The OnePlus 7 Pro is in almost every way a premium flagship device, not just for its price, but also for its features. It packs the very best of whatever is available today; a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855, upto 12GB RAM, a QHD display with a 90Hz refresh rate and a completely notch-free fascia. It performs just as well as one would expect, but tends to heat up during gaming. The battery life has taken a hit due to the impressive display, but this was expected. The camera, while versatile, still needs work on the software side of things, something we've seen OnePlus relentlessly work on.
The OnePlus 7 Pro is in every way a premium flagship smartphone. Not only do you get flagship specifications, but you finally also get a WHD display with HDR10+ certification. While there's no official IP rating, the phone does come with extensive rubber seals, giving you some peace of mind during light rains. The OnePlus 7 Pro leaves very little reason to be unhappy but does reveal a few areas where there is scope for improvement, like the camera app, which could be more wholesome. The two reasons why the OnePlus 7 Pro loses out on points in our review is the lack of an IP rating, which we consider important to have and the fact that the phone has become thicker and heavier than its predecessor. In fact, of all the premium Android flagships in the market right now, it is the heaviest and thickest. The battery life was also on the lower side, but that is to be expected given the significantly upgraded display. All in all, for the price, the OnePlus 7 Pro remains a rather strong contender in the premium flagship segment and you wouldn't regret buying this phone.