The OnePlus 7 Pro's pricing just leaked and... it's not cheap

The OnePlus 7 Pro's pricing just leaked and... it's not cheap
OnePlus 7 Pro CAD-based render

Just days after the OnePlus 7 Pro’s spec sheet was revealed entirely, today tipster Ishan Agarwal has partnered up with Android Central to reveal the official pricing of the upcoming flagship ahead of its debut next month.

The most expensive OnePlus phone ever


As revealed recently, there will be three versions of the OnePlus 7 Pro. The entry-level model will carry 6GB of RAM and 128GB of non-expandable internal storage. If this isn’t enough, a version with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage will be available too. Also, those looking for the absolute best will be able to get their hands of a 12/256GB version.

Working our way down the lineup, today’s leak suggests the OnePlus 7 Pro with 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage will cost a whopping €819 in most European markets – in certain countries with higher tax rates the phone will retail at €829.

The OnePlus 7 Pro with just 8GB of RAM, on the other hand, will shave €70 off the price tag bringing it down to €749. Once again, in certain markets consumers will be forced to pay €10 extra for the phone due to taxes.

Lastly, the pricing of the base OnePlus 7 Pro with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage currently remains unclear. However, the markups seen on the other models suggest it could retail somewhere between €679 and €699.

OnePlus 7 Pro CAD-based render

OnePlus 7 Pro CAD-based render

As a reference, the OnePlus 6T with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage currently retails at €549 in most European countries. The range-topping 8/256GB OnePlus 6T, on the other hand, costs €629.

How much will the OnePlus 7 Pro cost in the US?


The official pricing of the OnePlus 7 Pro for the US market wasn’t revealed today, but previous conversions do allow us to make an educated guess.

If OnePlus chooses to price the OnePlus 7 Pro at €699 in Europe, the flagship should be available to purchase in the US at $699. Similarly, the OnePlus 7 Pro with 8GB of RAM on board and double the storage will most likely retail at $749.

The range-topping model which increases the RAM count to 12GB, on the other hand, will most likely set US consumers back a considerable $819.

OnePlus 7 Pro CAD-based render

OnePlus 7 Pro CAD-based render

At these estimated prices, the OnePlus 7 Pro will face competition from a number of mainstream flagships. For example, the Samsung Galaxy S10e and Galaxy S10 which retail at $749 and $899 respectively but are frequently available at lower prices or with free accessories as part of limited-time offers. The LG G8 ThinQ costs $819.99 but can be found elsewhere for much less too.

Over in Europe, the OnePlus 7 Pro will also face tough competition from the Huawei P30, which retails at just €749 but, once again, can be found cheaper with a bit of luck.

OnePlus 7 Pro features and specs


Unlike the regular OnePlus 7 and last year's OnePlus 6T, the OnePlus 7 Pro will make use of an all-screen design that centers around a massive 6.7-inch curved AMOLED panel. This will sport a a 3120x1440p resolution and will also support a new technology that results in a refresh rate of 90Hz, thus creating a smoother user experience. Overall, OnePlus recently admitted that the OnePlus 7 Pro's display cost three times more to develop than usual.

Accompanying this new screen will be a pop-out camera system that houses a 16-megapixel selfie snapper and a triple-camera setup on the rear. The latter will be home to a 48-megapixel primary camera complete with both optical and electronic image stabilization, a 16-megapixel super-wide-angle alternative, and an 8-megapixel sensor that sports a 3x telephoto zoom lens. 

On the inside of the OnePlust 7 Pro, consumers can expect to find Qualcomm's Snapdragon 855, the storage and RAM counts mentioned above, and a 4,000mAh battery complete with support for 30W fast charging.

OnePlus 7 Pro CAD-based render

OnePlus 7 Pro CAD-based render

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7 Pro
  • Display 6.7" 1440 x 3120 pixels
  • Camera 48 MP / 16 MP front
  • Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 855, Octa-core, 2840 MHz
  • Storage 256 GB
  • Battery 4000 mAh(34h talk time)

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51 Comments

1. User123456789

Posts: 587; Member since: Feb 22, 2019

Almost the price of the devices that offer HDR screen, IP rating, stereo speakers, more expensive oled, gorilla 6 .....

