OnePlus 7 Pro will re-define smooth and fast, CEO of OnePlus. OnePlus 7 is one of 2019’s most anticipated phones and the latest round of rumours has made waiting harder. The OnePlus 7 will come in two variants to start with, the regular OnePlus 7 and the more expensive OnePlus 7 Pro.
A brand new display with 90Hz
Talking to The Verge about the upcoming OnePlus phones, OnePlus CEO Pete Lau said, “I was amazed the first time I saw it myself.” He said OnePlus had tripled its display budget and was expecting it to be displayed. He said their new flagships would “fastly and smoothly redefine.”
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OnePlus 7 Pro will re-define smooth and fast, CEO of OnePlus
The OnePlus 7 Pro is expected to pack a faster display of 90Hz compared to the latest rumours. While the 120Hz ProMotion panels found on the iPad Pros may not be as smooth, they are still faster than the traditional 60Hz panels. Expect smoother animation, games, and a more responsive user interface.
The battery life is negatively affected by faster displays. So, to save battery life, the phone could support variable refresh rates. When watching a 30fps video or static images, the idea is to tone down the refresh rate and boost it to places like games.
A 3x zoom camera and an ultra-wide camera setup
While the standard OnePlus 7 will house 2 cameras, 3 cameras will be on the back of the Pro model. The main camera will be a 48MP sensor with an f/1.8 aperture. For 117 degrees of field of view, the ultrawide camera will have a 16MP sensor behind an f/2.2 lens.
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Finally, the third camera will be a telephoto camera behind an f/2.4 lens with an 8MP sensor. It should be capable of producing 3x zoom and exclusively for the Pro model.
The rest of it
It will announce the OnePlus 7 on May 22. True to its pedigree, with up to 8 GB of RAM, it will house the latest Snapdragon 855 chipset. It will also feature a camera and stereo speakers pop-out selfies. Finally, the new OnePlus 7 will see a price hike continuing the trend of its predecessors, while the OnePlus 7 Pro will be priced to go toe with the flagship category pantheons.