OnePlus' next device will come with a 120Hz visual display unit, meet even more buttery smooth to use than the 90Hz OnePlus 7T and OnePlus 7T Pro along with a whole slew of Android bests and the iPhone 11 playoff that only offer 60Hz fasteners, the maker confirmed. In truth, its CEO – Pete Lau – went so far as to say it "will be the best smartphone display in 2020". Lau additional: "We believe that the smoothest smartphone display must also be able to deliver a superior visual quality and viewing comfort. We're sure that OnePlus's new 120Hz Fluid Display will be the best you'll lay eyes on in 2020. "
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OnePlus said it really is cooperate Korean tech enormous Samsung to swell the OLED visual display unit for its next chief. Additionally, the Shenzhen firmly has noted it be also enhancing the animations of its OxygenOS thick skin that' ll be log in delivering a unfurrowed experience for consumers going forward.
OnePlus is also aspiring to leverage a civilization motion chip that could insure videos support 120Hz by way of adding extra boulders to them. Sensational technology in question may match similarly to the wave smoothing feature that's long been available on most TVs.
Explaining the performance, OnePlus explicit: "After numerous system optimisations, many major apps will now be able to take full advantage of the new 120Hz refresh rate. But, for videos, there's an additional hurdle. Most video content is still produced at either 24fps or 30fps, with a small portion of content in 60fps.
"to deal with this problem, but we are including MEMC railroading to deliver electric sander video playback. MEMC is a engineering science featured in under the influence of alcohol - end TVs that uses real - time to come algorithmic adjustments to sneak in additional frames to a folder, permissive something shot at 24 or 30fps to taste 60 or even 120fps. "
OnePlus is upping the refresh rate on its next smartphone from 90Hz to 120Hz ( Image: OnePlus )
Finally, OnePlus said the display used in its next handset can achieve a peak brightness of 1000 nits for HDR content. For reference, Apple's iPhone 11 Pro can hit a peak brightness of 1, 290 nits.
Smartphone displays used to be all about resolution, but now things seem to be turning to refresh rate. Gaming devices like the Razer Phone and original Asus ROG led the charge with higher refresh rate displays back in 2017 and 2018 respectively.
OnePlus released its first phone with a high refresh rate display – the OnePlus 7 Pro – back in May last year. A number of other Android devices from the likes of Google, Oppo and Realme also tote similar panels.
So why are high refresh rate displays all the rage these days? Well, you really have to use a 90Hz or 120Hz screen to see why. In a nutshell though, using a device feels smoother, more responsive and faster overall.
Of course, 120Hz panels refresh more often than a 90Hz one, meaning they're even more pleasing to use.
Although OnePlus hasn't confirmed as such, the firm's next smartphone series is expected to be called the OnePlus 8 and come in three models: the OnePlus 8 Lite, OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro.
The OnePlus 8 Lite is tipped to be a more affordable device from the Shenzhen firm and could be used to compete with budget offerings from the likes of Huawei, Oppo and Xiaomi.
Each OnePlus 8 flavour has been tipped to ditch any kind of pop - up camera mechanism in favour of a hole punch cutout à la Galaxy S10.
Of course, the Chinese tech giant is anticipated to pack its most premium OnePlus 8 model with the latest and greatest specs in the form of Qualcomm's Snapdragon 865 processor and copious amounts of RAM.
Assuming the tech giant follows tradition, we could see the OnePlus 8 series revealed in May. Of course, Express. Co. Uk will keep you up to date with any announcements from the Chinese tech giant.