May 14th is the date, and for the first time, Oneplus will be launching more than one device – the standard Oneplus 7 and the Oneplus 7 Pro at the same event in what is seen as a direct swipe at the top tier phone makers like Samsung, Huawei and the rest. Understandably, the OnePlus 7 Pro has been getting all the attention and hypes it deserves, and earlier last month, Oneplus CEO reacting to rumors of the Oneplus7 pro featuring a Quad HD+ Super AMOLED display with a high refresh rate of 90Hz revealed that the device will get a significant display upgrade with a display that is “super-smooth and very crisp” without delving into details.
Now, we do know some more details about the device’s display. Adding to the list of official confirmed details about the Oneplus7 Pro, the firm in a fresh teaser package sent to tech journalists has alluded to rumors that the Oneplus 7 pro will get a display with a 90Hz refresh rate, while it is confirmed to feature a screen fitted with a large 6.67-inch display measured diagonally. The firm confirms the display will stretch through the front of the device unhampered by any notch or whatsoever.
The firm recently in an official post on the OnePlus forum, the company announced that the OnePlus 7 series will get the Android Q developer preview out of the box, with the warning that Android Q beta builds are for developers and folks who are experienced with testing beta builds, and not for amateurs to fiddle with.
The Chinese firm in separate social media teasers has in the past confirmed that the Oneplus 7 Pro will won’t have an IP rating, will have a better vibration motor than the OnePlus 6T, while it will be offered for sale on T-Mobile in the U.S. and through Three in the U.K. Also, the OnePlus 7 Pro model is going to arrive with support for HDR10+ with UFS3.0 storage on board, and that means it’ll just be overall faster than comparable smartphones.