Starting as a midrange killer, OnePlus has been upping its game since then. Fancy design, new and trendy technology and the best in class performance, that’s been on the OnePlus devices since its first phone. But apart from that, the Chinese smartphone maker also maintained its pace on improving other internals. Last few years, we saw some significant improvements in the camera front. Now seems like the company is taking a new leap on the display front. The phone just got the DisplayMate’s highest-ever A+ rating.
DisplayMate is the popular benchmarking platform, which tests the display of digital devices like TVs, Projectors, and smartphones. And this benchmarking platform recently announced that the yet unreleased OnePlus 7 Pro earned the ‘A+’ rating, which is the highest-ever rating DisplayMate provides. However, the benchmarking platform has not yet published the in-depth display shoot, which describes the attributes of the display used on the phone. Nonetheless, DisplayMate has promised to release it on May 14, the day when the phone is supposed to get official.
DisplayMate’s in-depth Lab Tests of the OnePlus 7 Pro OLED Display have just been completed, earning our Highest A+ Display Rating. Our in-depth Display Shoot-Out will be published here on May 14.
— DisplayMate Tech (@DisplayMate) April 29, 2019
With the A+ rating, the OnePlus 7 Pro joins the league with Samsung Galaxy S10, iPhone XS Max, and Google Pixel 3XL. But DisplayMate is yet to announce that if the handset has surpassed any of these players on the leaderboards.
Going by the rumors, the upcoming OnePlus 7 Pro will come with 6.7-inch Super AMOLED display with curvy edges on the left and right. And this straightly points at the Samsung. Since Samsung is supplying its displays to big companies like Google and Apple, it won’t really be a surprise.
The screen on this device will be Quad-HD+ (1440 x 3120 pixels) in terms of resolution. If that happens, it would be the first time OnePlus opting for the resolution above Full-HD. The phone may come with a 90Hz refresh rate, which surely is would be a huge upgrade over the OnePlus 6T.