OnePlus CEO Pete Lau teases 120Hz display for OnePlus 8

OnePlus CEO Pete Lau teases 120Hz display for OnePlus 8

OnePlus CEO Pete Lau teases 120Hz display for OnePlus 8

The event, titled "OnePlus 2020 Screen Technology Communication Meeting", is expected to be centered around the new punch-hole design and 120Hz display technology that is likely to debut on the upcoming OnePlus 8 smartphones. And now, OnePlus 8, the company's next flagship smartphone has been spotted on India's BIS (Bureau of Indian Standards) certification portal hinting towards a nearing launch of the series in the country. Lau is now no longer one for subtlety, and claimed in a demonstrate to us despatched later that it'd be "the correct smartphone present in 2020".

It features a 90Hz display refresh rate, Snapdragon 855 Plus SoC, up to 12GB RAM, battery capacity will be similar to the OnePlus 7T Pro, UFS 3.0 storage option, and more. The company that helped OnePlus develop the 120Hz OLED display is Samsung.

OnePlus additionally means to usage a customized MEMC (activity estimate/ activity payment) chip to put added structures right into video clips to bring them up to 120 Hz.

So far, OnePlus's upcoming smartphones haven't been announced yet. This kind of tech has been criticized for making content look unrealistic, though, so we'll have to wait and see whether or not it's something we'll want on a smartphone. The 120Hz display isn't really a new technology by OnePlus has done optimizations here and the display is ready for commercial use. Or we can say now OnePlus having best flagship phones in the market.

OnePlus has actually assured to hold an occasion in Shenzhen, China today to display even more of this brand-new screen modern technology. The company says each of its screens is calibrated to accurate colors with an RGB color temperature sensor with a 0.8 JNCD (Just Noticeable Color Difference) rating. It's already a neighborhood with 90Hz monitors, so it's going to be powerful more of a grief with 120Hz.

Having a 240Hz touch sampling rate is impressive, but the OnePlus 8 won't be the first to feature it.

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