It looks like OnePlus may finally make 120 Hz mobile phones more cost effective– since its upcoming OnePlus 8T will include that greater refresh rate, the company verified today. The OnePlus 7T did the exact same thing last year, by bringing the OnePlus 7 Pro’s 90 Hz screen to $599
While we do not understand rather how much the OnePlus 8T will cost, 120 Hz screens typically come at a premium: the OnePlus 8 Pro and Samsung’s Galaxy S20 each expense $1,000 to begin; gaming phones such as Asus’ $900 ROG Phone II and the $800 Razer Phone 2 also have 120 Hz screens, but to go less expensive you ‘d have to find a sale. Regardless Of Apple not launching a phone with a 120 Hz (yet), its iPad Pro model with the greater refresh rate likewise costs $800
OnePlus CEO Pete Lau informed TechRadar that the OnePlus 8T’s screen will likewise “dominate the front of the handset with a screen-to-body ratio of 91.9%.” For comparison: the OnePlus 8 Pro’s screen takes up 90.8 percent of the phone, the OnePlus 8 uses up 88.7 percent, and the OnePlus Nord’s display screen takes up 86.7 percent.
Lau likewise claims the OnePlus 8T screen can hit 1,100 nits, so if you are using your phone and it is exceptionally intense outside, you probably won’t be squinting your eyes attempting to react to a text in a brightly-lit location. That’s only somewhat more than the OnePlus 7T’s 1000 nits, though.
OnePlus plans to reveal the OnePlus 8T on October 14 th The business has not validated what type of specifications the phone will have, but Android Central reported the phone’s battery will be a little larger at 4,500 mAh, compared to the OnePlus 8’s 4,300 mAh battery.