OnePlus 7 Pro is the most expensive smartphone that has been spawned by OnePlus is an indisputable fact. As we know, OnePlus was previously known as a company which is predicted to be the flagship killer brand and now only makes the flagship killer.
However, how much profit can OnePlus steal from the sale of one of the flagship killer units it develops? Or rather, what is the price of components that OnePlus immerses into one of its flagship killer units, such as OnePlus 7 Pro?
Related to that, Gizchina has the answer. Based on the leaked cost sheet for all the components embedded in the OnePlus 7 Pro, the total cost of the latest flagship killer unit is US $ 324.21 or around Rp.4.5 million .
For comparison, Samsung’s Galaxy S10 + has a total cost of US $ 420. Noted, the cost of the largest component available on the OnePlus 7 Pro is a curved AMOLED screen purchased through Samsung, which costs US $ 80 or around Rp1.1 million per unit.
Related to the screen components used, this is in accordance with what was previously reported. Yes! Previously it was reported that OnePlus actually wanted to use the screen of the Galaxy S10 + with a punch-hole that was valued at US $ 86.50 or around Rp1.2 million.
Another key component is a processor that costs US $ 70 per piece. The other big expenses are three cameras worth US $ 27.29 or around Rp380 thousand, 6 GB LPDDR4X RAM worth US $ 26 or around Rp360 thousand and 128 GB internal storage worth US $ 20 or around Rp.280 thousand.
In short, OnePlus sells OnePlus 7 Pro RAM with 6 GB + 128 GB ROM for US $ 669 or around Rp. 9.3 million. This figure is double the cost of the immersed material. However, this is still reasonable when compared to the Galaxy S10 + which has a margin of US $ 580 per unit.
But it is not less interesting for you to know that the cost sheet does not include several other expenses, such as assembly. In addition, the fee sheet also has not recorded several phases that must be passed by the device before reaching the users.