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In an unusual move, OnePlus released two phones this year: the OnePlus 7 and the OnePlus 7 Pro. The Pro will soon be joined by a OnePlus 7 Pro 5G, signaling the company’s commitment to 5G. This year also marks the company’s entry into the US market through carrier partnerships.

The release of OnePlus 7 Pro in particular is interesting. OnePlus uses a notchless screen capable of running at 90hz. It may not be the most affordable OnePlus phone upon release, but it is still one of the most valuable devices on the market.

With the features it offers, the OnePlus 7 Pro is shaping up to be a great device for a wide range of users, particularly for students who are looking for a capable flagship that doesn’t cost a fortune. Is this the best phone for students?

A Screen to Admire


One of the best features of this new phone is the screen. The OnePlus 7 Pro comes with a 6.67-inch screen; Fluid AMOLED screen to be exact. The technology allows this phone’s display to operate at 90hz, promising smoother operations and better framerate in top games and apps. The screen itself is vibrant and vivid.

OnePlus 7 Pro’s screen is perfect for reading since it doesn’t punish the eyes as much, which means you can review course materials and read textbooks easily. If you are studying for an online degree such as earning a master’s in accounting from Suffolk University Online, you will find this phone to be a great companion too.

More importantly, it can handle anything from opening the online learning platform to running multiple apps at the same time. There is a good reason for this immense capability.

Power to Match

The OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro, as expected, come with the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 855, complete with Adreno 640 as its GPU. The Snapdragon 855 now uses 7nm manufacturing process, promising up to 50% of performance increase and close to 40% of power efficiency improvement.

With a bigger battery, you can expect the OnePlus 7 Pro to last nearly an entire day. Nearly, because the 90hz screen still consumes a lot of power when used. You can expect around 5-6 hours of screen-on time with regular use, which is not bad for a powerful flagship.

Warp Charge


Gone are the days of Dash Charge. The latest OnePlus handset now uses the company’s own Warp Charge, which can charge the 4,000mAh battery of the phone at 30W. This means you can go from 0% to 80% in less than an hour.

Warp Charge – and Dash Charge before it – changes how you interact with your phone. Knowing that you can recharge your phone to 50% in under 30 minutes is a huge plus; it makes pushing the phone to the limit much more doable.

So, is this phone perfect for students? The answer is a definite YES. In fact, the phone can meet the needs of even the most demanding market segment. Expect to see our in-depth review and more coverage about the OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro right here on this site.

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