Like the existing Mirror Grey and Nebula Blue models, OnePlus 7 Pro in Almond includes the same AMOLED with a 90Hz refresh rate that we heralded as "breathtaking".
The OnePlus 7 Pro needs no introduction.
The firmware for the OnePlus 7 released last week was OxygenOS 9.5.4; the latest update carries a firmware build OxygenOS 9.5.5.GM57AA. The changelog of this new OxygenOS update for OnePlus 7 also brings many improvements to the camera.
Late last month we have seen OnePlus 6 and 6T smartphones receiving beta updates which bought Zen Mode phone de-addiction feature. The update is smaller in size and weighs just 125MB in size. The Nightscape mode, which helps users in shooting in low-light settings, also gets an upgrade with better clarity and colours. The latest one brings the May 2019 Android security patch. The camera will be more stable and have improved accuracy following the update. This update also claimed to bring improvements to the camera, tweaks for smooth scrolling, and an optimised algorithm for in-display fingerprint unlock sensor, apart from "general bug fixes and improvements".
That combination of 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage is OnePlus's standard configuration for the 7 Pro, though it's worth pointing out that the mirror gray and nebula blue models are available in a range of configurations from 6GB of RAM/128GB of storage all the way up to 12GB of RAM/256GB of storage.
With the camera now in a much better position, we'd bet that the OnePlus 7 Pro would an even better of a choice now as we dive deeper into 2019.
The device features a 48MP (f/1.6)+ 5MP dual-cameras at the rear for imaging and a 16MP selfie snapper.