Less than 24 hours ago, we learned that the OnePlus 8 release date is set for October 14th, and now Tekradar can exclusively release the details of the OnePlus 8 display.
As the brand moves towards its next smartphone launch, OnePlus 8 Screen details have been received from Tekradar company CEO Pete Lowe.
The first confirmed the size with Lowe: “The OnePlus 8 comes with a 6.55-inch, 120Hz fluid display that is the same size. [the] OnePlus 8 “which will give the handset a” battery smooth display experience “and” significantly improve the overall viewing and gaming experience “.
We’ve already seen the OnePlus offer a 120Hz refresh rate, but Screen Tech is limited to a single Pro variant of its handsets – the OnePlus 8 Pro.
The OnePlus 8 replaces the 120 handset, replacing the OnePlus 8 with the first 1201 Hz non-pro variant with a 90Hz display.
This suggests that we probably won’t see the OnePlus 8 Pro at the October 14th launch, which will be accompanied by some rumors claiming that the larger handset doesn’t exist.
True to the color of life
Lau OnePlus has provided more information on 8 displays, specifically telling Tekradar; “In addition to 120Hz, for the first time we’ve used a 2.5D flexible panel on the OnePlus 8T.
“Compared to regular panels, the 2.5D flexible screen provides improved light permeability and can reach a maximum brightness of up to 1100 nits”, the result of which will look great and will affect the front of the handset with the screen – body ratio of 91.9%.
OnePlus 8 display glasses
Exclusive OnePlus 8 glasses
Refresh rate: 120Hz
Screen-to-body ratio: 91.9%
Panel: 2.5D flexible
DCI-P3 color space: 100%
Maximum brightness: 1,100 nits
This means that the OnePlus 8 display phone will take up more space than the 8 Pro (90.8%), 8 (88.7%) and the recently launched OnePlus Nord (86.7%) – so expect to see a narrower bezel on the handset.
Lau claims that the OnePlus 8 screen will give “the highest color accuracy possible in the industry” as the OnePlus has run the panels through the same rigorous color calibration process as the OnePlus 8 series and reached a descriptive color difference (JNCD) of about 0.3 – meaning every detail Truth-to-life should be present.
The OnePlus 8 Displaymate has passed rigorous screen testing and achieved an overall rating of A +, equal to the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, OnePlus 8 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. In short, the 8 looks like a screen top-notch. .
We asked what is the rationale for bringing the OnePlus 8 to 120Hz for the OnePlus, as it has been successfully applied to all phones from the OnePlus 7 Pro to 90Hz.
Lau explains; “The screen is the most used element in the phone … The display experience contributes significantly to the overall fast and smooth experience.
“With this in mind, the OnePlus OnePlus 7 Pro launched a QHD + 90Hz AMOLED screen, which was the first in the industry to be quite well received. Now, we’ve pushed the refresh rate to 120Hz for our premium and even smoother display experience – Tier OnePlus 8
“With the evolution of technology and the advancement of production technology, we have been able to bring 120Hz to a wide range of our products, providing the best-in-class display technology and experience among more.”
This means that the OnePlus 8 will be able to hold a relatively competitive price point in the market, but there are rumors that it may be more expensive than the OnePlus 8.
Will OnePlus 8 launch alone?
With the transfer of screen technology from the OnePlus 8 Pro to the 5G-toting OnePlus 8T, doesn’t that mean the OnePlus 8T will be the 14th October?
Some rumors suggest that the 8 Pro may exist, but others say the opposite, and no word came from the OnePlus as well as other handsets – so we’ll see the OnePlus 8 riding unit in October.
There’s another possibility that it won’t be alone once rumors of the OnePlus Nord N10 5G start to spread – the handset that was given to the original OnePlus Nord to cross the continent to North America.
There’s not much time to wait, as we’ll be looking at the full details of the OnePlus 8 – as well as any other handset that could possibly be launched – in just a few weeks.
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