In the sets above and below, you can see how the three cameras work. While it's really fun to shoot with the ultra wide-angle lens and squeeze more into a shot, image quality is softer compared to the main camera since it doesn't come with any optical image stabilization like on the other two cameras.
Also, note how the color temperature and contrast shifts between the three cameras. The OnePlus 7 ultra wide-angle camera isn't nearly as wide, and the dynamic range is also a little lacking. Next up, we have a good ol' outdoor shot comparison to test the range of the OnePlus 7 Pro's 3x telephoto zoom lens.
As you can see, the camera gets you much closer. I think the 3x zoom is solid. Details are sharp and colors are accurate and not too saturated. But if a ton of zoom is what you want in a smartphone camera, the OnePlus 7 Pro can't compete with the Huawei P30 Pro's 50x zoom. Just look at how close it gets. It's bonkers. The OnePlus 7 Pro's 3x zoom is sweet, but it's no match for the P30's 50x zoom pictured here.
Another shot outdoors to see how the main camera compares with other phones in its class. Honestly, they all look pretty damn good to me. It would've worried me if the OnePlus 7 Pro couldn't nail a simple outdoor pic. I'm not much of a food photographer, but I understand the appeal. This shot comparison of a bowl of fried chicken gizzards looks pretty scrumptious in the OnePlus 7 pic. The iPhone XS pic looks the least tasty with its duller tones. The Pixel 3 photo is too dark and saturated, and the P30 Pro's picture has a reddish tint to it.
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Things get interesting as a scene darkens. Below, we've got a beautiful sunset and while the OnePlus 7 Pro shot is definitely decent, I was surprised that the OnePlus 6T was able to work its HDR magic just a bit better to better expose the sun and widen the dynamic range for a brighter shot. This museum exhibit wasn't completely dark, but it was still dim enough to test the OnePlus 7 Pro's low light capabilities. After staring at these shots for a good while, I would say they're all pretty good.
For the best low-light shots, the Pixel 3 takes the crown. Its Night Sight is practically magic and can bring out details in shadows and colors your naked eyes can't even see. Just look at how much more visible these costumes are with Night Sight. No phone camera beats the Pixel 3's Night Sight mode when it comes to illuminating dark places. Portrait mode shots with the OnePlus 7 Pro can be hit or miss. Sometimes it looks like it did half a portrait shot and didn't finish blurring out the background. Bottom line is: The iPhone XS is the most reliable for portrait photos. Selfies are better this time around, but still look too blue compared to selfies taken on other phones.
My standard for a selfie is different from yours so maybe you prefer the OnePlus 7 Pro's look, but I think I'd pick any of the other non-OnePlus selfies every time. The triple cameras are handy for different shooting scenarios, the camera app is fast to shoot and save, and the image quality is acceptable for the price.
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The image processing could use some more fine-tuning to bring out just a bit more dynamic range and clarity, but perhaps that's something future versions of Oxygen OS can patch up. As far as I'm concerned, I've seen worse picture quality on other smartphone cameras.
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Next time, though, I want to see more. OnePlus needs to invest in computational photography so that the night mode is less crunchy and competes with the Pixel 3's Night Sight. Below, you'll find a sampling of some shots I took with the OnePlus 7 Pro's various camera modes click to see the original resolution. I hope they give you a sense of what the cameras' strengths and weaknesses are. As always, I open my Instagram sourlemons and Twitter raywongy to any questions you might have about the cameras.
Don't be shy! Years ago, I wondered at what point the Chinese startup would cease being the phone maker selling "flagship killers" that nobody in the U. It would appear that time has come. Instead of merely mimicking its competitors, the company's signaling with the OnePlus 7 Pro it's ready to lead with features such as a cutting-edge full-screen 90Hz display, fast in-display fingerprint reader, and pop-up camera that you won't find on an iPhone or Samsung Galaxy.
Just as it took a few years for Samsung Galaxy phones to become synonymous with certain features i. I said it earlier and I'll repeat it again: OnePlus is all grown up and its ambitions are bigger than before. Now, we just have to see if consumers are willing to let the company grow beyond its flagship-specs-with-lower-pricing roots. Every product here is independently selected by Mashable journalists. If you buy something featured, we may earn an affiliate commission which helps support our work.
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Learning Curve 4. Performance 4. Bang for the Buck 4. The OnePlus 7 Pro comes in three colors. One of them is this "Nebula Blue. A Familiar Premium Design. The Nebula Blue model is a real visual treat. The display is curved on the sides like a Samsung phone. OnePlus' signature "alert slider" is still present. No headphone jack, but you do get stereo speakers.
Dirac Power Sound is a technology that turns even the tiniest of speakers to a full-sized audio playback experience. It makes sound clearer, with more natural and rich details. Also, the bass is greatly improved as well. To put it in short, Dirac Power Sound makes sure that your phone always produces the best audio possible.
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Power Sound is enabled by default on supported devices, like the OnePlus 6. It fills the gaps left by Power Sound by improving the loudspeaker and earphone listening experience.
The company states that cheap but well-optimized gadgets are much better than expensive non-optimized ones. Dirac HD Sound offers more dynamic soundstage, more powerful bass, and improved clarity of sound. OnePlus and Dirac have been partners since , since the release of OnePlus 2. Dirac Power Sound and Dirac HD Sound challenge the audio constraints inherent in these devices and offer a rich, full and premium listening experience — as evidenced in the new OnePlus 6.