 (Prototype A6000) is 276510 which obviously leads the game beating the Mi Mix 2s that has 273741 points. The second picture explains the breakdown of the 276510 points from AnTuTu. The company’s CEO pretty much confirmed that the OnePlus 6 will feature Snapdragon 845. According to our sources, the OnePlus 6 will be taller than the previous OnePlus 5T. The OnePlus 6 has 19:9 display ratio while the OnePlus 5T has 18:9. The 19:9 display ratio makes way for the infamous notch at the top. The OnePlus 6 is said to have glass at the back similar to the OnePlus X,  dual cameras and a rear fingerprint sensor. With this leak, I can’t help but to get excited for the official release which…

OnePlus is a brand that has consistently redefined the flagship smartphone segment: with devices that offer best in class performance at unbelievably competitive price points. The OnePlus 5T, the new kid on the block, boasts a number of key improvements over its predecessor such as an 18:9 display, and an improved dual camera system. Anywhere else, it’s still a OnePlus 5. But with the brand’s erratic release cycle, is it worth an upgrade from the 5? or is it better to just wait for the next one (or the next one after that?). OnePlus 5T Specs: 2.45GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 octa-core processor 8GB of RAM, 128GB of storage 6.01-inch FHD+ 18:9 display, 2.5D Gorilla Glass 5 16MP (f/1.7, Sony IMX398) + 20MP (f/1.7, Sony IMX376K) dual rear cameras 16MP (f/2.0, Sony IMX371) front camera 4G/LTE NFC Fingerprint Sensor OxygenOS on top of Android 7.1.1 Nougat 3,300mAh battery, Dash Charge Unboxing…

OnePlus has always been about competitive pricing for top of the line specs. Now, its new flagship, the OnePlus 5T, is again set to redefine the premium segment. The OnePlus 5T sports an Anodized Aluminium body, complimented by a 6-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 1080 x 2160 pixels. It’s powered by no less than the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, along with up to 8GB of RAM, and up to 128GB of storage with no support for a microSD card. One notable change to the 5T is its dual rear cameras, which is now composed of a 16MP main sensor, and a secondary 20MP sensor that’s dedicated for low-light photography. It’s also capable of 4K video recording. Other features include NFC, Facial Recognition, Bluetooth 5.0, AptX HD support for wireless audio devices, and parallel apps, which allows you to have multiple instances of a particular app. It comes with…

OnePlus had set a gold standard for high-powered flagship devices with its OnePlus One, 3 and 3T. They put a remarkable dent in the industry by bringing flagship quality at a highly affordable cost. In the Philippines, OnePlus has been gaining a lot of traction and following. In fact, a quick research on Google Trends showed that OnePlus’ search query trend is consistently growing. It isn’t anything close to ASUS’, but it goes toe to toe with Meizu. The wonder of OnePlus isn’t exactly caused by any over-the-top marketing efforts. The brand only relies to their distributors in the Philippines – both official and unofficial; so whatever success they have been getting is purely fueled by organic fan base and love for the brand and the devices they produce. A few weeks ago, WidgetCity sent us a review package of the 128gb variant of OnePlus 5, their latest iteration of…