The news of the OnePlus 7 Pro's display rating isn't the only piece of OP7 Pro info that's coming out today.
First up, a full-page ad for the OnePlus 7 Pro is appearing in The New York Times today. It's similar to that triple camera teaser that we saw recently, but it shows more components of the OnePlus 7 Pro. What's especially interesting is that this ad confirms that the OnePlus 7 Pro won't have a notch, and instead it looks like the device will have a pop-up camera like the rumors have suggested.
"No bells & whistles. No bezel. No notch. No app lag. No bloatware. No $2000 price tag. No random music," the ad promises of the OnePlus 7 Pro.
No bells and whistles.
Just a better phone.
Now that's newsworthy.@nytimes pic.twitter.com/85DgxLG7YN
— OnePlus USA (@OnePlus_USA) April 29, 2019
Meanwhile, more details on the OnePlus 7 Pro's camera features have come out. The folks at Wired spent some time with the OnePlus 7 Pro and have confirmed that it's got a 3x optical zoom camera in its triple snapper array. Other features like Auto HDR and portrait mode are included as well, as is an improved Night Mode. You can see one sample photo below and more images from the OnePlus 7 Pro right here.
This report also mentions that the main camera of the OnePlus 7 (the non-Pro model) uses downsampling or pixel-binning to create 12MP photos.
OnePlus will introduce its new phones at an event on May 14th.