On January 14th, OnePlus’s official microblog showed a comparison of 60Hz and 120Hz. Under a 0.25x slow-motion lens, the 120Hz screen has a naked eye when sliding, while the 60Hz screen has a noticeable picture of the image in the slow-motion lens. It is reported that the OnePlus confirmed that the next generation of flagship models will be used on the 120Hz screen, not surprisingly, the next generation of flagship will be the OnePlus 8 series.
Earlier in the media conference, OnePlus announced that it had completed in-depth research and development of 120Hz and more screen technology to continue to lead the way in terms of smoothness, accuracy and comfort.
Officially, the new OnePlus flagship will feature a 120Hz 2K-OLED display that refreshes 120 screens per second, with a time of 8.3ms per frame and a screen sample rate of 240Hz.
And it uses OnePlus’s exclusive high-frame tuning approach to get through every aspect of touch and display, allowing 120Hz firepower to open.
Officially, the OnePlus120Hz screen is optimized for follow-up, sliding response and click response speed.
What’s more, OnePlus’s MEMC video framing technology for high-end TVs on the 120Hz phone screen through a stand-alone chip solution, OnePlus’s MEMC technology allows the original low-frame video to dynamically plug into frames up to 120 frames, making the picture smooth and natural.