OnePlus Ace 2 Pro to Come With an Optimized Fingerprint Sensor

OnePlus Ace 2 Pro

OnePlus Ace 2 Pro is set to debut on Aug 16 in China. The company has revealed many specs of the phone through official announcements. Among them, one of the key highlights is that the phone will feature a BOE-manufactured Q9+ panel. This panel offers high overall resolution and a smoother refresh rate.

What’s more important is that the display lets you use the phone even when your fingers are wet. But what’s the point of such a great display when the in-display fingerprint is unreliable? Well, OnePlus Ace 2 Pro has taken that into consideration. The phone is geared to offer the best possible in-display fingerprint experience.

OnePlus Ace 2 Pro Comes with A Redefined Fingerprint Sensor Placement

According to the latest announcement, the OnePlus Ace 2 Pro will pack an ultra-thin optical screen fingerprint sensor. It promises to deliver a flagship-grade unlocking experience. In addition to that, the phone’s fingerprint sensor is placed 2cm higher than previous OnePlus phones.

Ace 2 Pro fingerprint sensor

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But what will the 2cm higher placement of the in-display fingerprint sensor do? According to the President of OnePlus, Li Jie, the 2cm has increased the production cost. However, it enhances the phone unlocking experience by ensuring better reach.

Through this, OnePlus continues demonstrating the brand’s commitment to offering highly innovative products to the market. Other confirmed specs of the OnePlus Ace 2 Pro include an OLED 1.5K display with 120Hz refresh rate, Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC, 150W fast charging, and a 5000mAh battery.

Ace 2 Pro colors

The Ace 2 Pro will also come with up to 1TB of UFS 4.0 storage and 24GB of LPDDR5x RAM. It will run on ColorOS 13.1, which is based on Android 13. Also, the phone should receive Android 14 update pretty soon. Overall, the phone’s specs look pretty good, and it should excel in offering a redefined flagship-phone experience.

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