Without a doubt, the OnePlus 7 Pro has one of the most impressive designs of any OnePlus phone to-date. The pop-up front camera, sleek glass back, and nearly bezel-less display all come together to create something special. On top of that, the three available colors do even more to help the phone stand out. Here's a closer look at all of the colors for the OnePlus 7 Pro!
Hands down, this is our favorite color for the OnePlus 7 Pro. Nebula Blue is striking from every angle you look at it, and depending on how the light hits it, the colors shift and change to create for some truly stunning sights. Even better is the fact that this is a base color for the OnePlus 7 Pro and not a limited edition one.
The simple choice
If you prefer something not so flashy, you'll want to get the OnePlus 7 Pro in Mirror Gray. While not nearly as eye-catching as Nebula Blue or Almond, Mirror Gray is a good, basic color that gets the job done. It doesn't look bad — it just doesn't do anything to be particularly noteworthy.
Last but not least, we have Almond. While any other company would probably just call this gold, we do like how different Almond looks from Nebula Blue and Mirror Gray. If you want to get this color for yourself, keep in mind that it's only available in the 8GB RAM + 256GB storage configuration.
Nebula Blue is our color of choice
If you plan on buying the OnePlus 7 Pro, our go-to color recommendation is Nebula Blue.
We didn't think OnePlus would be able to outdo itself after last year's Thuder Purple colorway for the OnePlus 6T, but somehow it managed to do just that with Nebula Blue. It's such a different shade than we're used to from OnePlus's typical preference of red, and not only that, it just looks insanely good.
Making Nebula Blue even better is how readily available it is. This isn't a limited edition color. It's one that OnePlus is offering for the OnePlus 7 Pro right from the start and should stick around as long as the phone is being sold.
Nebula Blue OnePlus 7 Pro (From $699 at OnePlus)
Striking from every angle you look at it, Nebula Blue's colors shift and change in different angles and lighting environments to create for some truly stunning sights.
Get Mirror Gray if you want a sleek, subdued phone
On the flip side of things, we have Mirror Gray. Mirror Gray is the second base color that's available from day one, and as you can clearly see, it's a lot less intense compared to Nebula Blue.
Mirror Gray looks more like black if you ask me, but that simply works out to the benefit of people that prefer their phones to be as stealthy as can be. It may not be eye-catching, but it's classy, neutral, and looks good with just about everything.
Mirror Gray OnePlus 7 Pro (From $669 at OnePlus)
Understated and inobtrusive, Mirror Gray blends in with any environment, wardrobe, or case, giving you a OnePlus 7 Pro that goes with just about anything you could use it or wear it with.
And then there's Almond for all you gold fans
The third color available for the OnePlus 7 Pro is Almond.
Almond is really just OnePlus's way of saying "gold", but unique naming aside, this is a really good-looking color. It has a much different design compared to Nebula Blue and stands out in a way that Mirror Gray does not.
OnePlus officially launched its Almond color in the U.S. and Canada on June 11, and if you're interested in picking it up for yourself, it's only available in the $699 configuration that comes with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage.
Almond OnePlus 7 Pro (From $699 at OnePlus)
Sitting between the subdued Mirror Gray and the loud and proud Nebula Blue, Almond is a sleek color for the OnePlus 7 Pro that's visually interesting without going overboard.
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