OnePlus 10 Pro HyperBoost gaming feature shown off ahead of January 11 release date. The OnePlus 10 Pro is now just a few days from being available to customers, with the official release date set for the 11th of January. In the days leading up to its release, we’ve seen increasing details come out. The most recent teaser released today’s launch confirms that the phone is packed by “HyperBoost full-link game frame stabilization technology” -an AI-based algorithm that is said to have taken two years to develop.
A poster from the official website explains the details of the technology and shows it helps to play the OnePlus 10 Pro playing a not mentioned MOBA game with an average frame rate of 87.9. Furthermore, the body temperature never exceeded 43.3degC. The HyperBoost function needs to be enabled for this to not only help keep the temperature in check but will also significantly decrease the framerate fluctuations. An earlier official stated that the OnePlus 10 Pro would also come with some powerful elements to manage heat and maintain the temperature at bay.
OnePlus 10 Pro HyperBoost gaming feature shown off ahead of January 11 release date
The cooling plate is about 34119.052mm2 in the total area. This is the biggest ever seen on a OnePlus device. It also comes with a VC cooling plate, copper graphite sheets, and silica gel for heat dissipation. The CEO Pete Lau himself recently revealed the other specs — the display of the OnePlus 10 Pro will sport 120Hz AMOLED panels with the second-generation LTPO calibration. The rear camera configuration consists of 50-megapixel + 48-megapixel 8-megapixel sensors with double OIS support. Processing is performed via Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip supported through LPDDR5 RAM and UFS 3.1 storage.