Smartphones with the OnePlus logo can boast of many advantages, the manufacturer particularly cares, among others, about the screens used in them. If something changes in this matter, it seems to be only for the better.
OnePlus focuses on high refresh rate screens
The producer announced today the disclosure of interesting information about the screens he just used. Promotional materials have not yet hit social networks, but Pete Lau discussed the most important issues at a press conference. OnePlus CEO said that in-depth research and development was carried out in the field of 120 Hz screens, which will soon appear on the smartphones of the Chinese manufacturer.
This is not the only thing to note. The solutions of the Chinese manufacturer are to, at least according to assurances, outperform the competitors' proposals and form the basis for the "new generation of screen experience", mainly due to the sampling frequency of touch at the level of 240 Hz. It should be even better with visual sensations. In addition to the 120 Hz refresh rate, we are talking here about OLED technology, Quad HD + resolution, accurate color reproduction, MEMC (Motion Estimation / Motion Compesation) function and the highest maximum brightness in the world of Android smartphones regulated by a new lighting sensor.
OnePlus as one of the first manufacturers began to focus more on higher screen refresh rates. During the meeting, it was reported that OnePlus currently accounts for around 77% of smartphone sales with a screen refresh rate of 90 Hz (on the Chinese market).
The best of what we should see in OnePlus 8 Pro
Everything indicates that the best should be seen in OnePlus 8 Pro, the flagship smartphone of the Chinese manufacturer for this year. Its premiere is expected in the second quarter.
In the most likely debuting OnePlus 8 may appear a slightly less advanced screen, even with a lower resolution. If OnePlus 8 Lite appearing in leaks is also prepared, it will rather stick out more from the two.
Do you value the high screen refresh rate on smartphones or is it rather a less important issue for you?
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