OnePlus is running an ad in the New York Times newspaper, promoting its upcoming OnePlus 7 Pro. It teases a phone with No bells & whistles, no bezel, no notch, no app lag, no bloatware, no $2,000 price tag and oddly, no random music.
The ad also features a blueprint of a phone that more or less confirms a few of its key selling points - the new triple camera, the new pop-up selfie camera, the in-display fingerprint scanner and a heat pipe for heat dispersion.
Yes Virginia, if it's in The New York Times, it's got to be true. Welcome to the world, One Plus! pic.twitter.com/leKjS801dN— Dave nyc (@david_nyc) April 29, 2019
OnePlus will also market the 7 Pro as "the best phone you've never heard of", based on the Reader's Choice Winner for phone satisfaction, in which OnePlus has received a higher rating of overall satisfaction than Google, Samsung or Apple.
OnePlus tweeted the front of the ad, which teases the OnePlus 7 Pro as "just a better phone."
Now that we're little over two weeks away from the May 14 unveiling of the OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro we expect to see even more teasers of the pair. Last week Display Mate gave the OnePlus 7 Pro's display its highest score and we got our first glimpse at the phone's new 3x zoom camera.
No OIS No Jack No card slot No IP Rating No never settle And there will be T model coming soon so No OppoVivo7pro
I figured out that the "no random music" refers to the infamous U2 album stunt Apple decided to pull back in 2014.