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OnePlus 7 Unboxing vs OnePlus 7 Pro

OnePlus 7 Unboxing vs OnePlus 7 Pro

– What’s up guys? Saf here on Super Saf TV. And the OnePlus 7 is finally in the house. This is the regular OnePlus 7. It seems like all of
the attention has been on the OnePlus 7 Pro but we now have the seven in house. Let’s get it un-boxed and compare it to the OnePlus 7 Pro. Now initially having a look at the boxes they’re similar we just
have the seven logo the pro of course has the pro and the box of the pro is slightly larger compared to the regular seven. Right now inside the box there is the device. And there’s a big difference right away with the contents that
you get inside the box. And that is this charger. You get a regular fast
charger on the OnePlus 7. On the OnePlus 7 Pro
which I have here earlier is a 30 watt warp charger. So charging the OnePlus
7 Pro with be faster compared to charging the OnePlus 7. Now I don’t know what’s
going to happen if I try charging the regular OnePlus 7 with the 30 watt warp charger. I’m assuming it’s still going to charge it at a regular speed but I
really don’t want to risk it because that’s the only one I’ve got. Now apart from the
difference with the charger everything else you get is
pretty much exactly the same as what you’d get on the OnePlus 7 Pro. So there is a USB type A
to USB type C red cable. There’s a clear case obviously this one’s for the OnePlus 7. There’s a SIM card ejector tool. There’s a little invitation
letter from OnePlus, some stickers as well as some paperwork. So, pretty basic stuff. Now let’s get to the
device and let’s compare it to the OnePlus 7 Pro. So, we can get rid of the
plastic of course the sticker. And here it is the
OnePlus 7 in mirror gray. I do quite like this reflective color. It looks really nice. And up front here is the display but of course I know what
you guys want to see. Let’s bring in the OnePlus 7 Pro and we’ll do a head to head
SuperSaf style comparison. So, here is the OnePlus 7
Pro versus the OnePlus 7. You’ll see initially that the
back design is quite similar. We’ve got cut glass panels
on both of the these. No because we got the nebula
blue color of the OnePlus 7 Pro it does have more of a
matte finish compared to the glossy finish of the mirror gray. The OnePlus 7 Pro is also
available in the exact same mirror gray version if
that’s what you prefer. And then there’s also
and almond color which is going to be a limited additional color coming in a limited run. With the OnePlus 7 you’ve
got this mirror gray which is the main color but
then you are going to have the red color which is
going to be available just in China and India. Now neither of these are certified
water and dust resistance although OnePlus have
said that they should be absolutely fine for
regular use and a splash but you shouldn’t go
for a swim with these. They don’t go with an IP rating because that costs more money and it drives up the
prices of the devices. Let me know what you think about that. Now for the size the
OnePlus 7 Pro is larger compared to the OnePlus 7 in all aspects and it also weighs quite a bit more. It’s definitely units one of
the largest devices out there. That is due to the display. So if we turn these
around you’ll notice that the OnePlus 7 Pro does
have a larger display and we’ve got some big differences when it comes to the displays. The first thing is that
the OnePlus 7 Pro does have curved glass for the front
whereas we’ve got flat glass on the OnePlus 7. Now this is going to come down
to your personal preference. I personally really do like
the look of curved displays but when it comes to
practicality flat displays are definitely better. But that aside the OnePlus 7 Pro has a better display all around. Firstly it is larger and you can see that we’ve got a better
screen to body ratio. And that’s because we have
a notch on the OnePlus 7. The OnePlus 7 Pro gets
rid of the notch by using a pop up camera. Now durability of this has been tested quite a bit by OnePlus. How well it fairs over time is something that we’re going to have
to wait and see for. Both displays have AMOLED technology and I got to say both
look very, very good. Colors are vibrant, blacks are deep and the details are sharp. However we’ve got a fluid AMOLED display on the OnePlus 7 Pro whereas the OnePlus 7 has an optic AMOLED display. What does that mean? Well that means that we’ve
got a 90 Hz refresh rate on the OnePlus 7 Pro and that makes it a lot more fluid. Now it’s going to be impossible
to actually show it here in this video but when you are
using on a day to day basis you really do notice that
additional refresh rate and it does make things a lot smoother. In addition to that we do
have a quad HD plus resolution on the OnePlus 7 Pro versus
a full HD plus resolution on the OnePlus 7 and that does make things a tad sharper on the OnePlus 7 Pro. You do have a higher PPI so display department clear win here is for the OnePlus 7 Pro and that is the biggest difference that
I think you’re going to find between the OnePlus 7
and the OnePlus 7 Pro. Internally both devices
are very, very similar. They are both powered by the
Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 set. You do get an option of more
RAM on the OnePlus 7 Pro up to 12 GB whereas you only get six or eight GB on the OnePlus 7. Storage is the same. We’ve got either a 128
GB or 256 GB option. And both devices also have UFS 3.0 storage which makes them very, very fast. Now in terms of the speed of performance these are going to be some of
the fastest devices out there especially thanks to UFS 3.0. I don’t really think the 12
GB of RAM is going to make a massive, massive
difference to most people unless you’re somebody who’s
a very, very heavy gamer. Now one thing that’s going to
be quite interesting to see is how much the extra resolution effects the speed of the OnePlus 7 Pro compared to the OnePlus 7. You’re are pushing out more pixels so that might have a bit of an impact on performance. I don’t think it’s going
