OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro: DisplayMate tested the screen, even before the announcement

A few days before the OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro presentation conference, the brand unveils on Weibo the characteristics of the screen that will be used on the smartphones.

The OnePlus 9 Pro

The OnePlus 9 Pro // Source: Pete Lau

The presentation of the OnePlus 9 range is the next unmissable event in the field of smartphones. In the meantime, and as usual, the brand can not help but multiply the teasers to whet its fans’ appetite, and unveils more and more on its next devices. The latest was published on Weibo, the Chinese social network, and concerns the screen that will equip the OnePlus 9.

LTPO up to 120Hz and 2K +

On the message published on Weibo, and relayed by GSMArena, we can read that the screen of the OnePlus 9 will be an OLED screen with an LTPO which allows the panel to consume less energy than the more traditional LTPS or IGZO.

The screen would have a refresh rate capable of going from 5 Hz to 120 Hz to really adapt to all situations and offer great fluidity of display when necessary. Mention is also made of a “2K +” definition which does not mean much. We imagine that it is actually a definition close to QHD, 2560 x 1440 pixels in an elongated format as often on smartphones.

DisplayMate review

Still on the publication of OnePlus, we learn that the brand has already offered the DisplayMate site to assess the quality of the screen. The site would have given the screen of the OnePlus 9 an excellent A +. It is not very surprising, the OLED screens of the smartphones High end products have become excellent over the years, and those from OnePlus are no exception.

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For the rest of the smartphone, we will have to wait for its presentation to learn more and in particular to discover its price.

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