Is OnePlus going to ditch the screen punch cam and get the full screen ever again?! via OnePlus 7 Pro

  1. Fadi.t
    Donut Nov 26, 2020

    Fadi.t , via OnePlus 7 Pro , Nov 26, 2020 :

    I just need to know whether OnePlus is going to distinguish its product again from other products and bring back the amazing full screen again? I really love everything about OnePlus products, the amazing software, the commitment to keep products updated and of course the very reliable hardware.

    For me it was a big disappointment and I consider it a downscale when the full screen concept was abandoned by OnePlus.

    I just hope that OnePlus is going to bring back the full all screen phone so I can upgrade to it otherwise I'm just gonna seek other products that have this amazing feature.

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  2. gdsingh94
    Jelly Bean Nov 27, 2020

    gdsingh94 , via OnePlus 7 , Nov 27, 2020 :
    I don't think thats ever happening again.. as one plus is moving to make there phone IP68 certified and thats not possible with any moving part in the phone...

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  3. Matt 80
    Lollipop Nov 27, 2020

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  4. Todorino
    Cupcake Dec 26, 2020

    Todorino , Dec 26, 2020 :
    The full screen OnePlus7 Pro convinced me OnePlus are a seriously good phone provider and I was extremely satisfied with it, after 10 years of samsung phones. The main reason for the switch - the first ever full screen high refresh rate panel, with no obstructions. I’ve been wanting to upgrade for a while and I get disappointed every year when I see the gorgeous displays with holes on them. Not only does it push the notification icons down, but it also renders the top part of most ‘full-screen’ apps useless. Black bars on games, pushed interfaces. I look at my 7pro and I refuse to upgrade to a phone with a worse screen experience. If OnePlus don’t bring back the full screen this year, I’ll also be forced to switch to something different. Super sad, I absolutely love what they do, but I cannot accept a hole on the screen as an ‘upgrade’.

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