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OnePlus Ace 2 Pro’s display touch works even when the screen is wet

OnePlus is hyping up the launch of their latest flagship the OnePlus Ace 2 pro on social media. Recently they unveiled a groundbreaking new technology called ‘rhinoceros touch’ that will vastly improve the user experience of the Ace 2 pro. This technology will allow the phone’s touch to function even when wet.

OnePlus released a comparison video showing the technology on the Ace 2 Pro against the iPhone 14 pro max. And the results are very impressive. It shows unlocking the phone with a wet hand and receiving a call in the rain. In both scenarios the OnePlus Ace 2 Pro performed flawlessly while the iPhone straggled.

Test comparison between OnePlus Ace 2 pro and iphone 14 pro max

If you think about it, it will be revolutionary because everyday problems faced by the users like the ability to scroll through videos and webpages during showers, respond to messages after washing hands, taking pictures underwater and answering calls during rainfall. All of this will be possible now. You will be able to play games on your phone if you have hand sweating problems.

The OnePlus team developed a custom display control chip to make ‘rhinoceros touch’ happen. The chip suppresses noise around the finger in wet conditions and restores finger signals which allows the touch to work when the display is wet.

OnePlus Ace 2 pro high resolution render

Other specifications of the device look very promising. It will have the Qualcomm snapdragon 8 gen 2 chipset and 24GB RAM with 1TB of UFS 4.0 storage. In AnTuTu benchmark test the phone scored over 1.7 million.

OnePlus Ace 2 pro will also have a 5000mAh battery with 150W SuperVOOC S charging. The company claims it can fully charge the 5,000mAh battery in just 17 minutes and a video shows it outperformed a 200W charger in changing speed test.

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KM Asif

KM Asif, a founding member of AndroidStory, is passionate about technology, specially smartphones. Spend most of the time of his days digging the smartphone industry.

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