The phone features the Exynos 9611 chipset based on the 10nm architecture and the Mali G72 GPU. The phone comes with 6GB of DDR4X RAM along with 128GB of onboard UFS 2.1 storage. In addition, the phone has full dual SIM support. That means there’s a dedicated SD card slot and you can put in two SIMs and a microSD card of up to 1 terabyte. And as mentioned, the phone has a USB Type-C port. And speaking of the interface, it’s interesting to note that the Galaxy A51 is one of the first mid-range phones to come with Android 10. Samsung’s own OneUI 2.0. Based on that, I think the Galaxy A51 has a certain edge. Because at the moment, most mid-range phones come with Android 9.0 Pie. And it comes with Android 10.0, out of the box. When we talk about the battery, the Galaxy A51 has a 4,000mAh battery and this phone features Samsung’s Adaptive Fast Charging, which charges the phone at 15W. Therefore, in my opinion, the arrival of the Galaxy A51 in Pakistan’s mid-range market is very pleasant.
OnePlus 7 Pro Price In Pakistan Review With Features
There’s a folder above everything that contains a protective silicone case and a folder that contains the SIM eject tool, more user manuals, and OnePlus stickers, as well as this letter; Let’s open it up and take a look at which one is in Chinese. . And here’s the phone we’ve all been waiting for, but before we look at it, let’s look at other things first. Inside the box is a power adapter capable of 30W WARP charging and a OnePlus-notable red USB-C cable; Now let’s take a look at the handset. I’ll give you a full rundown of this in the full review of this phone, but in any case, the build is top-notch, definitely flagship-level. While holding the phone in one hand, it is known that the build quality is very high. The back of the phone is that soft-touch Corning Gorilla Glass 3, while the front is Gorilla Glass 5 with a pre-applied screen protector and that metal in the middle. That is, all-glass and metal construction. There is no official dust and water IP certification on this phone; This phone is waterproof just to save on IP certification fees. Certifications aren’t given, but at least there’s spill protection on this phone and the phone can take a beating to some extent.
Now, let’s talk about the display. The OnePlus 7 Pro, has a 6.67-inch Fluid AMOLED Display called Fluid AMOLED because its refresh rate is 90 Hz. That is, this screen refreshes 90 times in 1 single, while the screen of normal phones refreshes 60 times in a second. If I have to explain this difference, if you’ve seen it often on YouTube, you’ll see videos like this where 60 fps is written below, and when you go from 30 frames per second to 60 frames per second, it suddenly becomes smooth. Or fluidity comes here. It’s the same; when you see the 60 Hz display on your normal phone, and it does, you will see the smoothness and fluidity in it, and this is said to be the main feature of this phone. The display resolution is quad HD+ which means 3120×1440, while the pixel density is grounding breaking, 516 PPI. There’s an Optical Fingerprint sensor on display, and OnePlus also applauded its speed on their website; Certainly, this fingerprint sensor is very fast at first glance. There is no notch in this display, and there is only a screen on the front. If we talk about the bezels, then there are only small bezels at the top, while the chin at the bottom is quite visible, and the edges on the sides are curved. Along with this, this display has earned A+ certification from “DisplayMate,” and HDR 10+ is also present on display.
Now we come to the hardware details of the display. Inside the OnePlus 7 Pro is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor based on the 7nm architecture and along with it there is an Adreno 640 GPU. As I told you in the beginning there are 3 variants of RAM and storage of the phone: 6 GB RAM and 128 GB storage, 8 GB RAM and 256 GB storage, and 12 GB RAM and 256 GB storage. In addition, this phone is the first phone in the world with UFS 3.0 storage, the speed of which is higher than the previous generation. When we talk about the user interface, the phone absorbs Android 9.0 Pie, on top of that it has OnePlus’ own Oxygen OS, which is very similar to the stock Android experience with just a few changes. Additionally, the phone has dual stereo speakers as well as Dolby Atmos, resulting in greater immersion when viewing media and gaming.
Now let’s talk about the battery with a 4,000 mAh battery in OnePlus, and along with it, the OnePlus has its own ultra-fast WARP charging in this phone, charging at 30W. So this time around we saw upgrades in both battery size and charging speed, i.e. from the OnePlus 6T’s 3,700mAh the size has increased to 4,000mAh, while the charging speed has increased from 20W dash charging to 30W.
Now let’s get to the camera. There’s a triple camera setup on the back, including a 48-megapixel main sensor with an f-1.6 aperture, an 8-megapixel telephoto lens, and a 16-megapixel UltraWide lens. Optical image stabilization is also present in the main camera and the telephoto camera. In the future, this phone will have a motorized camera. You can call this a retractable or pop-up camera.
The One Plus 7 Pro is one of the most anticipated and exciting phones of 2019. It is the uniqueness of the OnePlus that it offers great features at a low price and they have done the same with this phone by offering a 90 -Hz display, super-fast charging, and UFS 3.0 storage, which greatly increases the speed of the phone. Talking about my first impressions of this phone, I think it will be a phone for gamers and power users because it is very powerful, very fast, charges quickly, and has a large battery.