Get to Know Auto Drop Detection on OnePlus 7 Pro
The latest and greatest smartphone from OnePlus is finally here, the OnePlus 7 Pro. This device houses a powerful 4000 mAh battery and a smart pop-up camera in a wonderful 6.67 inch body within a fully immersive AMOLED QHD+ display. This is actually the first time when OnePlus created an edge-to-edge display by embedding the camera lens in a mechanism that pops up at the top of the 7 Pro.
And the device went on sale May 17, so we already know it so well. This might be the most expensive handset the company has ever made, starting at $120 more than the OnePlus 6T’s debut price, but trust me when I say that you won’t regret buying it.
Yes, while it’s not as cheap as the Pixel 3a or Pixel 3a XL, it delivers so much more than such handsets that it feels like a bargain.
And let’s not leave aside the fact that the OnePlus 7 Pro is, quite simply, gorgeous. So, it somehow combines the best parts of Huawei and Samsung’s design touches in a flagship device that costs a third less than those companies’ latest devices. What more could you ask for? Just take good care of it.
A feature specially made for you: Auto Drop Detection
Well, I know that one of the most distinguishing features on the new OnePlus 7 Pro smartphone is its pop-up selfie camera that extends out from the top edge of the phone when you want to take a selfie.
It eliminates the need for the phone to have an iPhone-style notch, or the Samsung-style selfie camera cutout. This leads to one thing only: the OnePlus 7 Pro lets the Android operating system and your apps breathe a little easier on the screen. But, I know what you are thinking of. Isn’t this extending camera going to break if you drop it?
OnePlus thought of that as well, and gave the OnePlus 7 Pro awareness of when it’s experiencing a drop. So, if you tend to be clumsy and your phone often keeps dropping, this is the feature specially made for you: Auto Drop Detection.
When the front camera is out and you drop the phone, it automatically detects that it’s falling and the camera goes inside before it hits the ground. Even if it sounds like a great feature, I’d strongly advice you to stay away from experimenting it.
And remember that a case might also let the OnePlus 7 Pro’s pop-up selfie camera survive a drop around the selfie camera’s enclosure.