OnePlus makes HDR10+ for the 7 Pro official
OnePlus' chief executive officer (CEO), Pete Lau, recently made headlines with his announcement that the upcoming 7 Pro device would support UFS 3.0. The only other phone known to be in line for this new, enhanced form of data storage is the Samsung Galaxy Fold. Therefore, it seems the unexpected issues with the foldable phone has worked to Lau's company's advantage.
However, the CEO has made another exciting detail of the 7 Pro known before its release. Its display will be HDR10+ certified. This cutting-edge standard is also a selling-point of the Galaxy S10 series. It may offer "a more dynamic, detailed and vivid viewing experience" compared to older screens.
Unlike the UFS spec, it appears that this new display quality standard is coming to the 7 Pro (and probably the 5G variant), but not the base 7 model. This official reveal may also explain why the 7 Pro is now known to have attained an A+ rating from DisplayMate already.
In other 7 Pro news, Winfuture's Roland Quandt claims to have gotten hold of images showing this phone's color options, as he did prior to the launch of the Huawei P30 series. These pictures show the Almond and Mirror Gray options clearly and from various angles, as well as the Nebula Blue with which we may have all become a little more familiar.
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