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OnePlus 7 series' promo videos show stunning display, powerful camera, and more

16 May 2019 2

OnePlus 7 series received so much hype long before its launch. So many official teasers did give us a kick that eventually became a reason for buying it as well. And, just like its official teasers, the promo videos of the OnePlus 7 are also interesting.

The promo videos, particularly on the OnePlus 7 Pro highlight the display and cameras. The device has QHD+ Fluid AMOLED Display with 90Hz refresh rate and this what makes the company proud as well. OnePlus devices are best known for their fluid experience and now the 90Hz refresh rate makes the whole experience more fluid. Another interesting thing to note is the OnePlus 7 Pro display has already received the highest rating from DisplayMate, which means the device owns the best display than others.

OnePlus also brings a promo video for the OnePlus 7 which actually highlights the specifications of the device which include the Snapdragon 855 processor, 48MP camera, dual stereo speakers and the company has introduced its video with the tagline “the power to do more.”

Followers consider the OnePlus 7 device as a refreshed version of the OnePlus 6T and those who have recently bought the device are regretting of buying it since a better option is now available over it.

Watch all three videos and tell us your thoughts on them.

(last update 11 December 2019 @ 14:44)



OnePlus 7 series' promo videos show stunning display, powerful camera, and more
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Promo teasers tend to be thrilling and exciting. Stunning as they are, considering the company's history, am sure the new OnePlus 7 phones would work to not the users down.


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