Review of OnePlus 7

It is time for a review of my new smartphone. OnePlus 7 is the name, and it is an upgrade of my old OnePlus 3T smartphone.

First impression of OnePlus 7

I have had my new phone for about 4 weeks now and compared to my old 3T model it has been a big boost. It has super-fast processor, all the RAM I can ask for and an awesome display. To be honest, I was a bid afraid that I would feel that the phones dimension was too big to fit in my pocket. That is not a problem at all. The screen is 6.41 inches (3T is 5.5 inches) but the frame of the phone is only a couple of millimeters higher and a couple of millimeters thicker than my old phone. The thing is that the display is all the way to the edge of the phone where my old phone had a big frame around the display. Another great thing about this new phone is the battery. It is really good. If cause the battery of my old phone was 3 years old, but with the OnePlus 7 i now have a 3700mAh battery and it last a lot longer even when I use my phone a lot.

Unboxing the phone

Unboxing new electronic devices is always exciting 🙂 Included in the box besides the phone itself is: Safety instructions, a power adapter, a power cord and a transparent phone cover (not show on the picture).


Transferring data from old phone

Transferring data from an old Android phone to a new OnePlus phone is made very easy using the OnePlus Switch app. All I had to do was to install the app on both my old and new phone and follow the guide. Check the video below to see how the app works.


Specification of OnePlus 7


  • 157.7×74.8×8.2 mm
  • Weight 182g


  • Size: 6.41 inches
  • Type: Optic AMOLED
  • Cover Glass: 2.5D Corning Gorilla Glass


  • RAM 6/8 GB DDR4
  • Storage 128/256 GB
  • CPU Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 855
  • GPU Adreno 640

Operating system:

  • Android 9.0 (Pie). Can be upgraded to Android 10 (Oxygen OS)


  • 3700 mAh (non-removable) Fast Charging (5V 4A)


  • Main:
    • 48 Megapixels
    • Sensor: Sony IMX 586
    • Autofocus: PDAF
    • Flash: Dual LED Flash
    • Video: 4K resolution video at 30/60 fps
    • 1080P resolution video at 30/60 fps
  • Secondary:
    • 5 Megapixels
    • Autofocus: FF

Overall impression of OnePlus 7

The overall impression of this phone is, that is a great phone for the price. It has a great screen, it is super-fast for all tasks and it has a lot of storage as well. OnePlus phones is running a clean version of Android without a lot of bloatware that many of the competitors preinstall. The OnePlus 7 is also

Pros and cons

+ Very powerful CPU and all the memory you can dream about.
+ Face recognition is very fast.
+ Camera/video is top quality.
+ Big screen, but still a good pocket size.
+ Good value for money
+ Very fast charging compared to other phones
+ Great battery time (3700mAh battery)

– No 3.5mm jack stick
– A bit heavy for a phone (182g)

About the author:
I am an IT Professional that has this blog as a hobby project in my spare time. I have been in the IT business since 1996 and want to share some of the thing I have picked up over the years, with people who visit this blog.

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