to be much at all though. For software again both are identical we’ve got Android Pie
with Oxygen Os on both. I really like Oxygen OS
it’s very smooth and clean and we do have some new
features at this time such as a screen recorder
which is much awaited as well as zen mode which
completely disables your phone for 20 minutes to take
you away from things. Digital wellbeing is obviously
very important these days. Now I personally can’t
see myself using it. Now let’s talk about the cameras so the front facing cameras are identical. We’ve got the same Sony sensor. They’re both 16 megapixels
with a f/2.0 aperture. The only difference is
that you have a pop up for the OnePlus 7 Pro whereas you have a notch for the OnePlus 7. So, in terms of photo quality
from the front facing cameras they’re really shouldn’t be
much of a difference at all. They’re both also using the
same software processing but the rear facing
cameras are where we’ve got some bigger differences. You’ll notice that the OnePlus 7 Pro has a triple camera set up whereas we’ve got a duel camera set up on the OnePlus 7. Now the primary camera is very similar. We have the same sensor. It’s 48 megapixels. However we do have a slight
difference in aperture. We’ve got an f/1.6 aperture
on the OnePlus 7 Pro. We’ve got an f/1.7
aperture on the OnePlus 7. How much of a difference
that’s going to make I’ll do a few tests. I’m not going to do a
detailed camera comparison because these are so, so
similar but I will go ahead and do some tests and
share them on my Twitter and Instagram so make sure
you are following me on there. The OnePlus 7 Pro does
have an ultra wide camera which is going to let you get
so much more into your shots as well as a telephoto camera
which is going to give you three times optical zoom. The OnePlus 7 the secondary
camera is only a five megapixel camera which is going to
help with depth information. So, this isn’t really a
dedicated camera as such. It’s only going to work
alongside the other when you’re taking portraits and things. Is that going to make
the OnePlus 7 Pro better for portraits? That’s something else
that I will look into but the additional dedicated
cameras on the OnePlus 7 Pro with their different angles of views will give you quite a bit of an advantage over the OnePlus 7. And that is another big
difference that you’ve got here between the OnePlus 7
and the OnePlus 7 Pro. If you want to see how
the OnePLus 7 Pro camera stacks up against the
competition I have done a detailed camera comparison
between the OnePlus 7 Pro and the Samsung Galaxy
S10 Plus SuperSaf style. That video is going to
be linked in the cards and in the description below. Moving on, both devices
have an optical in-display fingerprint sensor and
as far as I can tell it’s exactly the same on both. It’s very very fast and accurate. Let’s just try that again. Yep. Both this time also have stereo
speakers with Dolby atmos. We’ve got one here in the ear piece and one bottom firing. They both sound good and
I’m glad that OnePlus finally has stereo
speakers on their devices. Unfortunately neither of these have a 3.5 mm jack. Moving on to the batteries
we do have a slightly larger battery on the OnePlus 7 Pro. 4000 mAhs versus 3700 on the OnePlus 7. Now in my usage of the OnePlus 7 Pro the battery life has been okay not amazing and I think that is down
to that 90 Hz refresh rate. You’re also pushing out more pixels so I’d expect the OnePlus 7
to have better battery life compared to the OnePlus 7 Pr. I’m going to have to use this more to have something definitive. But as mentioned earlier on in the video the OnePlus 7 Pro does
get the advantage when it comes to charging
speed because you do have that warp 30 watt charger. Neither of these unfortunately
have wireless charging. This is something that
OnePlus still doesn’t include. I personally do value
wireless charging a lot and I’ve definitely been
missing wireless charging while using the OnePlus 7
Pro over the past few days. Finally the price. You are going to be paying
around 150 pounds more for the OnePlus 7 Pro
versus the OnePlus 7. And for that additional price I think you’re getting three main things. Firstly that beautiful 90
Hz quad HD plus display which is a lot better
compared to the OnePlus 7 although the OnePlus 7 display isn’t bad. You’re getting that triple
rear facing camera set up with the addition of a telephoto camera as well as an ultra wide which I do like. And the third main thing I
think that you’re getting is warp charge 30. So that’s faster charging
on the OnePLus 7 Pro compared to the OnePlus 7. Are those three main differences
worth the extra price tag? In my opinion they are. I would definitely pay 150
pounds extra for those features but it depends how important
are those features to you. Now some important things
to know about the OnePlus 7. It’s actually not going to
be available in the USA. I was a little bit
surprised to hear about this but it looks like OnePlus
are definitely concentrating on the OnePlus 7 Pro as
their flagship device. And I think most people
in the US do buy devices on carriers on contracts
so they’re not too bothered about the stand alone price. The difference between
these two would only be very minimal when you
look at the monthly plan. However in Europe and
Asia a lot of people do buy their devices off line
and also think OnePlus wanted to offer something for
that 500 pound price point because that’s what they
have a reputation for and they’ve been known for. The pricing of the OnePlus 7 Pro did anger a lot of OnePlus fans who are generally used to paying a lot less
for a flagship device. And I think for those
people who don’t want to pay the extra I think
that’s one of the reasons why OnePlus have still got the OnePlus 7 instead of just the OnePlus 7 Pro. That’s what I think anyway. What do you guys think? Do you guys think the
extra 150 pounds is worth going for the OnePlus 7 Pro? Definitely let me know
in the comments below. I hope you enjoyed this
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61 thoughts on “OnePlus 7 Unboxing vs OnePlus 7 Pro”

