The OnePlus 7 Professional was one of many first mainstream flagships to cross the 60Hz threshold for smartphones. A brand new report states that the subsequent OnePlus system will take it up a notch.
Save for a number of gaming smartphones, most gadgets earlier than 2019 got here with a 60Hz show. That modified when the OnePlus 7 Professional was unveiled in Might, with a 90Hz show, and even went on to high DisplayMate’s charts for one of the best display on a smartphone. New rumors counsel that OnePlus shouldn’t be settling at 90Hz for its future gadgets.
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Industrial Leakster Max J. shared a picture that talked about “120Hz” with the caption “Be a Professional.” He additional replied that this cryptic message was certainly for a future OnePlus system. Battery and efficiency implications apart, it will positively make the OnePlus eight Professional one of many smoothest telephones round.
For context, solely the ASUS ROG Telephone II has a 120Hz refresh price on an AMOLED show, and its coloration accuracy is nowhere near that of the OnePlus 7 Professional. If OnePlus is certainly trying to make the leap to 120Hz, it should maintain this widespread grievance.
This information doesn’t come as a shock, as OnePlus spokespersons did point out that they may look to “cross 90Hz sooner or later” and “90Hz can be a regular on all OnePlus telephones going ahead.” Assuming that the corporate continues to comply with a twin flagship technique, we count on the OnePlus eight to sport a 90Hz show, and the eight Professional to the touch 120Hz.
Whereas the subsequent OnePlus flagships are nonetheless a number of months away, OnLeaks was in a position to share renders of the purported OnePlus eight Professional, which had a design similar to the 7 Professional with an enormous curved show, however opted for a punch-hole digicam as a substitute of a pop-up.
The identical renders additionally counsel that the OnePlus eight Professional will add a fourth digicam to the again, more likely to be a ToF depth sensor for sooner focusing and higher portraits.