OnePlus 7 Pro will have HDR10+ certified display and UFS 3.0 storage

OnePlus 7 Pro Colours - Feature Image

OnePlus is going all in with its new flagship smartphone, especially the Pro model. So far we knew that OnePlus 7 Pro will have a 90Hz display and is already A+ rated by DisplayMate. Now there are some more details surfaced, confirmed by OnePlus executives. 

Also read: OnePlus 7 Pro prices could start at Rs 49,999 as per new leak

OnePlus 7 Pro Display Features

Starting with HDR10+ support, which was first shared to Android Central by OnePlus officials. This is an open HDR standard and handsets like Galaxy S10 series supports it. While OnePlus didn’t go on to explain about how HDR10+ will affect the viewing experience. But Samsung does have an explanation for this technology. 

The Korean manufacturer probably the provider of the OnePlus 7 display panel quotes, “The plus of HDR10+ is pretty simple; this format provides the ability to provide dynamic metadata for every individual frame of the video file. HDR10 provides the data — but only at the very start, so the whole file will display with the same values. You’ll see HDR10+ as an improvement where very dark scenes and very light scenes are balanced to the individual frame, rather than as a whole”.

The Plus seems to make quite a difference, as HDR10 offers 1000 nits, while the HDR10+ could offer up to 4000 nits display. Add 90Hz refresh rate and A+ rating from DisplayMate. There must be something OnePlus is on to here with the display tech on its upcoming OnePlus 7 Pro. 

The 7 Pro is also said to offer QHD+ resolution display. It is said to be a curved panel. The company is believed to offer an automatic switching between full HD+ and QHD+ resolution. It will probably all part of battery saving technique. Not much has been shared further by OnePlus. 

Also read: OnePlus 7 Pro camera specifications leaked ahead of the official launch

OnePlus 7 Pro Storage

Further, a tweet by Pete Lau revealed that OnePlus 7 pro will have the UFS 3.0 storage, which is believed to be the fastest storage option available in the market. It could beat Samsung Galaxy Fold to offer this storage type support.

What do you guys think of the OnePlus 7 Pro launch in India? Would you be willing to go for it once launched? Let us know in the comment section below. 

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