OnePlus 7 Pro battery/heating feedback thread

  1. Narayan_Shrestha Froyo Jun 5, 2019

    Narayan_Shrestha, Jun 5, 2019 :
    With a massive screen and a high refresh rate screen brightness will have a major impact on battery. Guys having terrible battery life should turn off adaptive brightness and manually set as as per requirement. I am sure this will improve battery life significantly.

  2. Karolios Froyo Jun 5, 2019

    Karolios, Jun 5, 2019 :
    I cant say that mine heats up a lot during charging, but then again i am not using my phone while doing that. If you run some intense apps while charging i think its normal for the phone to heat up

  3. Cervantes Lollipop Moderator Jun 5, 2019

    Cervantes, Jun 5, 2019 :
    Thie battery thread is a thread of questions and/or commentary

    Please, read the first post

    You can use the search engine before opening a new thread
    Thread merged

    Thank You, Cervantes, Forum Moderator

  4. G_ItzHulkz_PvP_yCpl Cupcake Jun 5, 2019

    G_ItzHulkz_PvP_yCpl, Jun 5, 2019 :
    The battery life for me is enough i get around 7 hours SOT with 90hz and auto switch. But the oneplus launcher uses alot of battery or i mean i think so if it has usually used around 10% before i charge it
    Last edited: Jun 5, 2019

  5. sergi71bdn Gingerbread Jun 5, 2019

    sergi71bdn, Jun 5, 2019 :
    Is it just a problem with my OP7 Pro 8/256 or since the last update my phone burns every time I charge the battery for more than 30 minutes in a row? Are there many people with the same problem? Do I have to worry?

  6. malidan Marshmallow Jun 5, 2019

    malidan, Jun 5, 2019 :
    Clear the cache for that app bro or you could always uninstall and reinstall if the is possible.
    Your not spending all your time scrolling through the system menus are you? As seems to be the only way to see the difference.;)

  7. carlos.estepa Eclair Jun 5, 2019

    carlos.estepa, Jun 5, 2019 :
    I see that many of the reviews are focus on how much time you can get from watching videos, web browsing, chatting, etc, but none of those are considering what about being in a bad coverage zone or how much signaling is the phone sending to the network. This is a real case scenario and one that on my own experience impacts the battery life a lot, when in the city my battery last at least 25% more than at home (20Km from downtown ).
    Normally the phone will try to connect to the higher speed network (i.e.LTE), but if the strength of the signal is not good, it will jump back and forward between 3G and LTE, this is also impacting battery life.

  8. I1558436067746 Eclair Jun 5, 2019

  9. manimaarans Honeycomb Jun 5, 2019

    manimaarans, Jun 5, 2019 :
    I second this. I have better battery life in My home than in my office because of her poor signal

  10. yl62319 Cupcake Jun 6, 2019

    yl62319, Jun 6, 2019 :
    I am afraid to leave it plug in over night just in case it over heat and the battery catches on fire

  11. KTaylor62 Gingerbread Jun 6, 2019

    KTaylor62, Jun 6, 2019 :
    haven't had any battery heating issues at all and I've been charging overnight. but i also don't charge it everyday.

  12. bhavinder001 Gingerbread Jun 6, 2019

    bhavinder001, Jun 6, 2019 :
    Hi Sashka

    With every mAh increase battery size the weight of phone increases .. OP7 pro is already above 200 gms..you dont want a brick in your hand !!

  13. bhavinder001 Gingerbread Jun 6, 2019

    bhavinder001, Jun 6, 2019 :
    screen time is way above 1 hour..I am getting 5 hours on OP7 pro!!

  14. bhavinder001 Gingerbread Jun 6, 2019

    bhavinder001, Jun 6, 2019 :
    apply RMA...dont take any chances.

  15. Sashka_1323 Eclair Jun 6, 2019

    Sashka_1323, Jun 6, 2019 :
    what about s10+??? Is it so big, no! but battery is larger))

  16. bhavinder001 Gingerbread Jun 6, 2019

    bhavinder001, Jun 6, 2019 :
    does it have mechanical parts ? No. In order to fit more parts you need space..so hopefully now you can understand. Also consider the price difference between the two phones. 3. it is just 4100mAh not something like 5000 mAh

  17. Sashka_1323 Eclair Jun 6, 2019

    Sashka_1323, Jun 6, 2019 :
    xiaomi k 20 pro....

  18. bhavinder001 Gingerbread Jun 6, 2019

    bhavinder001, Jun 6, 2019 :
    I knew you would bring K20 pro in the discussion..but please note that brand value/after sales support matter a lot. Also note that they have cut some corners + the ads on MIUI.

    FYI - K20 Pro also have 4000mAH battery as it is also having mechanical parts :)

  19. Sashka_1323 Eclair Jun 6, 2019

    Sashka_1323, Jun 6, 2019 :
    smaller size and far far cheaper

  20. bhavinder001 Gingerbread Jun 6, 2019

    bhavinder001, Jun 6, 2019 :
    You say that the K20 Pro is a good phone and value for money, I will be the first one to agree. But, do not compare it with the OnePlus 7 pro.

    It is necessary to understand the ideology behind a product. OnePlus is a premium brand it gets you flagship features at not-soflagship prices.
    It is impossible to compare Oxygen OS to MIUI, I honestly cannot use MIUI.

    Another important thing to note is that the 2 phones are meant for 2 different kinds of users.
    The K20Pro is not an industry first, Redmi has always anxiously waited for OnePlus to launch their phones and then it comes out with its cheap marketing game.
    It's not striving for innovation it is trying to be OnePlus, if that is what they want then I want to be a frontrunner.

    Did Redmi do something mind-blowing? Nope.
    Does it have an industry first 90 Hz display? Nope.
    Does it have bloat free software experience, that the tech world loves? Nope.
    A OnePlus user will buy a OnePlus and a Xioami user will buy a Xioami

    Albeit it's the most expensive OnePlus yet but it still is cheaper than what the big boys offer.
    I would like if OnePlus priced their phones below 45k but let's be real I don't need a 90HZ display, I'm totally happy with the OnePlus 7 - the same uncompromised phone with top of the line specs and it is worth every penny.

    Do the math!