The OnePlus 7 Pro was launched alongside the standard OP7 smartphone, with an extra £150 slapped on the UK asking price. So what upgrades do you get with this Pro model, compared with the vanilla version? Here's a run through the five major differences, from camera to gaming smarts, so you know which is best for you. First up, the OnePlus 7 Pro sports a more premium design and a choice of colours/finishes. Not only that, it’s also the bigger of the two OP7 blowers. However, they are at least both water resistant (albeit without an IP rating). That 6.67-inch AMOLED screen on the more premium model boasts HDR10+ support, 90Hz refresh rate and a crisper QHD+ resolution too. The standard OnePlus 7 does away with the wide-angle and telephoto camera lenses, replacing them with a depth sensor. However, the primary shooter remains the same, so photo and video quality is still solid. Upgrade to the Pro and you can get more RAM stuffed inside, plus liquid cooling and a bigger battery as well. However, both OP7 handsets are great for gaming with the likes of PubG Mobile. Thanks for watching this OnePlus 7 vs Pro comparison and please subscribe for more on the latest tech!