OnePlus 7 Pro Comparison

The easiest OnePlus 7 Pro comparison is that UFS is like an SSD on a PC and eMMC is like an HDD. So, the work of installing applications, opening applications, data transfer, data storage or even the data cache process is faster than usual. This thing will actually not be noticed by the average user, as it happens a lot from the system part.

The Snapdragon 855 is a processor chip widely used by flagship devices this year. Its performance is obviously as good and satisfying as any flagship gadget. The only advantage of this OnePlus is that the operating system used is very light. Oxygen OS is an operating system similar to the native Android, so the animations are smooth, the interface is very user -friendly and simple. Oxygen OS is not an operating system for all, because it is too simple – users unfamiliar with native Android will easily get bore.

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OS

Oxygen OS works well, fast and smoothly. Throughout use I have never felt any time lag or problems. The operating system is based on Android 9.0 Pie which also receives monthly security updates; and regularly receives updates for camera improvements. Among the interesting functions in Oxygen OS are Quick Launch; which can be access from the lock screen by using a fingerprint; to access some applications, Parallel Apps; for app clones, DC Dimming for those who are easily dizzy when the screen flashes; and also Quick reply in landscape to reply messages in landscape mode while other applications are in use.

The first play is one of the most exciting. This is because the OnePlus gaming mode now comes with Fnatic mode which is the first play setting proposed by the Fnatic e-sports team. It has a more interesting Do Not Disturb, focuses performance on the first only; and also enhances the use of the Internet against the first. My first favorites are Asphalt 9, PUBG Mobile and even Hitman Sniper.

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