  1. So do you think the OnePlus 7 Pro is worth the extra money? Or would you stick with the Regular OnePlus 7?

  2. If someone in the US are to get their hands on the OnePlus 7, would it work on T-Mobile's networks? What would be the issues one would face in the US?

  3. I want to know if i get video call in OnePlus 7pro pop-up camera will come out automatically or when you accept the video call then only it get pop-up.

  4. So one plus 7 pro doesn't have a aux Jack for audio. If I play pubg on it will there be a bit of a lag with original picture and sounds ?

  5. OnePlus. The Best Phone I Have Ever Bought, No lag at all even after years!! unlike other companies who give you an update that makes it lag coz they want you to upgrade. <3

  6. Not being funny but I think the OnePlus 7 is the same as the OnePlus 6T with a snapdragon 855 even so the 6T is brilliant so with an 855 chip it should a beast

  7. I was at the door of the apple store today and right when i walked in reviews about these phones showed up in my Youtube feeds. I greeted the guys and went out 🚶🏿‍♂️

  8. i have bought oneplus 7 several days ago. i think 7 is much more better than 7 pro. of course , if you like that screen, you should pay for it.

  9. Is your regular 7 the UK version, India version, or China version? You mentioned OxygenOS. So, I'm guessing UK.

  10. Do you really think 12gb vs 8gb will only make a difference to gamers? What about other "normal" users? Is 50eur worth the difference in RAM? thanks 🙂

  11. I,m happy that there is also oneplus 7, because that extra 100 euros (i live in europe) is pretty much for a 16 year old.

  12. Im a four finger battle royale gamer. Gotta get rid of my Poco F1 because its really annoyin.. many bugs, also lags on RoS.. From which of them should i choose?
    OnePlus 7 + HyperX Cloud Alpha
    OnePlus 7 Pro
    Suggestions please

  13. I don't think that..oneplus7 pro doesn't have order to give more money for 7pro.
    There's not much difference

  14. I love your style…

  15. The 7 I think would be somewhat safer. I'm a bit skeptical about charging up a battery to 50% so quickly became wouldn't that 'tire out' the battery quicker as time goes by?

  16. Probably nothing will happen if you charge the Oneplus 7 with the Pro charger because the device only pulls the power it can handle as much as i know…

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