Most phones have a 60Hz refresh rate, where the screen refreshes 60 times every second. But the latest rumor claims that this will be the companys first QHD screen.
Razer uses a custom display controller to dynamically adjust the refresh rate, and it's likely OnePlus will take a similar approach with the OnePlus 7 Pro.
Over the last few weeks, there have been leaks and rumours regarding OnePlus' next smartphone the OnePlus 7. After seeing the supposed OnePlus 7 with a pop-up camera in several leaks, another phone bearing that name has surfaced. In terms of camera, the back will carry three cameras of 48 MP, 20 MP and 5 MP, where the 48 MP camera can support Optical Image Stabilization and Auto Focus while the 5 MP camera is a depth sensor. In the case of OnePlus 7 Pro models, the RAM configuration could reach as high as 12GB, and the display will be curved on the sides to further enhance the viewing experience.
While OnePlus itself has kept a tight lip on features, a leaker has spilled more details on the upcoming OnePlus 7 Pro. This will be the highest resolution on a OnePlus device. It will also be equipped with Snapdragon 855, 8GB of RAM and storage of 128GB and up. The Pro will also feature USB 3.1, a large 4,000 mAh battery, 30W Warp Charge, stereo speakers, and a better vibration motor. The phone would run Android 9 Pie-based Oxygen OS. Yesterday, new CAD renders showed off the standard variant of the OnePlus 7, meaning that we had seen previously was the OnePlus 7 Pro variant. All three are expected to be announced on May 14, though the availability dates, especially for the 5G phone, may come later. The 4G variant, on the other hand, could start at either $699 or $749, although these prices are purely speculation at this point. OnePlus is yet to confirm that information in an official post. Opposed to the previous leaks, these renders show a dual rear camera setup on the OnePlus 7.