OnePlus 7 Pro has a Samsung Galaxy S10-rivaling display
OnePlus is going to unveil its OnePlus 7 series of phones on May 14, but the top-end version is already making waves.
DisplayMate has awarded the OnePlus 7 Pro an A+ display rating in its lab tests, making the upcoming phone's screen one of the best in the market. Even though the full shootout of the OnePlus 7 Pro won't be up until May 14, we now have some idea that the panel used by OnePlus will be more premium than previous devices from the firm.
That matches rumors which have suggested the OnePlus 7 Pro screen will boast a QHD resolution - which would be the first time the company has offered a panel above Full HD.
The rating means the OnePlus 7 Pro joins the ranks alongside phones such as the Samsung Galaxy S10, iPhone XS Max and Google Pixel 3 XL which also earned an A+ rating from DisplayMate
DisplayMate Test Lab tests various displays with professional instruments and mathematical analysis for performance and comparisons with other products.
up of now, OnePlus has only revealed that the phone offers better color accuracy, brightness, contrast and pixel density which in turn results in a sharper and enhanced viewing experience. In addition, OnePlus 7 Pro is also certified by VDE Testing and Certification Institute for its ability to filter blue light and will carry the Safety for Eyes certification at the time of launch.
We still don't know the kind of display panel OnePlus 7 Pro has but according to some hints by the company and previous leaks, it features a 6.7-inch QHD+ (3120 x 1440 pixels) resolution display with the 90Hz refresh rate.
The higher refresh rate allows a smooth touch experience and can be helpful in games as well. Additionally, the panel is rumored to be OLED and will be curved towards the edges.
Recently, OnePlus also revealed that the OnePlus 7 Pro has three cameras on the back confirming earlier speculations. We'll know more details as the launch date nears.