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OnePlus 7 Pro and its smooth display are displayed alongside OnePlus 7

OnePlus CEO Pete Lau has launched the company's charm offensive in what seems to be immediate lead to the launch of two smartphones: the conventional OnePlus 7 and the newly killed OnePlus 7 Pro with 5G connectivity. In particular, the manager deals with the smooth display of the Pro version. Lau told The Verge that OnePlus 7 Pro's new screen is the result of a large investment – the panel costs triple the amount for a regular flagship smartphone display. He describes it as "super-smooth and very sharp" and something that will "redefine quickly and smoothly." Excited to share the next product from OnePlus releases a new era with fast and smooth. Particularly smooth! Smooth is more challenging than Fast – a true test of hardware and software. The new product is just beautiful – I can't wait for you to see it! 19 pic.twitter.com/yPU9sEbeIv – Pete Lau (@ petelau2007) April 17, 2019 What agility can we expect? Leaks blogger Ishan Agarwal told Android Central that among others OnePlus 7 Pro will have a Quad HD Super AMOLED screen running at 90Hz. It is 50 percent faster than the typical 60Hz on most Android phone screens, but not as fast as the 120Hz panel on the Razer Phone series. It just happens that OnePlus 7 Pro will be the company's first 5G phone, although Lau said there will be less marketing pressure on this point – the network is just starting to come online and won't be available to most…

OnePlus CEO Pete Lau has launched the company’s charm offensive in what seems to be immediate lead to the launch of two smartphones: the conventional OnePlus 7 and the newly killed OnePlus 7 Pro with 5G connectivity. In particular, the manager deals with the smooth display of the Pro version.

Lau told The Verge that OnePlus 7 Pro’s new screen is the result of a large investment – the panel costs triple the amount for a regular flagship smartphone display. He describes it as “super-smooth and very sharp” and something that will “redefine quickly and smoothly.”

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What agility can we expect? Leaks blogger Ishan Agarwal told Android Central that among others OnePlus 7 Pro will have a Quad HD Super AMOLED screen running at 90Hz. It is 50 percent faster than the typical 60Hz on most Android phone screens, but not as fast as the 120Hz panel on the Razer Phone series.

It just happens that OnePlus 7 Pro will be the company’s first 5G phone, although Lau said there will be less marketing pressure on this point – the network is just starting to come online and won’t be available to most consumers during the next few years.

Design sketches from OnePlus

All of this development has led commentators to ask how much more they can expect to pay for a OnePlus phone this year. In addition, the larger meeting for the company may be if its fans will run a “OnePlus Plus” phone when presented along with what will be a worse phone by definition. While the company has clarified its ambitions for high-quality smartphones, a good proportion of the audience is monitored in a market full of $ 1,000 options. It may be a comparison to see how OnePlus 7 Pro compares to the $ 750 Galaxy S10e. 19659004] There is a lot to think about when we go near yet another OnePlus product launch.

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