OnePlus 7 Pro leak details QHD+ 90Hz display, larger battery, stereo speakers

With almost a month until the next OnePlus launch event, more details are coming out regarding the company’s new smartphones. This morning, we’ve got some new leaks on the display of the OnePlus 7 Pro, and as it seems, it will be the biggest upgrade in OnePlus history.


According to Ishan Argawal and Android Central, OnePlus is preparing an 1080p display. Since the first OnePlus One, every smartphone from the company included a 1080p display, with recent models adjusted for taller aspect ratios.

With the OnePlus 7 Pro, the higher-end of the two main models coming next month, OnePlus is apparently opting for a Quad HD+ display. The exact specification is unclear since we don’t know the aspect ratio, though. The Super AMOLED panel is expected to measure in at 6.64-inches with no notches or cutouts to be seen.

More interesting is also the display having a 90Hz panel. Most Android devices include a basic 60Hz panel, so this is a notable change. Previously, the only major devices with higher refresh rate displays have been the Razer Phone (both of them) and the ASUS ROG.

Furthermore, the recent leaks also showed that the OnePlus 7 Pro’s battery capacity will be at 4,000mAh. This is just 300mAh more battery life than OnePlus 6T, but it’s an acceptable change considering the more “hungry for power” system of the upcoming model. The same 30W Warp Charging that came with the OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition, will come with this device as well.

Rounding out this leak, there’s a mention of stereo speakers, as well as further confirmation of the May 14th launch. There’s also a mention of the triple-camera array with an ultrawide sensor.

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