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Say no to notches and hole-punch displays with the new flagship from OnePlus, because the OnePlus 7 Pro is available to order now with free shipping!

Originally unveiled on May 14, the OnePlus 7 Pro features a notch-less 6.67" 90Hz AMOLED display with an in-screen fingerprint reader, three rear cameras, a motorized pop-up front camera and more -- click here to view the complete spec sheet. There are four configurations available and we've listed each model below.

The OnePlus 7 Pro has received stellar reviews from several sites including The Verge and MobileSyrup, with notable praise given to the display and excellent battery life.

Orders will ship within 24 hours and all OnePlus 7 Pro configurations qualify for free shipping.

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    • Family has a 3 and 3T. Still working like a charm. 3T had a camera problem and was fixed by 1+ with $0. Xcellent service. Have skipped the 5 and 6 now looking forward to the 7 pro. Heard the 7 has 5G that will make it a phone for the future. A very reliable phone with lots of updates and a good performance to price ratio.
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    • Avatar wrote:
      Apr 25th, 2019 7:54 pm
      Family has a 3 and 3T. Still working like a charm. 3T had a camera problem and was fixed by 1+ with $0. Xcellent service. Have skipped the 5 and 6 now looking forward to the 7 pro. Heard the 7 has 5G that will make it a phone for the future. A very reliable phone with lots of updates and a good performance to price ratio.
      If the pricing is even remotely similar to how other makers are pricing their 5G phones (the 5G version being MUCH more expensive), you're probably better off buying the non-5G version now, and then buying a another 5G phone in a handful of years when we actually have a useful 5G network (not that 5G is particularly necessary, unless we start getting unlimited mobile data plans here, which... Ha. Ha ha ha.)
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    • These phones hold their value too it seems. I got $80 on a trade in at Staples for my OP2. To put in perspective, they only gave me $20 for an LG G6 at the same time.

      As my OP2 lasted until I bought the 6T at launch, I suspect I will skip the 7s all together.
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    • Gutty96 wrote:
      Apr 26th, 2019 10:39 am
      These phones hold their value too it seems. I got $80 on a trade in at Staples for my OP2. To put in perspective, they only gave me $20 for an LG G6 at the same time.

      As my OP2 lasted until I bought the 6T at launch, I suspect I will skip the 7s all together.
      I'm not sure that store trade-in values are much of an indication of anything (lord only knows how they decide on those values), but yeah - the 7 is unlikely to be THAT much of an upgrade over the 6T, much in the way that it's *very rare* that a single generation upgrade (or in this case, a half-generation upgrade) is much of a change. Usually it's just an iterative update - slightly faster processor, maybe more RAM or storage, marginally improved camera, etc.
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    • wearysky wrote:
      Apr 26th, 2019 12:37 pm
      I'm not sure that store trade-in values are much of an indication of anything (lord only knows how they decide on those values), but yeah - the 7 is unlikely to be THAT much of an upgrade over the 6T, much in the way that it's *very rare* that a single generation upgrade (or in this case, a half-generation upgrade) is much of a change. Usually it's just an iterative update - slightly faster processor, maybe more RAM or storage, marginally improved camera, etc.
      Ya, for sure. This is the upgrade for those with thr 5/5T or even those that dragged out thier 3/3T.

      Those who go from the 6s, are just those who always buy the latest anyway.
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    • Gutty96 wrote:
      Apr 26th, 2019 12:57 pm
      Ya, for sure. This is the upgrade for those with thr 5/5T or even those that dragged out thier 3/3T.

      Those who go from the 6s, are just those who always buy the latest anyway.
      Absolutely. I wasn't really planning on upgrading this soon (I was planning on holding out at least till the end of this year, if not early next year) but sooner rather than later my Pixel 2 XL's broken corner is gonna spread across the whole phone.
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    • I'm waiting to see prices and initial reviews on the 7. If it's subpar, I might go get the 6T.

      I've actually wanted to grab an OP phone for awhile now (like a true hipster, avoiding the Samsung/iphone circlejerks), just waiting on the release of the 7.
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    • OnePlus need to make a small phone. The triple camera setup will be much improved.
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    • I'd love to come back to OnePlus after having an OG One, just because of the XDA support for custom ROM's. Just can't see any benefits for what I need a phone to do, to upgrade from my current LG V35.
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    • My 6T should last a few years.
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    • I just don't know about those little pop up cameras...... seems like something that is easy to break and expensive to replace.

      Frankly the notch has never really bothered me much.
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    • Gutty96 wrote:
      Apr 29th, 2019 9:40 am
      I just don't know about those little pop up cameras...... seems like something that is easy to break and expensive to replace.

      Frankly the notch has never really bothered me much.
      Same. BUT, having said that, I take about 3 selfies a year, so if it breaks it wouldn't be that big a deal for me, and I'd still have a nice edge to edge screen. :)

      Though I actually *like* having a little bit of bezel around my screen, if I'm being honest. Keeps my chubby hands from rolling over the edge of the phone onto the screen and accidentally touching it.
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    • i see the pop up cam to take a hit on the resale value of the phone. Trust will be a thing if you tell them you rarely take selfies.
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    • I've had the 3T, 5, and currently the 6.

      The 6T was a step down from the 6 IMO, wasn't worth the upgrade. Depending on price, I may jump on the 7.
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    • starting from $1,000, only available for 7Pro in Canada....
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    • Thinking of jumping on this phone as well. Everything looks great but I guess I have to see actually paying customers reviews before buying one. My main concern would be low light photos (I shoot film but I use cellphone to take some photos at night).

      Anyone know if you can use any USB c cables for OnePlus phones (I'm not concern about fast charging, only concern if it'll harm the phone)
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    • KennethW84812 wrote:
      May 14th, 2019 2:35 pm
      starting from $1,000, only available for 7Pro in Canada....
      As you've probably already done, it seems the direct USD to CAN exchange amounts to $900. Their $100 round up to $1000 seems a little much.
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    • OnePlus 7 Pro Canadian Specs, Pricing and Availability

      Pricing and colours:
      Mirror Gray
      • 6GB RAM/128GB ROM — $999
      • 8GB RAM/256GB ROM — $1,049
      Nebula Blue
      • 8GB RAM/256GB ROM — $1049
      • 12GB RAM/256GB ROM — $1119
      4000 mAh battery, 16mp front camera, 48, 16 and 8 mp rear cameras. snapdragon 855, 6.67in 90hz display.

      Also coming in "Almond" sometime post-launch, which will be 6gb/128gb.

      No 7 coming to Canada at all, they're just going to reduce the price of the 6T by $40 and sell that as their low end model instead.

      Guess I'm not getting a new OnePlus device. Would've considered getting a 6T if they dropped the price more. But only $40? Naaaah.
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