Published: Thu, May 09, 2019
IT | By Lester Massey

OnePlus 7 Pro: HDR10+ certified, stereo speakers, UFS 3.0 storage confirmed

OnePlus 7 Pro: HDR10+ certified, stereo speakers, UFS 3.0 storage confirmed

Ahead of the official launch, the OnePlus 7 Pro price in India has been leaked.

Phone might also come with the 12GB RAM variants.

Agarwal has leaked alleged prices for the upcoming OnePlus 7 to Android Central, including some information about the variants of the new phone.

The prices of the premium OnePlus 7 Pro variants are significantly higher than the OnePlus 7.


The latest version of the Universal Flash Storage (UFS) standard was first announced in early 2018 promising to double the memory bandwidth of the UFS 2.1 standard which is now used in flagship devices. As you'll see in the following sets of photos, the OnePlus 7 Pro will come in at least a couple of different colors, including Nebula Blue and Mirror Grey: Here are some individual renders of the phone without any watermarks! The normal OnePlus 7 is expected to come with a waterdrop notch FHD display like the OnePlus 6T, dual rear cameras and no pop-up selfie camera.

What made OnePlus devices so successful in the past was the fact that they undercut "true" flagships considerably, but that isn't the case with the OnePlus 7 Pro. The OnePlus 7/7 Pro launch event is scheduled to take place on May 14 where all the specification, prices and availability will be revealed. OnePlus 7 Pro is coming with UFS 3.0 storage and will be the first smartphone to have the ultra-fast storage system. Let us know the comments section below.

The OnePlus 7 Pro will also be one of the few smartphones in the world to feature a display with a 90Hz refresh rate. From the GeekBench scores, it appears to be more powerful than the Samsung S10+ flagship. The OnePlus 7 Pro will have a QHD+ display with HDR10+ support, super-fast UFS 3.0 storage and stereo speakers, the latest of which will also be featured on the standard variant of the phone.

Given that OnePlus 7 has a bigger battery and and a lower-resolution screen, it seems extremely likely that it'll have better battery life than its costlier cousin, OnePlus 7 Pro.

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