OnePlus 7 Pro was unveiled last month and is easily the Chinese tech giant’s most premium phone to date.
The hardware comes with a 6.67-inch AMOLED display that offers a 90Hz refresh rate.
For context, most smartphones on the market come with a 60Hz refresh rate.
The increased figure on the OnePlus 7 Pro means navigating through Google’s Android 9 Pie software with Oxygen OS running on top feels smoother than ever before.
Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 is the main driving force behind the OnePlus 7 Pro’s sheer speed though.
The top-tier processor is accompanied by an Adreno 640 GPU and up to 12GB of RAM.
While the OnePlus 7 Pro is already an extremely fast device, Android Headlines recently detailed a way to speed the phone up further.
The outlet noted this can be achieved by reducing the time of, or removing entirely, animations.
In order to do this, users should head to their device’s settings menu.
From there, you should go to the “about phone” section and look for a listed build number.
Once owners have located this, they should tap it numerous times until a message is displayed stating “developer mode” has been activated.
Next, go back into settings and find “system”.
Within this section, a new toggle will be present that reads “developer options”.
Tapping on this will present three tabs that are listed as: “window animation scale”, “transition animation scale” and “animator duration scale”.
As noted by Android Headlines, all three of these options will be set at “1x” by default.
However, lowering this, or removing animations entirely, will make opening applications feels faster than before.
It is worth noting all three tabs can be changed individually to suit a user’s preference.
Combining an adjustment in animation times with the 7 Pro’s 90Hz frame rate is advised for the fastest possible Android experience.