OnePlus has recently confirmed that screen of OnePlus 7 Pro will now have HDR10+ support which will be providing 4000 nits peak brightness and also a frame-by-frame adjustment for the optimum representation of the contrast.
The OnePlus 7 series is now set to launch on May 14 also with the Pro model already available for pre-booking on the Amazon India website. We know that the OnePlus 7 Pro has already received an A+ display rating from the DisplayMate and also ‘Safety for Eyes’ certification.
And the standard content uses static metadata, which will set the level of brightness, contrast, and also illumination that remains the same throughout the run time. Comparingly, HDR10+ content is dynamic and also allows a frame-by-frame adjustment for the optimum representation of contrast from the HDR source content. Also, HDR10+ brings more details and vivid colors to the table.
Few leaks about OnePlus 7 proclaim that it will have USB 3.1 support, dual speakers, and also triple camera (which carries wide angle lens and a telephoto sensor), popup selfie camera, and a 4,000mAh battery with support to 30W WARP charging.
HDR10+ also provides frame-by-frame adjustments for optimum representation of contrast from the HDR source content. HDR10+ also produces 4000 nits of peak brightness, which is a massive increase of 3,000 nits when compared to HDR10. This being an open format, it is license and royalty free and also easily adoptable by manufacturers and content producers with maintained quality through an HDR10+ certification and a logo program.
Also, Recently, OnePlus CEO Pete Lau on Twitter confirmed that the OnePlus 7 Pro would be the first smartphone to come with the UFS 3.0 storage. He also says, “OnePlus 7 Pro having UFS 3.0 storage means it will be overall faster than any other comparable smartphones.”