It will go to new flagships.
According to information from OnePlus, the new smartphone panel will use 10 bit color depth, which means it will be from the very beginning HDR 10 compliant. The Verge informs that OnePlus cooperated with Samsung in the creation of its new display. The company also optimized individual elements of the Android interface to make the screen work smoothly and smoothly. Interestingly, the slides presented by the Chinese manufacturer indicate that the Fluid Display for smartphones uses solutions known so far from full-fledged TVs.
OnePlus held a screen technology communication meeting, announced a 120Hz 2K + screen, and more screen optimization details. pic.twitter.com/5hqsxhUtQQ
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OnePlus's Fluid Display is also able to achieve brightness of 1000 nits – it is a very good result and a sign that you will not have to worry about screen visibility in virtually all conditions.
The head of OnePlus told reporters that Fluid Display will debut in the upcoming OnePlus 8 and the screen itself will be the best that will appear on the market in 2020.
It remains only to ask the question … how will all this translate into the energy consumption of the smartphone itself? More frequent image refreshment may raise doubts as to the device's operating time on a single charge. We have already seen problems related to this issue with several smartphones during 2019 – also those directly from OnePlus.
May OnePlus apply to the maximum of his work. The final effects can be really good.