02 May 2019
OnePlus is here again with new marketing stuff for its yet-to-come and most-expensive-phone-to-date OnePlus 7 Pro. OnePlus is well known for posing different angles to the promotions of its products and the latest newspaper ad is no different. Now, the 4-page ad of the OnePlus 7 Pro smartphone appeared in the New York Times shows us the innards of the device, though with no labels. But you can tell the pop-up selfie camera is purely visible.
While the front of the newspaper ad shows the inner schematic of the OnePlus 7 Pro with the label “Just a better phone,” the other 2-page ad shows other taglines associated with the device, “No bells & whistles, No bezel, No notch, No app lag, No bloatware. No $2000 price tag. No random music.”
Well, while it’s true that OnePlus phones remain the best phones with Android experience, the “no $2000 price tag” hype doesn’t make any sense. Here, OnePlus seems to be taking the reference of a totally new type of phone which is Samsung Galaxy Fold ( with price tag $2000) and it requires no comparisons. We know that the OnePlus 7 Pro is going to be the most premium phone from the company but it will not touch the $2000 tag, of course. But OnePlus is just taking a dig at Apple and Huawei in a usual way of price comparison, no matter, how unwanted it's.
As you would see in the x-ray shot, the device includes triple rear cameras setup which was, however, already confirmed by the company. You would also see the motorized pop-up selfie camera sitting on the left of the triple rear cameras set up inside the phone. Note that DisplayMate has already given the OnePlus 7 Pro display the highest rating and much is still remain to be observed and tested.
This “just a better phone” is set to launch on May 14, but till then we will hear more about the OnePlus 7 Pro since the company seems to have prepared so much under its marketing campaign. So stay tuned.