OnePlus 7 Pro Commercial Highlights notch-less display and pop-up front camera

The commercial was spotted in the New York Times newspaper...

While there are only a few weeks left for the formal unveiling of the OnePlus 7 line of handsets, the marketing division of the firm is trying every possible course of action for making blurb around the forthcoming flagship smartphone. The firm has already set an unveiling event on 14th May which is going to be held at three locations simultaneously. In advance of the phone’s release, Keeping up to tease key aspects of the handset, OnePlus has now affirmed the no notch display.

Now, In the New York Times, A full-page advert of the OnePlus 7 Pro handset shown up, which ensures that the handset is going to highlight a notchless display.  Along with this, the advert also gave a hint on the pop-up front camera, but it doesn’t firmly state that the handset will feature a pop-up selfie camera, rather they provided a sketch of the handset displaying its in-built elements, which exposes the mechanism for the pop-up selfie cam.


Previously, the firm had shown a short video clip on their social networking sites which affirmed that the handset will show up with a triple backside camera system, with sensors positioned vertically in the top-center spot. Regarding the display of the device, the firm has already verified that the OnePlus 7 Pro will feature a display which has been ranked ‘A+’ by DisplayMate, which makes it the finest display than any others. On 14th May, the complete report of the same will be released.

The upcoming device is suspected to feature a 6.7-inch Super AMOLED powered display with Quad-HD+ resolution of 1440 x 3120 pixels, which is curved towards the left and right edges. When it comes to camera the device will have a 48MP main camera combined with an 8MP f/2 .4 telephoto lens as well as a 16MP f/2 .2 ultra-wide angle lens. The device is also suspected to feature 30W Warp Charge fast charging support for its 4,000mAh battery, and the device will operate on Android Pie-based Oxygen OS.


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