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OnePlus 7 Pro: detail for leaking OLED screen with 90 Hz, fast charge of 30W and more



Update (17/04/19) – from VC

More information just came out Wednesday for OnePlus's flagship smartphone market 2019. After the details were announced for the future OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro by the famous leak Steve Hemmerstoffer by Twitter, now the most powerful variant is explained in detail in another leak.

The information was disclosed by Android Central in partnership with renowned purchaser Ishan Agarwal, explaining that OnePlus 7 Pro is expected to arrive with Quad HD + resolution, Super AMOLED technology and a 90 Hz refresh rate higher than the industry standard of 60 Hz.

In addition, the specs reveal further details that the smartphone comes on the market with USB 3.1 and reversible type-C connector, allowing the large 4000 mAh battery to support Warp Charge technology with a power of 30W, which allows the device to upgrade several hours .

The rumored information from Android Central further strengthens rumors that the Pro variant will come with three rear cameras – offering common lenses, wide angle lens and telephoto lens like the Galaxy S10 Plus – and stereo speakers.

More news about OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro should appear in the coming weeks. It is currently rumored that the Chinese manufacturer should present its new smartphones on May 14, but we will have to wait for an official statement from the company to be sure.

Update (17/04/19) – from GL


We were astounded yesterday when we saw the actual performances of the standard OnePlus 7, which shows that what we saw earlier is, in fact, OnePlus 7 Pro, his older brother. Thus, the rumors of the existence of another device have returned to the surface and with greater importance.

Now, new information from famous Steve H. McFly (@OnLeaks on Twitter) gives us more details about some technical features of smartphones, more precisely for their screen and cameras. Check out:

According to him, the standard OnePlus 7 will bring even a flat-screen display of 6.4 inches with a slice in a drop format. In the back part you will find only two photo sensors, one of which will have 48 megapixels.

In the case of OnePlus 7 Pro, we find a 6.64 inch curved display with an input front camera. Behind, three cameras, the main are 48 megapixels, the secondary will be telephoto, and the third will be an ultra-wide angle. Finally, it emphasizes the existence of a OnePlus 7 Pro 5G variant.

Original article (16/04/19)

OnePlus will soon introduce its new generation of smartphones, even in the first half. Rumors indicate the existence of at least two models, which are OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro.

A few months ago, we saw the first drafts of what was believed to be a standard model, but with the new images released today, we can see that they are in fact OnePlus 7 Pro.


OnePlus 7: The company's CEO promises to release news on the device this week


Android
April 16


The presumed OnePlus 7 Pro flows into images that display a curved screen, and some specify


Rumors
April 09

The images show a slightly less interesting device with just two rear cameras and a lid in a drop format. In this way we see that he remembers much of what we already know about OnePlus 6T and that the major changes must be internal, they include hardware enhancements, such as the exchange of Snapdragon 845 for the new and more powerful Snapdragon 855. It shows, including, similar to what we have already seen for the superiors OnePlus 6T 5G. Check out:

Assumptions – OnePlus 7

  • 6.5 "optical AMOLED Full HD display +
  • Screen without section with ratio 19.5: 9
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset
  • Kryo 485 eight-core processor up to 2.42 GHz
  • GPU Adreno 640
  • 6 GB and 8 GB of RAM
  • 128 GB and 256 GB internal storage
  • Front camera of 24MP
  • Triple Triple Camera
    • Main sensor of 24 MP
    • 12MP secondary sensor
  • 4.150 mAh battery

However, now we can only wait for more leaks to confirm all these updates. Some information is unclear, but may be official on May 14 and be estimated at 39,990 Indian rupees, or approximately 2,334 realized in direct conversion and without adding taxes.


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