Here’s how you can download the amazing wallpapers of OnePlus 7 Pro

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The flagship killer maker — OnePlus has just unveiled two of its magnificent product as part of its early 2019 launch — OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro. Though the familiar-looking OnePlus 7 with teardrop notch and 48 MP rear camera which will be available later this year in selected markets, provides value for the money, the main focus of company this year is on all-new OnePlus 7 Pro with pop-up camera and huge screen, going live this week everywhere.

While we expect the early launch of this phone in emerging markets, it’s likely that OnePlus won’t initiate pre-orders at-least before May 17th to get our hands on the OnePlus 7 Pro. How about we spent this time in the collection of OnePlus 7 Pro’s official wallpapers for our own phones.

The most pro-active site for doing all the research work on smartphones, XDA-Developers have ingeniously dug out all of the wallpapers that OnePlus 7 Pro users will be able to look forward to later this month. The company has unleashed a total of twelve new wallpapers to choose from.

Moreover, OnePlus is also boosting their partnership with Fnatic by including a few new wallpapers featuring the team’s logo in varying designs and formats that gamers should appreciate. Similarly, among the OnePlus 7 Pro wallpapers, you’ll see plenty in the usual abstract style seen on previous OnePlus phones.

Apart from these conventional wallpapers, there is also the potential to use the phone’s live wallpapers, which XDA has provided as an APK (which may or may not install on your device). In case you are not able to install the APK file, the live wallpapers are also available as video files, which some third-party apps can turn into proper live wallpaper.

You can check out these wallpapers and download them in full resolution from XDA or mirrored on Google Drive.

Written by Sajeel Syed
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