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OnePlus 7 Pro battery/heating feedback thread

  1. payashlakhe
    Donut Sep 26, 2019


  2. Cervantes
    Moderator Moderator Sep 26, 2019

    Cervantes , Sep 26, 2019 :
    if you have no results using the search engine
    One way to search, is to review the forum, by the model of your phone
    One Plus 7 series: you have sticky threads at the top
    One plus 7 series has subforums, to see them, select + and choose for example: One plus 7 pro General Support
    Thanks, Best regards, Cervantes
     

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  3. Y1558638781344
    Donut Sep 27, 2019

    Y1558638781344 , Sep 27, 2019 :
    hey, do I don't have a screenshot rn but i can put later today after I have used my phone a little but the battery has a bad standby because I literally have fhd and I dont use my phone much, but I get around 5-6h somewhere between there. where. before I used auto switch and I got around 7h 20m.
     

  4. KamalJat808
    Eclair Sep 27, 2019

    KamalJat808 , Sep 27, 2019 :
    After installing OB2 on OP7 pro battery is draining fast as before , may be new software update may be took good news about this matter.This is observed approximately 7 days of phone use by mine.
     

  5. h.pednekar
    Cupcake Sep 28, 2019

    h.pednekar , Sep 28, 2019 :
    Android 10 OB2

    Heating issues while normal use like Instagram, Facebook, Outlook basic apps

    Battery draining faster than earlier with similar amount of use
     

  6. itsumo_hitori
    Froyo Sep 28, 2019

    itsumo_hitori , Sep 28, 2019 :
    Hey Guys. Im using accubattery pro and it says my batttery's healt is 91%. its just a few month old. says 3600mah max capacity. is it normal? isnot this kind of battery issue in the warranty? can i open any warranty case for repair? btw my old phone xiaomi mi8 after a year use still at 100% healt . :/ im a bit disappointed in oneplus.
     

  7. rahulnigam95
    Froyo Sep 28, 2019

    rahulnigam95 , via OnePlus 7 Pro , Sep 28, 2019 :
    After the Android 10 update I can see that the battery consumption increased a lot (based on my normal usage before and after Android 10 update). Is this many people are facing?
     

  8. Y1561911217179
    Froyo Sep 28, 2019

    Y1561911217179 , Sep 28, 2019 :
    highly disappointed ..even after spending 50k plus on one plus 7 pro..one plus unable to provide us macro mode ,portrait mode in video and 960 superslomo ..which all present in low price newly introduced mob i.e one plus 7 T...just in a span if 3 months they have made one plus 7 pro an older version phone. they r itself killing their flagship mobile...diaappointtteeeddd
     

  9. KamalJat808
    Eclair Sep 29, 2019


  10. Reuel Cardozo
    Cupcake Oct 1, 2019

    Reuel Cardozo , Oct 1, 2019 :
    yes , my new 7 pro died within 12 hours with just 5 hours of on screen. I didn't even game on it , just basic social media and YouTube .
     

  11. spot01
    Jelly Bean Oct 1, 2019


  12. G_Deep_Kumar_Das_Xmbr
    Cupcake Oct 2, 2019

    G_Deep_Kumar_Das_Xmbr , Oct 2, 2019 :
    because of its big screen it's total screen on time is 5 hrs
     

  13. Reuel Cardozo
    Cupcake Oct 2, 2019

    Reuel Cardozo , Oct 2, 2019 :
    check this out , this is the state of the phone . It's not even 5 hrs in this case , Ant suggestions ?
    1569983810585.jpg
     

  14. Reuel Cardozo
    Cupcake Oct 2, 2019

    Reuel Cardozo , Oct 2, 2019 :
    bro , Do you keep , location, Bluetooth,WiFi and other things on ?
     

  15. spot01
    Jelly Bean Oct 2, 2019

    spot01 , Oct 2, 2019 :
    Only thing I leave off is Bluetooth
     

  16. Pioivan_Cardillo_Cupo_
    Cupcake Oct 2, 2019


  17. Underouroath
    Cupcake Oct 2, 2019


  18. flexier
    Froyo Oct 2, 2019

    flexier , Oct 2, 2019 :
    What exactly are you expecting in a macro mode more than what the Pro mode gives you. You get a focus at a distance of about 6-8 cm (same applies to the Standard mode. How close you want to take the phone? Besides there are physical limits of the built in lenses. You would need a special macro lens to get any closer!
     

  19. flexier
    Froyo Oct 2, 2019

    flexier , Oct 2, 2019 :
    In addition to my previous reply...

    REAL 960fps super slow motion requires special hardware...

    "A native 960fps slow motion mode requires hardware to go with it, namely a camera sensor with embedded DRAM. By attaching super-fast memory to the camera sensor, the phone is able to save all the frames generated by the 960fps mode. Traditional smartphone storage (e.g. UFS 2.1 and eMMC) simply isn’t able to keep up with the sheer number of frames being produced in this mode, making the embedded DRAM an integral part of the process.

    What if your phone isn’t using a camera sensor with embedded DRAM? After all, these sensors are in the minority. Then manufacturers generally use software processing/interpolation to deliver 960fps super slow motion, adding duplicate frames to a lower frame-rate video in order to give the impression that it’s a smoother, 960fps clip.

    The finished product will technically be running at 960fps, but half or more of those frames are simply copies rather than being unique, like in a real 960fps video. It’s akin to motion smoothing modes seen on today’s TVs, duplicating frames to deliver 60fps content....

    ....however current crop of 48MP camera sensors don’t appear to offer native 960fps capabilities at all."

    https://www.androidauthority.com/real-960fps-super-slow-motion-999639/

    So there is very likely no 960fps hardware support in the OnePlus 7 Pro. And a software solution is basically a gimmick.

    Having said this, 1080p at 240 fps and 720p at 480 fps isn't too bad. If you want to go into slow motion video, get a proper camera.
     

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  20. Y1561911217179
    Froyo Oct 2, 2019

    Y1561911217179 , Oct 2, 2019 :
    sir i dont wana argue with u. as u have all answers like why u need super close pictures or buy proper camera for pictures...
    if all consumers listen things like this from respective mobile companies . then i think nokia 3310 like phones would again come in the market and the need of smartphones would not arise.... thanks for informational reply..
     

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