Published: Tue, April 30, 2019
Tech | By Anita Cain

OnePlus 7 Pro's OLED aces DisplayMate tests

OnePlus 7 Pro's OLED aces DisplayMate tests

The phone has been leaked to death and not many details of the new OnePlus device are left to the imagination. The global smartphone market is shrinking as consumers keep waiting for that next game-changing feature.

The video has been put up at the OnePlus Playback platform, which promotes independent music artists, and in that video the OnePlus 7 has seemingly made its first full-fledged appearance showcasing a no-notch design with full-screen display, and dual-rear camera setup in mirror finish black color.

The ad is in two parts that shows an x-ray vision of the OnePlus 7 Pro, as well as an exploded-style image. Everyone saw that coming as Oppo F11 Pro and Vivo V15 Pro had already opted for the pop-up selfie cameras. These can also accumulate dirt particles over a period of time and the mechanism can completely fail. Its phones are widely-beloved by enthusiasts and reviewers for their high-end specifications and low pricing. The OnePlus 7 is expected to be offered in 2 variants - 6GB RAM + 128GB internal storage and 8GB RAM + 256GB onboard space. Fuelling the device will reportedly be a 4,000 mAh battery, with a WARP charger at 30W. Separately, an image allegedly showcasing the triple rear cameras of the OnePlus 7 Pro has surfaced online. But, would more megapixel let you take better pictures.

3x optical gives the OnePlus 7 Pro that slight advantage over its predecessor in shooting objects at a distance, and the initial snaps suggest its shaping up well (one such 3x zoom example can be seen above). But it gets amusing when you look at the back, because the model with a dual camera resembles the OnePlus 6T. The next version of Android OS, Android Q, is expected to bring several new updates to the gesture navigation, 3D touch, permissions and more which will only arrive with OnePlus 7T. Using professional instruments and mathematical analysis to gauge performance, DisplayMate has now added an A+ display rating to the OnePlus 7 Pro. The phone does not feature waterdrop-styled notch that was reportedly speculated to be seen on the new OnePlus 7.

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