Superior visual quality and viewing comfort has promised OnePlus with its next-generation 120 Hz display, which was developed in conjunction with Samsung.
According to a blog post signed by its CEO, Pete Lau, the AMOLED screen meets the most stringent industry specifications.
It uses the last generation of organic light emitting materials, with a maximum brightness of more than 1000 nits and a much longer useful life. In addition, we have raised the frequency of tactile sampling to an industry high of 240 Hz for a more responsive experience, he added.
The company's research and development (R&D) team also developed an exclusive optimization solution, capable of increasing its speed by 7 percent.
In the tests, the 120 Hz display of OnePlus has yielded significantly better results than other high-frequency update screens existing in the industry in click, displacement and precision response measures, the senior executive said.
According to the representative of the Chinese firm, many applications can now take full advantage of the new 120 Hz update frequency.
Regarding the videos, since the majority is produced at 24 fps or 30 fps, OnePlus included microelectrometry technology (MEMC) to offer a more fluid reproduction.
Present in high-end televisions, the formula uses real-time algorithmic settings to insert additional frames into a video file, allowing something shot at 24 or 30 fps to play at 60 or even 120 fps, Lau explained.
Considering the technical difficulties to implement such technology in mobile phones, the manufacturer has managed to raise frame rates to 60 or even 120 fps with low power consumption, providing a fluid viewing experience.
Based on the index of the barely noticeable color difference (JNCD), OnePlus added that the screen offers greater color accuracy.
Professional screens can achieve a JNCD of less than 2, with some high-end models that reach less than 1. OnePlus was able to achieve a ratio less than 0.8 on the 120 Hz screen, detailed.
The input also offers support for 10-bit color, providing 1,024 shades of each primary color and 1.07 billion (1.07 billion) of possible colors. The figure represents 64 times more colors than those admitted in conventional smart phone devices.
The manufacturer did not give clues about the equipment that could adopt its latest innovation.