He, scheduled to be officially announced on Tuesday, May 14, be full of features made to attract phone buyers Y , but they also have a small change that is made for the most loyal followers of the brand. The company is updating the way the OnePlus 7 Pro vibrates when you receive a notification, as confirmed by the manufacturer to CNET.
The owners of OnePlus phones have criticized online for years the vibration engines of the brand; Some complain that it is very weak which causes notifications to be lost and others say that the vibrations when using the phone are inconsistent.
A Reddit user created a thread last year to ask that the company "please put a good vibration engine in the next devices", where he received 481 favorable votes and 149 comments. OnePlus, it seems, has been taken for granted.
"We are constantly listening to community feedback on what functions and features they want to see enhanced in OnePlus phones. Feedback helps us focus on certain functions," explained Pete Lau, founder and CEO of OnePlus, in an interview goes email electronic.
"Our goal with the OnePlus 7 Pro was to create the best possible phone not only in the high-end, but beyond. We really wanted to make the riding experience excellent," said Lau.
To help solve the problem of weak vibration, OnePlus made its new engine bigger, ensuring that the new machine is 200 percent more powerful than the previous one.
"Our team had to rethink the internal design of the OnePlus 7 Pro, so that it fit inside the body without increasing the thickness of the device, which will contribute to a less ergonomic feeling," said Lau. "At the same time, we had to ensure that the optical engine was in the same position so that the sensation was strong, even on the other side of the device."
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He said that users will be able to control the vibration setting on the new phone, offering "light", "medium" and "strong" intensity options, both for calls and other notifications, respectively, while also allowing users to Option to change vibration patterns from one to six different settings.
He added that users can also "tune the vibration" of the keyboard at the time of typing.
The engine updates are the latest news prior to the launch of the phones next week. T-Mobile announced Thursday thatin the United States through an announcement of the OnePlus in the New York Times to show an outline of the back of the phone. Rumors around the phone suggest that you have three rear cameras and a full screen, without an eyebrow or notch, which has been confirmed with the announcement and the accompanying tweet that presumes "no bevel, no brow."
The only thing the 7 Pro won't have, however, is an IP certification as water resistant. In a publication in the company's forum, co-founder Carl Pei wrote that although the phone will be able to withstand a certain exposure to water, even when thrown in a bucket, the device will not have a rating because "the certification does not help us communicate our focus on your real experience. "