OnePlus 10 Pro will use the Industry-leading LTPO 2.0 Technology

OnePlus 10 Pro with LTPO 2.0 Technology

OnePlus 10 Pro with LTPO 2.0 Technology

In recent years, 90Hz or even 120Hz refresh rate display has become the standard for Android and iPhone flagships, but it will also affect the phone’s battery life, so support for LTPO adaptive refresh rate is the key. Today, Pete Lau just confirmed on Weibo that the OnePlus 10 Pro will use the industry-leading LTPO 2.0 technology, a record high fluency.

According to Pete Lau, OnePlus is one of the first domestic cell phone brands to carry an LTPO screen, as early as 2019 when it cooperated with Samsung on the OnePlus 7 using a 90Hz QHD OLED screen. Later on the OnePlus 9 Pro, OnePlus also worked with Samsung to jointly customize the next-generation screen material LTPO, which supports 1Hz to 120Hz adaptive refresh.

In the upcoming release of the OnePlus 10 Pro, Pete Lau said they will use LTPO 2.0, which is a generation ahead of the industry, to take the smooth experience of the screen all scenes to a new height again.

OnePlus 10 Pro with LTPO 2.0 Technology

OnePlus is one of the first domestic mobile brands to carry LTPO screens. Back in 2019, we worked with Samsung Display to bring a 90Hz QHD+ OLED screen to the OnePlus 7 Pro, which quickly pushed the mobile industry into the era of high refresh rates and gave users a smooth new screen experience that is “hard to come back from”.

In OnePlus 9 Pro, we have joined hands with Samsung to customize the next-generation screen material LTPO, which is a screen that supports adaptive refresh rate from 1Hz to 120Hz – we are leading the industry again!

In the future, we will continue to work with Samsung Display to provide users with greater value in display technology and contribute to the development of the smartphone market.

In advance, our OnePlus 10 Pro will use LTPO 2.0, a generation ahead of the industry, to bring a new level of smoothness to all scenes of the screen, see you in January!

Said, Pete Lau.

According to the previous news, the OnePlus 10 Pro front will still use the upper left corner single opening curved display, with 2K level resolution and 120Hz refresh rate. In addition, the OnePlus 10 Pro will support 80W wired flash charging and also have a 50W wireless flash charging, running ColorOS 12 system based on Android 12.

In terms of imaging, the OnePlus 10 Pro features a dual-primary camera system, which has a 50MP large base main camera + a 50MP large base ultra-wide-angle + 8MP telephoto lens with 3x zoom support, respectively. OnePlus 10 Pro will be released in January and will be equipped with Snapdragon 8 Gen1 processor.

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