OnePlus had introduced its OnePlus 7 series smartphones quite recently, and those of you who want to know more about either of the two devices are in luck, as the company rounded up questions from the community, and answered quite a few of them.
If you click here, you will be able to access all of those questions and answer, while both the OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro user manuals are linked there as well. There are quite a few questions and answer included on the page, and they may help you decide whether you’d like to purchase either of the two phones or not.
These questions and answer are split into four categories, hardware, software, miscellaneous, and Bullets Wireless 2. We will try to go over some of the more interesting / important answers in this article, but you will need to navigate to the company’s official website in order to access the full list.
The company has confirmed that both OnePlus 7 devices support DisplayPort video output, through a compatible third-party cable. The company also stated that the OnePlus 7 does not feature liquid cooling like the OnePlus 7 Pro, that much is stated on the website but many users were not aware of the difference.
OnePlus also said that the 30W Warp Charge adapter can be used to charge older OnePlus devices, but that their charging speed will be limited. In other words, only the OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition and the OnePlus 7 Pro can take advantage of 30W Warp Charge charging speeds. Same goes for the opposite case, as older chargers will work with the OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro, but charging speeds will be adjusted.
The company also said that both the OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro come with a Bluetooth equalizer built in, while OnePlus did confirm that the OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro software features will be coming to the OnePlus 5, 5T, 6, and 6T… all features that are not hardware-dependent.
The company has also explained why the OnePlus 7 is not on offer in the US, to cut the long story short, the company did not feel that the OnePlus 7 is the right fit for the US market, thus it ended up offering only the OnePlus 7 Pro.
Regarding its brand new wireless earphones, the Bullets Wireless 2, OnePlus confirmed that they are compatible with Android, iOS, Windows, Mac, and other devices that support Bluetooth earphones. OnePlus also cleared up that you do not need a Warp Charger in order to charge Bullets Wireless 2, as they come with a charging cable and can be charged with any USB-compatible charger.
The OnePlus 7 Pro is already available for purchase via the company’s official website, while the OnePlus 7 will go on sale in early June, but it will not be available in all the same markets as the OnePlus 7 Pro. The two phones are similar in many ways, but they are also quite a bit different, depending on how you look at it. OnePlus sure did opt for a different approach when it comes to design here, so… if you’d like to know more about their differences, click here.