The, which features a novel pop-up selfie camera, triple-rear cameras and high-end hardware specs, comes in a new, limited edition color. Dubbed "Almond," the cream-colored, almost copper-tinged variant costs $699 and £699 (the phone isn't available in Australia, but that converts to about $1,006) with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of built-in storage.
Since 2014, when the company launched its first OnePlus has garnered a reputation for making phones with at a wallet-friendly price. And while every year it gets harder for OnePlus to keep prices low (compared to other brands, OnePlus has from model to model), the OnePlus 7 Pro is still a great value despite being the company's most expensive phone.,
The phone also features an in-display fingerprint reader, a smooth 6.67-inch display that refreshes 90 times a second (most phones refresh 60 times) and fast-charging technology called Warp Charging. The company recently released an update thattoo, including boosting HDR and lowlight photography. And while the OnePlus 7 Pro isn't officially IP rated for water resistance, . Unfortunately, the OnePlus 7 Pro doesn't have wireless charging nor a headphone jack.
An even less expensive variant, the, is available in the UK too. It costs £549 (8GB of RAM/256GB of storage) and doesn't have the pop-up camera nor the wide-angle rear camera. For more about both phones, read and .