OnePlus 7 Pro confirmed by the company’s CEO

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According to earlier rumors, it has been suggested that OnePlus could be deviating from their usual launch of one flagship smartphone in the first half of the year. Instead, the company has been rumored to have at least one more model in the works in the form of the OnePlus 7 Pro which could sport a triple camera setup on its back.

It turns out that the rumors were true, according to a recent report from The Verge in which OnePlus CEO Pete Lau has effectively confirmed that the company will be launching at least two models of its flagship smartphone this year. Details of the handset were not revealed in full, but rather Lau spoke more about the display on the device.

According to Lau, he claimed that OnePlus had spent three times as much on its display this year compared to earlier models, and that he hopes that it will “redefine fast and smooth” as far as displays are concerned. It was previously rumored that the handset could feature a display with 90Hz refresh rate, which while not as fast compared to handsets like the Razer Phone 2, still puts it above most of the competition.

We should point out that the 90Hz display will only be for the Pro model and not for the regular OnePlus 7, so you might have to shell out a bit more cash if you want that smooth display. Lau still has yet to confirm the handset’s launch date, but last we heard, it will most likely be making an appearance on the 14th of May, 2019.

Source: The Verge

Tyler Lee
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