The images reach us through a Slashleaks website publication. While all the information points to this, the tempered glass images for the smartphone confirm that it will arrive with a curved screen.
If you're not into Samsung's top-of-the-range style screen, you certainly won't like the OnePlus 7 Pro's dashboard. Its left and right edges will be curved, just like the Galaxy S10 or Huawei P30 Pro. .
What reveals this tempered glass?
The leak is very enlightening as to the lines by which the Chinese manufacturer's flagship display will be governed. The margins are minimal and curved at the sides of the device. You may also notice that the chin is slightly thicker than the other sides.
As for the screen itself, this is the largest investment made by the brand in this regard to date. As EBox reported, it received a prominent note from DisplayMate. This means it is the best screen on a smartphone to date. But nothing like expecting to see such quality in practice.
In terms of characteristics, the various rumors almost all point to the same. We will have a 6.7 inch Super AMOLED screen. The resolution is also a new milestone for the manufacturer, as it will be the first time betting on a QuadHD panel.
Another of the big highlights of the screen is its refresh rate. 90Hz will make any task seem more fluid, and games will be one of the specialties of this screen. Confirmed curvature may not please many people, but the screen quality is promising.
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