OnePlus 7 Pro is no more under the covers as the teasers coming straight from the company’s CEO have disclosed the specs and now it seems as if the centerpiece feature of the phone will be its screen. Pete Lau declared in the most recent reveal that in addition to the 90Hz refresh rate and the QHD+ resolution, the screen is also going to comply to the standard of HDR10+.
Just a few smartphones in the market are able to fulfill the standards of HDR10+ and this is rather a great choice. I will give you an example here, the normal HDR10 standard completes at 1,000 nits of spot brightness on the other hand, the HDR10+ tops up at 4,000 nits.
The CEO further said that for a much faster overall performance, UFS 3.0 flash storage standard is supposed to be offered for the OnePlus 7 Pro. This will be the first smartphone to offer UFS 3.0, in view of the fact that at the time of launching of OnePlus 7-series, Galaxy Fold will not be out.
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