4. Boast_Rider

Posts: 532; Member since: Sep 14, 2017

The OnePlus 6 screen was HDR, and I'm sure this will be as well. The 7 and 7 pro are supposed to have stereo speakers, the 7 pro has a 1440p 90 Hz OLED which is very expensive, and 6T already had gorilla glass 6. The only things you are missing is IP rating and wireless charging. But this is going to be $300 cheaper than S10+. I'm sure that can be forgiven. Don't compare it to the S10e, since this is a big phone with triple camera, QHD, 4000 mAh and big screen. It should be compared to big phones like P30 pro and S10+, which cost $300 more.

9. User123456789

Posts: 587; Member since: Feb 22, 2019

Considering that the use everything previously done by Oppo, are designed and made in China ( cheaper costs), no support and operations worldwide etc .... They should not cost this much ....

18. Boast_Rider

Posts: 532; Member since: Sep 14, 2017

The 7 pro doesn't use Oppo's tech. The screen is brand new, Oppo Reno doesn't use stereo speakers, the camera is different from the one reno uses, and has an excellent software support which Oppo lacks. Show me another sub $700 phone that matches the camera or display specs, and I'll consider your opinion. OxygenOS is just a cherry on top. BTW, there will still be the regular OP7 that will have specs similar to Oppo reno (48 MP f/1.7 camera, 1080p OLED), and that will cost around $550.

26. User123456789

Posts: 587; Member since: Feb 22, 2019

Do you really think op7 pro is different from what Oppo and Vivo have already done? Dont forget that they are siblings companies. Easy exchange of tech. Look at OP7, Oppo R11 Pro and Vivo Nex .. It has same imx586 as Reno. While Vivo uses 48MP isocell. I wont be surprised if OP8 brings the periscope from Reno.... s10 is $750 on Amazon .... 8Gb/128Gb

29. Boast_Rider

Posts: 532; Member since: Sep 14, 2017

OP7 pro uses new display than reno. Regarding camera, it still uses a different lens, which is the only component they can share. The 7 pro has an F/1.6 lens with OIS, which no Oppo and Vivo phone has. The IMX586 is from Sony, and not Oppo. "s10 is $750 on Amazon .... 8Gb/128Gb" As I suspected, it's the s**tty exynos variant. That one gets worse battery, worse performance, worse audio and camera compared to the Snapdragon variant. Also, the 7 pro competes with the S10+, not the regular variant. The 7 pro has the bigger display and 4000 mAh battery like the S10+. Compare the SD 855 version of the S10+ in similar price, and I'll agree with you. You're just wasting time here man, just admit you're wrong here.

10. User123456789

Posts: 587; Member since: Feb 22, 2019

" Judging by the "Optic OLED" moniker, used by OnePlus, we can only assume the panel comes courtesy of Samsung as their previous screens. The lack of HDR certification hints that it's probably not a top-of-the-line model" Gsmarena

14. AbhiD

Posts: 613; Member since: Apr 06, 2012

And you assumed it because GSMArena made a guess? 7 Pro will have curved amoled panel with 90hz refresh rate and QHD+ resolution. Does even samsung have such a panel in their phones?

27. User123456789

Posts: 587; Member since: Feb 22, 2019

I dont know about Samsung, Sony does but 4K

16. Boast_Rider

Posts: 532; Member since: Sep 14, 2017

From anandtech review of OnePlus 6:https://images.anandtech.com/doci/12676/gmut_575px.png The screen IS HDR. It plays HDR videos from youtube properly, and does anything an HDR screen should do.

28. User123456789

Posts: 587; Member since: Feb 22, 2019

The only site that says it has HDR ... Not even the OnePlus stated that

32. Boast_Rider

Posts: 532; Member since: Sep 14, 2017

This is objective proof that it has HDR. Also, I owned OnePlus 6 and it played HDR videos on Youtube just fine. It did have HDR, you can deny all you want.

48. vasra

Posts: 120; Member since: Feb 27, 2014

But no 3.5mm jack, no great cameras, no IP rating and OP quality of buildmanship is still far away from best of Samsung, Apple or Huawei.

49. riteshrkm

Posts: 145; Member since: Apr 15, 2015

what about Note 9 xcept htat it has a 845 chiset ang 2 gb less ram . It's still worthy opponenet of this!

51. Boast_Rider

Posts: 532; Member since: Sep 14, 2017

Note 9 has the same update schedule as S9, which means Android Q will be the last update for it, since it already got pie. S10 will get Q and R. OnePlus 7 pro on the other hand will get Q, R and S. Software support alone is a reason not to consider the Note 9. Sure, it has excellent hardware, but that old chip also means less updates.

