The OnePlus 7 Pro's screen is the notchless panel that was promised
The OnePlus 7 Pro was revealed today (May 14, 2019), alongside its 5G variant and the standard 7 model. This phone conforms well to the leaks that accumulated in its wake right up to its scheduled release. It does indeed have a 6.67-inch HDR10+ screen - with a pixel density of 516 ppi. That's right, it's OnePlus' first 1440p phone.
The company has dubbed the DisplayMate-beating panel used to make the phone "Fluid AMOLED". This is probably due to its 90-hertz refresh rate: the OEM claims that the 7 Pro's screen is easier on the user's eyes compared to any other such component in its history. The device also boasts second-generation Screen Unlock, which incorporates an in-display fingerprint sensor. OnePlus claims that this feature has a 0.21 second unlock latency, compared to about 0.3 seconds in the 6T.
OnePlus has also outfitted the 7 Pro with a feature in which the edges of the screen light up in response to notifications - as well as the long-anticipated pop-up selfie camera. This motorized module gives the phone a screen-to-body ratio of approximately 93%. This all means that the 7 Pro is officially set up to challenge the Samsung Galaxy S10 line, in terms of display quality and immersion at least.
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