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- OnePlus phone will support HDR10+ adaptive contrast, seen mostly on TVs
- OnePlus 7 Pro will offer UFS 3.0 sequential read and write speeds
- Galaxy Fold was launched with UFS 3.0, but it hasn’t reached markets yet
OnePlus 7 Pro has been confirmed to sport a HDR10+ display and include UFS 3.0 storage. OnePlus has announced that the flagship will be HDR10+ certified, providing users with a more dynamic and detailed display. CEO Pete Lau has separately revealed that the OnePlus 7 Pro will pack UFS 3.0 storage, enabling the phone to be faster than ‘comparable smartphones. The phone is set to launch globally on May 14, and it will be joined by the OnePlus 7. This will be the first time for the company when it unveils two new smartphones at the same time.
OnePlus on Monda announced that the OnePlus 7 Pro will feature HDR10+ display. Many recent TV sets come with HDR10+ support as it provides adaptive frame-by-frame adjustments for the optimum representation of contrast from the HDR source content. It manages to produce 4000 nits of peak brightness, a considerable increase from HDR10 that produces 3,000 nits peak brightness. Among the currently available phones, Samsung’s Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ support HDR10+ as well.
The upcoming OnePlus phone is also rumoured to come with 90Hz display refresh rate, and a QHD+ resolution. It has received an A+ top-grade from DisplayMate, and VDE has certified it safe for the eyes as well.
“HDR10+ is the future of not just television displays, but also smartphone displays as well. We hope that our newest device will set a new benchmark for the smartphone industry and open up a new world of visual fluidity for users.” OnePlus CEO Pete Lau said in a statement. “We’re glad we are leading the ranks in sharing quality technology with the world.