New OnePlus 7 Pro video causes camera confusion

Recently, OnePlus 7 Pro's display has also got a DisplayMate rating of A+, and there have been many more teasers from the company in the run-up to the launch. In fact, the company's marketing department is taking things to new lengths as a full-page New York Times ad, camera samples, and a record-breaking display test have all surfaced over the past 24 hours. "No random music." OnePlus is trying to build the hype around the phone, as it does every year, ahead of its launch. OnePlus already talked about the phone's new display and confirmed that one of its new models would have three cameras on the back, a first for the Chinese smartphone maker.

The OnePlus 7 Pro reportedly scored well across every parameter including colour accuracy, brightness, contrast accuracy or pixel density. After all, the OnePlus imaging director Simon Liu is on record saying that the camera performance will be encroaching on flagship territory but not quite there.

OnePlus 7 Pro is expected to offer screen refresh rate at 90Hz, very close to what some of the gaming phones offer. The details are just about right, there's high dynamic range and shooting a subject with the sun in the background didn't seem to be much of a problem for OnePlus 7 Pro, thanks to the improved Auto HDR option.

And while the brand has revealed that the OnePlus 7 Pro will have triple-camera setup, Android Central, in collaboration with Ishan Agrawal has revealed the price of the OnePlus 7 Pro.

Up front, the motorized pop-up up camera module is tipped to house a 16MP (f/2.0) selfie snapper.

Unfortunately, while the company takes pride - and rightfully so - with the exceptional rating it received, the specifications of it yet remains a mystery.

Ahead of the May 14 launch, OnePlus has published a poster of the upcoming phone in a U.S. daily. OnePlus 6T has a 16 MP + 20 MP camera Exmor RS sensor supporting a resolution of 4616 x 3464 Pixels. Everyone saw that coming as Oppo F11 Pro and Vivo V15 Pro had already opted for the pop-up selfie cameras.

Mr. Liu also confirmed that the device will support 10x digital zoom, and that the Time-of-Flight (ToF) sensor for depth perception will not be a part of the offering.

OnePlus is all set to launch their 2019 flagship in two weeks, and the Chinese tech company is busy campaigning around overseas with advertisements and all sorts.

  • Arturo Norris