The OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7T ranges had a few of the greatest smartphone screens of final 12 months and it seems just like the OnePlus eight collection might have them – and each different telephone – beat.
That’s based mostly on checks carried out by DisplayMate (a revered show high quality web site that goes deep into smartphone display screen efficiency). The positioning has introduced that the OnePlus eight collection has achieved an A+ ranking (the very best ranking attainable).
Not solely that, it has additionally set or matched greater than ten smartphone show efficiency information, together with colour accuracy, picture distinction, show brightness, and display screen reflection, in addition to being rated as ‘visually indistinguishable from good’ in 4 classes.
The very best of the perfect?
So is that this the perfect show on a smartphone? Effectively, that’s barely much less clear. Other than this simply being one website’s opinion, it’s not clear whether or not the OnePlus eight beats the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra – which also achieves an A+ and was rated as ‘visually indistinguishable from perfect’ in five categories.
The wording of DisplayMate’s announcement makes it slightly unclear whether the OnePlus 8 series actually has the best screen, or just one of the best.
But either way, it sounds like it should be seriously impressive – and even the top model in the range will probably cost a fair bit less than the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra.
We already know that the OnePlus 8 series includes an OLED screen with a 120Hz refresh rate – a refresh rate which matches the Galaxy S20 range and tops the OnePlus 7T Pro, among most other phones, so it was always shaping up to have a good display.
We won’t be able to judge exactly how good until we’ve put one of the phones through a full review, but with the range being fully announced on April 14, you can expect that before too long.