The construction of the OnePlus 7 and Oneplus7 pro has started. The next smartphone for the company is ruling search rankings in India and around the world. But let’s look at what the leaks really mean to us consumers.
This time, there are two phones.
OnePlus has apparently finally been taught following the OnePlus Series 3, 5 and 6. Often the company took flak to launch the 3 T, 5 T, and 6 T models shortly thereafter. This year, OnePlus CEO Pete Lau confirmed to The Verge that the OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro are to be launched.
An innovative panel display.
Lau said the display of OnePlus 7 Pro would “redefine quickly and smoothly.”In his conversation and an earlier tweet with The Verge.
Although Lau would not confirm the same, it is probably that Asus, Razer, and other people are playing a page. The new screen will probably have higher refresh rates (90Hz and above), making it theoretically easier for UI animations, games, etc.
Refresh rate refers to the number of frames that can be displayed per second. 120Hz, therefore, means 120 frames per second. Gaming usually requires fast refresh rates, which is why gaming phones have such displays.
This would correspond to some of the claims of OnePlus on older devices too. The company has so far known 1080p displays and argued that higher frame rates can be achieved while playing games. As the 7 Pro is also expected to reach a 2 K resolution, the higher frame rates can split the difference between OnePlus.
In other words, not many regular users will notice the difference between a 60Hz display and a 90/120Hz display. Moreover, today’s telephones (games or otherwise) have very small content that can benefit from such high frame rates.
It should also be noted that higher frame rates mean more consumption of resources. Given the software prowess of OnePlus, the company could only expect high frame rates if needed to be pumped from the display.
Will this phone support 5G?
Next one of the first phones to support 5 G connectivity is supposed to be OnePlus 5G. Naturally, this is not so much about OnePlus and more about Qualcomm. The Snapdragon 855 chipset flagship of the company supports 5 G data connectivity.
While that doesn’t really matter right now to consumers, it makes the OnePlus 7 future-proof when telcos actually offer 5G.
Most costly Oneplus phone ever!
The display is one of the smartphone’s most costly components. Lau said that the company spends the new smoother display 3 times more, so it’s no surprise that the OnePlus 7 Pro is costly.
OnePlus hit the Rs. 40,000 mark on its own last year, though. So, wasn’t anyone expecting them to charge more this year?
It is also expected that the OnePlus 7 series will have a pop-up camera, which is not surprising given that both Oppo and Vivo have done the same thing. All three companies fall under the stable of BBK Electronics and were often seen to offer similar features one after the other.
Interestingly, if this time OnePlus will finally bring waterproofing and wireless charging to your phone(s). The company has skipped these features, arguing that isolation is too onerous and that the wireless charge at this time is too slow to offer the same.
A pricing tag over Rs. 40,000, if not unchecked, should ideally mean no spectra to a company that boasts the “best” flagships there. OnePlus 7 Pro will be launched globally on 14 May and while India has not yet been launched, the country is likely to have to wait longer than this either.
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