After hitting markets around the world, the OnePlus 7 Pro finally made its way to China for pre-orders via online retailer JD.com and local fans did not waste their time. Just several minutes after the pre-orders began, the phone went out of stock. There were reportedly more than a million registrations, meaning some fans were left empty-handed.
OnePlus 7 Pro sales in China will begin on May 23 in three configurations. The base 6/128GB model will start at CNY 3,999 ($579), the 8/256GB one will go for CNY 4,499 ($652) while the top of the line model with 12GB RAM and 512GB storage will set buyers back CNY 4,999 ($724).
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Man even S10 Plus lags. Tried it myself.
I agree. I'm on a Oneplus One for 4.5 years now and it's still blazing fast.. apps loads as quick as current flagships except heavy ones
I have evidence of a guy who has a Galaxy S7 edge since launch and is still running fast and i even tried using a Galaxy S6 active last year and it ran blazing fast. So maybe you only used low end Samsung phones and that's why you are saying that.