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OnePlus 7 Pro is certified to have one of the best displays on the market

OnePlus has been hard at work with its upcoming flagship smartphones set to debut May 14, with CEO Pete Lau drumming up excitement for the company’s display technology in particular. The OnePlus 7 Pro has already topped expectations, receiving an A+ certification from video diagnostic experts at DisplayMate.

Rumours surrounding the OnePlus 7 Pro have pointed towards a sharp 6.7-inch edge-to-edge Super AMOLED display, potentially reaching as high as 90Hz. This is said to be backed by QHD resolution, which would mark the first time that OnePlus has endowed a device with something beyond Full HD.

Whether this is true or not remains to be seen, but the price point of the premium device has been speculated to be the same as the Samsung Galaxy S10. For that reason alone, many are expecting a screen that can also rival the South Korean competitor – a wish that might just come to fruition thanks to OnePlus spending three times the amount on displays compared to its predecessors.

OnePlus has already boasted better colour accuracy, brightness, contrast and pixel density for its upcoming range of devices, as well as accreditation from the VDE Testing and Certification Institute for its ability to filter blue light. Using professional instruments and mathematical analysis to gauge performance, DisplayMate has now added an A+ display rating to the OnePlus 7 Pro.

While the details surround the display are unconfirmed at this time, OnePlus has revealed that the OnePlus 7 Pro will house a triple rear camera setup. We will find out more on May 14, when the company releases its OnePlus 7 line-up.

KitGuru Says: It’s always interesting to see OnePlus disrupt the market with its price-to-performance offerings, and this year will be even more exciting with multiple models. Are you considering an upgrade in 2019?

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