8. AbhiD

Posts: 613; Member since: Apr 06, 2012

What? 7 Pro will have Quad HD+ curved Amoled display with 90Hz refresh rate, S855, 4000 mAh battery, stereo speakers, triple camera setup, no notch, pop up selfie camera, 30 Watt fast charging, in display fingerprint scanner, 6/128 GB, at $670-$699. 7 Pro will offer costlier and better display, HDR display, Stereo speakers, Gorilla Glass 6. Which other phone from Samsung or Huawei or Apple is even Close?

11. User123456789

Posts: 587; Member since: Feb 22, 2019

you can find s10 dual sim 8 + 128Gb for $745 on Amazon USA. Black international version...

17. AbhiD

Posts: 613; Member since: Apr 06, 2012

Just checked. An unlocked version with no warranty. Good luck with that if something goes wrong. Not to mention S10 has smaller display, no 90hz refresh rate, smaller battery, inferior front and back cameras, screen notches/punch holes, inferior Exynos processor, inferior fast charging. Good luck justifying the purchase over just IP rating and wireless charging.

30. User123456789

Posts: 587; Member since: Feb 22, 2019

OnePlus 7 will use same exmor already being used by Xiaomi. Mi9 takes worse photos than s10. 48MP quad bayer gives same details levels of native 12MP. It is not like the downsampling Nokia and Sony used to do.

33. User123456789

Posts: 587; Member since: Feb 22, 2019

Samsung phones are design in Korea, employees cost more than in China. Samsung has operations all around the globe. Costumer services all over the globe. Remember that this costs a lot too.

34. User123456789

Posts: 587; Member since: Feb 22, 2019

Most people buy oneplus direct from chinese websites like gearbest. No warranty either

22. michaelny2001

Posts: 319; Member since: Aug 01, 2012

yes, it's true, however Samsung has a reputaiton and a brand recognition, better quality materials, rtc. I have an S3 and it will works, i don't know if OP7 Pro can stand the test of time. besides, i don't want ot hear any more flagship killer crap, it costs as much as an LG, HTC, etc. $599 should be the highest price paid. Labor costs nothing in China, and materials, well that is where the money go, but still... i am considering buying a mint condition Note 9 instead. And i really wanted the 7 Pro to work.

39. Reviewerofstuff

Posts: 119; Member since: Jun 02, 2018

Brand recognition doesn't mean their products are better.

42. ijuanp03

Posts: 507; Member since: Dec 30, 2014

No brand recognition doesn't mean their products are better either.

2. Cat97

Posts: 1774; Member since: Mar 02, 2017

At this price point there are so many options, like a Galaxy S10 (currently 709 EUR in Amazon Italy). Why would I spend 50 EUR more to buy a OnePlus instead of a Galaxy S10 ? To use it on a non-existent 5G network ? It's just nuts. Companies like OnePlus are too quick to believe that their products have become so good as to be worthy of a price increase. Their products sold well because of the fair price.

3. joshuaswingle

Posts: 489; Member since: Apr 03, 2018

I don't think the prices mentioned above are for the 5G variant... that will probably cost even more.

36. rsiders

Posts: 1889; Member since: Nov 17, 2011

And yet still way cheaper than other 5g competing phones.

5. TheOracle1

Posts: 2074; Member since: May 04, 2015

Agreed. The people at OnePlus have lost the plot. They've left their core customer base to the likes of Xiaomi and their Mi9 type series. I was considering this for my first OnePlus but I'll be sticking with my NexS (and headphone jack) for the foreseeable future since they look virtually the same anyway.

7. AbhiD

Posts: 613; Member since: Apr 06, 2012

What? 7 Pro will have Quad HD+ curved Amoled display with 90Hz refresh rate, S855, 4000 mAh battery, stereo speakers, triple camera setup, no notch, pop up selfie camera, 30 Watt fast charging, in display fingerprint scanner, 6/128 GB, at $670-$699. Which other phone from Samsung or Huawei or Apple is even Close?

6. Cheezwiz

Posts: 500; Member since: Dec 29, 2014

Hard pass on the Pro for the price. Hard pass on the regular OP7 for the identical design of the 6T. I guess I'm going midrange this cycle. If only Google had included 128GB of storage on the Pixel 3aXL, I'd be even more certain. I guess it's back to hoping I can get my hands on an A70 or A80. Suprise, surprise, Samsung finally got the midrange right.

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