OnePlus 7 Pro is a great smartphone in many ways, but there is one thing that truly elevates over the competition is speed: popolzuyutsya them even a short time, and you’ll notice that this smartphone sets a whole new standard of performance and smoothness.
Such a distinctive feature of the OnePlus 7 Pro associated with the company OnePlus focuses on two main aspects of a smartphone: the first is the careful optimization software that aims to eliminate each extra millisecond of latency, and the second is the introduction of a completely new type of display for non-game smartphone, which has a refresh rate of 90 times per second, which is much higher than all the other top smartphones on the market, the screen which is refreshed at 60 times per second.
Well, in the most up to date iPhone and Samsung Galaxy yet this 90 Hz processing display technology, but it certainly should appear in the next generations of these leaders, right?
Yes, should be, but most likely will not appear
Various insiders Samsung claim that the Galaxy Note 10 does not receive the display with a refresh rate of 90 Hz, and Apple is also not expected anything like this.
But how is it, that is probably the most exciting new mobile technology in 2019 will not be present in the most advanced smartphones of this generation, released the largest companies in the world? Does this mean that Samsung and Apple corny do not have time for OnePlus?
If Samsung and Apple won’t be able to install the 90-Hz display in its upcoming flagship, then of course Yes, the only logical assumption is that they simply do not have time.
But why were they behind OnePlus? Why are the two companies that are so heavily dependent on sales of its smartphones are not going to introduce the hottest technology available and allow the Chinese company to go ahead with the title of the most productive smartphone?
I don’t know the exact answer to this question, but I have a very good guess, and it comes from an interview that took place several years ago and gave it to one of the creators of the iPod and iPhone Tony Fadell (Tony Fadell):
“One of the biggest challenges for device manufacturers in the United States is the scale. When are you going to sell hundreds of millions of units of your product, desire to take risks is sharply reduced. Apple and Samsung will have to innovate more cautiously because they don’t want to lose market share or reduce their income, which may be a disaster that we have seen in the case of Samsung”.
OnePlus sells at best, a few million smartphones a year, while Apple and Samsung can sell a few million over the weekend, so the scale is giving OnePlus the benefit and the opportunity for risky innovation.
“When you’re Samsung or Apple, and you sell tens of millions of devices, you can buy almost everything — screens, processors, whatever — for many, many months in advance to suppliers to increase the pace,” added Hugo Barra, a former top Manager of Google, who is also a member of the Chinese smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi. “Companies operating on a smaller scale, can introduce new components for 6-12 months before.”
All these comments were made in relation to the Essential, a startup founded by the Creator of Android Andy Rubin, but they are applicable to the current situation with OnePlus.
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