OnePlus Ace 2 Pro offers more immervise games with Pixelworks X7 visual processor

Pixelworks enhances OnePlus Ace 2 Pro with X7 visual processor, optimizing display quality for immersive gaming. OnePlus emphasizes seamless performance and visuals, aligning with Pixelworks’ IRX gaming brand.
OnePlus Ace 2 Pro with Pixelworks X7 visual processor

Visual processing solutions provider, Pixelworks Inc., has unveiled its contribution to the newly launched OnePlus Ace 2 Pro smartphone, introducing the Pixelworks X7 graphics processor. The collaboration aims to deliver exceptional display quality to consumers, further enhancing the game experience on the device.

 Louis Li, President of OnePlus China, said: 

“We are pleased to continue our cooperation with Pixelworks on the OnePlus Ace 2 Pro smartphone. As the performance benchmark of OnePlus, the OnePlus Ace series is committed to the perfect integration of speed, performance, and aesthetic appearance. In the pursuit of bringing comprehensive 120 fps gaming experiences to consumers, we also attach great importance to the control of power consumption and the realism of viewing experiences. Such adherence on performance and picture quality is in line with the concept of Pixelworks’ newly announced IRX gaming experience brand. We hope that our persistence for excellence in all dimensions can better the user experience all around, making mobile games not only pleasant to watch but also exciting to play.”

The OnePlus Ace 2 Pro smartphone follows the success of its predecessor, the OnePlus Ace 2, which garnered significant attention earlier this year. The previous model set an impressive record by selling out within 37 minutes of its launch on JD.com and Tmall, demonstrating its popularity among consumers. Building on this success, the upgraded OnePlus Ace 2 Pro is poised to seize the spotlight.

OnePlus’ latest offering is designed to provide users with an even more immersive gaming experience characterized by high frame rates and balanced power consumption. A notable feature is its distinction as the first IRX-certified smartphone from OnePlus, showcasing enhanced visual quality improvements for popular games. By integrating the unique attributes of game content and device rendering capabilities, the OnePlus Ace 2 Pro offers a vivid and captivating gaming encounter.

Pixelworks’ visual processor introduces significant gaming improvements to the OnePlus Ace 2 Pro:

Ultra-Low Latency MotionEngine: Advanced algorithms boost frame rates up to 120fps while maintaining smooth picture quality for an enhanced gaming experience.

Low Power Super-Resolution: Enhanced algorithms allow games to fully utilize the 1.5K resolution screen for clearer graphics.

Extended Dynamic Range: Leveraging integrated LUT support, this function ensures optimal contrast and detail retention even in bright ambient light.

Absolute Color Accuracy: Factory-calibrated color accuracy covers 100% of P3 and sRGB color gamuts.

Multi-Brightness Color Calibration: Dynamic adaptation of gamma curve and color attributes provides a comfortable and lifelike visual experience.

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