Hampus Olsson is OnePlus’s go-to wallpaper creator, and that did not change this time around. Mr. Olsson created wallpapers for the OnePlus 7 series, though he did not make all of the wallpapers this time around. Mr. Olsson made it clear that he created only regular wallpapers, while live wallpapers were created and added by the company.
You can download both the OnePlus 7 regular and live wallpapers via links below this article. As was the case last year, we’re dealing with abstract wallpapers here. 10 regular wallpapers are available, some of which have the “Never Settle” slogan imprinted on them, though most of them do not.
We have included all the regular wallpapers in the gallery down below, just so you can see what you’re dealing with here. Do note that these wallpapers have been compressed, so if you’d like to access them in their full size, you’ll need to hit the download link that is included below.
These wallpapers are definitely not for everyone, but if you like Mr. Olsson’s style, and you liked wallpapers that he came up with last year, you’ll dig this as well. The situation is pretty much the same with OnePlus’ live wallpapers, as they’re also abstract.
The OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro got introduced yesterday, and they’re exactly what we expected, as both devices leaked quite a few times before the announcement. The OnePlus 7 is basically a reincarnated OnePlus 6T with better internals, while the OnePlus 7 Pro offers a brand new design, and more bells and whistles than the regular model.
The OnePlus 7 Pro is also quite a bit more expensive than the regular OnePlus 7, and it will become available for purchase before the regular model. The OnePlus 7 Pro will go on sale on May 21, while the regular model will hit the market in early June.
Both of these devices are made out of metal and glass, and both utilize new UFS 3.0 flash storage. Stereo speakers are also included in both devices, while the Snapdragon 855 is the go-to choice for OnePlus this time around. Android 9 Pie comes pre-installed on both devices, along with OnePlus’ OxygenOS 9.5.
The OnePlus 7 Pro includes a pop-up selfie camera, and it does not sport a display notch nor a display hole. The phone has a higher display aspect ratio than the OnePlus 7, while it also includes a 6.67-inch QHD+ Fluid AMOLED display that is curved, and is HDR10+ certified. That display also ships with a 90Hz refresh rate.
The OnePlus 7 is less fancy in terms of the design, as it includes a waterdrop display notch, and a 6.41-inch fullHD+ Optic AMOLED display, which is flat. This is the same display that the company utilized in the OnePlus 6T, by the way.
All in all, both of these phones are quite compelling, and there are some additional differences between them. If you’d like to know more about what differentiates them, click here, as we’ve listed all the differences you should know about.