In-store for consumer is a more powerful 8GB RAM / 256GB storage model for $1070 or the top-of-the-line 12GB RAM / 256GB storage model for $1230. Compare to its 2018 counterpart, the current version has a bigger 6.7-inch 3120 by 1440 pixels OLED display, thanks to motorized pop-up Selfie for its notchless display which is a must-have for this year latest flagship model.
Another notable upgrade is Snapdragon 855 processor, the most powerful chipset to-date, Triple camera (48 MP wide +16 MP super-wide +8 MP 3X loseless zoom) and OLED screen which runs at 90Hz refresh rate,as to compare to other displays on the market which runs at 60Hz. No wonder OnePlus CEO Pete Lau told The Verge the 7 Pro display is three times more expensive than displays used than its predecessor. Still, at a starting price of 860 Singapore dollar, it’s still a good catch considering the price-point, without compromising top performance and latest software.
The OnePlus 7 Pro in Singapore is now available to order from Hitec Mobile website. You can pick up the base model starting at $960 which gets you 6GB RAM and 128GB of storage.