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7 things you need to know about the OnePlus 7 Pro

OnePlus has steadily built its reputation of being able to bring a great, almost-flagship experience to users who can’t afford to spend thousands on their devices. While this is the company’s most expensive phone to date, it has managed to reduce the amount of compromises it’s had to make to produce a more affordable premium phone. Here are the things you need to know about it:

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OnePlus 7 series will launch on May 14th

OnePlus is all set to launch its OnePlus 7 series next month. The company will be launching the phones on May 14th at 11 a.m. Eastern Time. There will be simultaneous events in four cities: New York, London, Beijing, and Bangalore. The company is using the tagline, “Go Beyond Speed,” which hints at the possibility that we are getting a 5G version of one of the phones. OnePlus CEO Pete Lao previously said there will be a version of the OnePlus 7 Pro with 5G. He also teased the possibility of the phone getting a display, which rumours claim to have a 90Hz refresh rate. There might also be pop-up selfie cameras, too. OnePlus will be selling tickets to the events, but if you can’t make it in person, you can stream it through the company’s official channels.

Source: Engadget


Don't expect OnePlus 7 to have wireless charging

If you've been clamoring for wireless charging on the next OnePlus phone, then we're sorry to say but it doesn't look like that's happening just yet. OnePlus CEO Pete Lau told CNET during an interview at MWC 2019 that he doesn't think it's worth adding to his products. He said through an interpreter that "OnePlus charging is one of the best." And that "wireless charging is far inferior."

Lau expressed his skepticism over wireless charging speeds. With the company's own physical quick charge plug, OnePlus claims you can get your battery to 50 percent charged in 20 minutes and fully charged in less than an hour. OnePlus is working on speeding up the charging time for wireless charging, but it still hasn't figured out how to do so without too much heat. When asked about Qualcomm's plans to bring quick-charge technology to wireless charging, Lau refused to comment about possibly using the technology.