Average Camera Experience
Every year OnePlus releases a very compelling phone that's lacking in a few areas, which helps keep the price down. That's usually the screen and the cameras.
This year the screen is the best on the market, and they added triple cameras to the back. A no-compromises OnePlus phone. That said, we're still not 100% sold on the camera.
You're getting a main 48 Megapixel camera with a fast f/1.6 aperture, a secondary telephoto zoom, and a third wide-angle lens. A similar setup is on the Galaxy S10, phones from Huawei, and likely on the upcoming iPhone 11.
And while early reviews on positive so far, we're hesitant to say anything further until we get one to try ourselves. I guess this is a reason to WAIT before buying the OnePlus 7 Pro, and not necessarily a reason to not buy the phone. If the camera is important to you the Pixel 4 is almost here. Additionally, the OnePlus 7 Pro still takes great photos, especially for Facebook and social networks, but just know that other devices will likely offer a better camera experience.
This isn't a knock on OnePlus, it's just an area to consider.