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HOT STUFF

20 PAGES OF THE BIGGEST STORIES FROM PLANET TECH

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OnePlus 7 Pro

For a long time, OnePlus was known to cool kids as the cheap and cheerful alternative to Apple or Samsung. But even the budget-priced trailblazer of the smartphone world couldn’t resist slapping a ‘Pro’ label – which, as we all know by now, is code for ‘very expensive’ – on its latest blower. That’s not to say the OnePlus 7 Pro isn’t worth plumping up the extra pocket money for, though (read our full review on page 33 if you’re in any doubt). That rather magnificent curved 6.67in AMOLED display also happens to be 90Hz, which comfortably bests the 60Hz panel you’ll find on most of its rivals. In day-to-day use, the superior refresh rate means super-smooth scrolling and better gaming performance. Meanwhile, the now traditional triple-lens camera setup comprises a 48MP main sensor with OIS, an 8MP telephoto and a 16MP ultra-wide-angle. The notchlessness of the display is thanks to a 16MP pop-up front snapper, while a Snapdragon 855 processor will tear through any task you throw at it.

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