To further pull your attention away from the poor battery life of the Pixel 4 and its sometimes-on-90Hz-display, OnePlus has dropped the price of the OnePlus 7 Pro and its always-on-90Hz-display by $50. So now, you can get into OnePlus’ highest-end phone for $649.
At $649, you have color options of Almond, Mirror Gray, and Nebula Blue. Those phones come with 8GB RAM and 256GB of storage. That’s a good price!
While still $50 higher than the newly released OnePlus 7T (review), you do get double the storage, a slightly bigger screen with a higher resolution, and that sweet pop-up selfie camera. While it lacks the Snapdragon 855+ (it still has the 855) and macro camera, it matches the 7T in all other ways, plus it has a curved display for those who love curved things.
For more on our OnePlus 7 Pro thoughts, our review is a good place to go.