OnePlus wants to make the presentation of the OnePlus 7 Pro on May 14th tasty with small information chunks. Now the manufacturer has confirmed that the smartphone will run with the latest generation Universal Flash Storage. The fast OLED display will also support the dynamic HDR standard HDR10 +.
Fourteen new OnePlus smartphones are expected to launch on May 14: a OnePlus 7 as a lightweight upgrade to the OnePlus 6T (test), which will probably be the new addition to the Snapdragon 855, as well as the OnePlus 7 Pro, which features the smartphone Manufacturer wants to go into direct competition with manufacturers like Apple, Huawei or Samsung. Also with the price one approaches the mentioned manufacturers. Preliminary information is to be expected with prices around 750 €.
Water repellent without IP certification
For the OnePlus 7 Pro, whose name has been repeatedly confirmed by OnePlus in the meantime, the manufacturer offers little information chunks via Twitter. After confirmation of a display with increased refresh rate of 90 Hz and lastly the protection of the smartphone against water, which here still waives an IP certification, was the weekend, the built-memory technology in focus, before this morning finally on the HDR Capabilities of the smartphone was received.
UFS 3.0 delivers at least 1.2 GB / s
The OnePlus 7 Pro will be equipped with Universal Flash Storage 3.0 (UFS 3.0), as CEO Pete Lau confirmed on Twitter. The standard adopted by the JEDEC at the beginning of last year doubles the data rate per line from 5.8 Gbps to 11.4 Gbps. Considering 8b10b encoding, connecting the memory to a lane can expect transmission speeds of 1,200 MB / s, with two lanes it would be up to 2,400 MB / s. Matching memory modules offer since the beginning of this year, for example, Toshiba and Samsung.
HDR10 + for dynamic HDR
The display of the OnePlus 7 Pro HDR10 + has been confirmed. The standard, which is especially driven by Samsung and Amazon, works like Dolby Vision dynamically, so HDR metadata can be stored for every single frame, since this was not the case with the normal HDR10 and could only be done once for the entire film or series. Content providers that support HDR10 + include the 20th Century Fox, Universal and Warner Brothers studios alongside Amazon.