OnePlus 7 Pro to Feature HDR10+ Certified Display, UFS 3.0 Flash Storage
OnePlus has confirmed that the coming OnePlus 7 Pro Android smartphone will be having HDR10+ display along with UFS 3.0 Flash Storage. Upcoming OnePlus 7 Pro will be having certified HDR10+ display on their flagship which will be having more dynamic display along with detail. In Twitter, Pete Lau stated that OnePlus 7 Pro will be having UFS 3.0 Storage. UFS 3.0 Storage will be a better upgrade to the predecessor compared to any other flagship smartphones available in the market. OnePlus is going to release their upcoming OnePlus 7 Pro on 14th May 2019 and it will be releasing their all-new device OnePlus 7.
HDR10+ is available in the most recent smart TV’s, as it provides frame by frame adjustments with HDR content. HDR10 creates up to 3,000 nits peak brightness, where is HDR10+ creates 4,000 nits peak brightness. Although Samsung Galaxy S10 and Samsung Galaxy S10+ are also having HDR10+ display.
OnePlus also bringing 90Hz refresh rate on display and QHD+ display on upcoming flagship devices. UFS 3.0 provides the double performance of your storage from 11.6Gbps to 23.2 Gbps, as most of the recent devices are using UFS 2.1 OnePlus 7 Pro will be the first flagship device to sport UFS 3.0 Storage.
The device will also be having 2.5V VCC power supply which will be one of the lowest power consumption Technology which is also having all latest NAND Technology. Samsung Galaxy Fold was going to be the first flagship device with UFS 3.0 storage, but it got delayed due to some hardware issues. OnePlus 7 Pro is rumored to have a triple rear camera set up along with pop up selfie camera. The expected price of the OnePlus 7 Pro Android smartphone is going to be ₹49,999. The device will be having 256 GB of internal storage combined with 12GB of RAM.