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Announcing the OnePlus 7 Pro’s Fnatic Mode

You saw the cryptic videos of our League of Legends players being tested in a lab and we can now reveal the historic announcement that we have been working on. We are delighted to reveal the exciting Fnatic Mode feature which will ship on every OnePlus 7 Pro smartphone.

Enabling Fnatic mode will sacrifice some features on the rest of your device, by heavily focusing the phone into a gaming device.

The three main ways we’ve done this are:

  • Aggressive CPU Focus, with almost all available resources being concentrated into the game, which dedicates all cpu cores to gameplay to maximise your FPS.
  • Lowest-latency game play, we can’t give you good internet but we can minimize interference from other apps by blocking their network access, therefore reducing lag.
  • No body wants to be disturbed on their way to a chicken dinner.

    With our new
    Advanced DND feature, we’re radically blocking absolutely all calls and notifications. Turning your phone into a gaming machine in the purest sense.


Fnatic has worked together with OnePlus since Paris Games Week 2017 and smartphone manufacturers became one of our global partners in back in January this year. We have been working hard with OnePlus to create the ultimate mobile gaming device that will take your Fortnite and PUBG games to the next level.

The OnePlus 7 Pro has spectacular specs to compliment this mode :
- Snapdragon 855 CPU
- Adreno 640 GPU,
- 6GB, 8GB or 12GB of RAM
- 128GB or 256GB of internal storage
- 6.67-inch fluid AMOLED touch screen with a 90Hz display
- Dual Dolby Atmos speakers and a liquid cooling system

Fnatic founder Sam Mathews appeared on stage at the OnePlus 7 Series Launch Event in Bangalore to unveil the new Fnatic mode and spoke about our ambition to continue innovating.


“When I started Fnatic 15 years ago, we really drove esports forward. Since day one, we believed the growth of esports was inevitable. Internet speeds were going to get faster, games were going to get better and, ultimately, the evolution of devices were going to allow you to play video games anywhere, at any time.

“That’s why the partnership with OnePlus was such an incredible pleasure of ours, because for the first time ever we can work with OnePlus to help drive innovation in the faster growing area of esports: mobile phones.”

Mathews also revealed that Fnatic will be joining the esports scene in India some time in the near future so keep your eyes peeled for another exciting announcement!