Screen: Smoother is better
These are two of the largest screens you’ll find on a phone today, at 6.67in on the OnePlus 7 Pro and 6.8in on the Galaxy Note 10+. In both cases, they’re Quad HD AMOLED panels – stunners across the board.
The OnePlus 7 Pro has a pair of key advantages here, however. First, the screen is completely unadorned by a notch or cutout, whereas the Note 10+ has a small punch-hole camera cutout atop the screen. That’s because the OnePlus 7 Pro hides its selfie camera in a pop-up module, which only raises when you need it. That’s handy.
And second, the OnePlus 7 Pro has a 90Hz refresh rate, which delivers notably smoother performance than we see from the average smartphone screen. All told, it makes for the best screen we’ve seen on a handset to date, and the Note 10+ isn’t. built to beat it. Still, it’s very close in overall quality, and one of thenext-best screens on the market today.
Winner:OnePlus 7 Pro
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