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OnePlus 8 mount a 2K OLED display at 120 Hz and with 240 Hz sensitivity

It has been OnePlus itself that has gathered the media in Shenzhen, China, and has released the news about its OnePlus 8, and it is expected that the next mobile has a screen OLED 2K, a refresh rate of 120 Hz and a sensitivity of 240 Hz.

Undoubtedly, this touch panel looks great, and more if we do a memory exercise and remember the OnePlus 7 Pro that I liked so much last year. Although it is true that his screen took many critics, and it is that the perfect smartphone does not exist.

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OnePlus hey the critics and listened to all users and looking forward to the 2020 model they want to improve the screen. Hopefully they don't forget other issues like the battery, the sound, the fingerprint reader, the connections, etc.

Returning to OnePlus 8, little else is known about the technical specifications of that terminal. Beyond her focus on video games and its full color scale, intelligent calibration with an automatic brightness adjustment of 2096 levels and a 10-bit color screen effect.

What stand out most from OnePlus, and for that they have gathered the press today, is to talk about their OLED touch panel with 2K resolution, refresh rate of 120 Hz, something perfect for video games, and a sensitivity of 240 Hz, the highest in today's market in terms of mobile phones.

The sensitivity at 240 Hz on this OnePlus screen goes one step further in regards to mobile panels. That the screen of this smartphone is able to reach this level, makes it possible for we break down the myth that the human eye only perceives 60 FPS (frames per second). Because in the case of screens with 240 Hz, the human eye perceive a stronger image reaching 240 FPS.

One thing that has attracted attention in recent hours is the OnePlus Concept One that was presented at CES 2020. We do not know if this feature reach the OnePlus 8 or higher.

This feature, for those who do not know, can hide the cameras. That is, as long as they are not used, the cameras are hidden. But not in the same way as in the competition that used mechanisms to take out the camera, be it pop-up, shark fin, emergent, etc. but in OnePlus they have chosen the innovation of a smart glass which is also used by Mercedes McLaren on its sunroofs.

Be that as it may, the OnePlus 8 an has not been presented and has already raised expectations to its maximum power. Hopefully it does not disappoint and is an improved version of the already known OnePlus 7.

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