120 Hz Fluid Display Quiz: Win a OnePlus hoodie!

  1. Harsha_PV
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    SWAPPYONE , via OnePlus 7 Mirror Gray , Jan 20, 2020 :
    Done are ready all geared for the new OnePlus hoodie.
    Would be a great suprise for Republic Day celebrations.
    Happy New Year Guys.....
    Hope more people win this... but it's the three Lucky Musketeers who will get Lucky this New Year.
    @dsmonteiro Great one people are going crazy Insane over 120Hz Kickstarter Year Great One OnePlus love the way People are so passionate about new tech served truly fresh and sizzling by OnePlus Tech Cooking factory.

    My Answer to Day1 Qn. would be:
    -The 120Hz Display panel will redefine the living standards of people.
    -True HDR content redefined really waiting for it to show up soon.
    -With 90Hz OnePlus scored Display Mate's A+, now I guess people there would be busy coming up with something in as to place the 120Hz panel above and beyond 90Hz.
    -OnePlus said "90Hz-A Buttery Smooth Experience" , really confused as to what they have to say about it this time.
    -PlayStation (Opps!!🤷) is a thing of past since Mobile gaming is a thing, now with 120Hz I'm glad we are moving on but I'm sure this will leave something behind as well.Hmm guys what's your catch!?
    -120Hz is truly "CAN'T GO BACK".

    Last edited: Jan 21, 2020

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  6. cdnfarmer
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    cdnfarmer , Jan 20, 2020 :
    • Overall usability, smooth and fast navigation.
    • Viewing movies or fast action movement more realistic (especially when captured in a similar way)
    • Gaming.

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  8. manuel19
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    manuel19 , via OnePlus 7 Pro , Jan 20, 2020 :
    I'm pretty sure no one will. 😅 I thought the same for myself when buying the 7pro but after a while.. you really can't go back. And I've heard this a lot of times from others as well. ;)

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    raomohit2001 , via OnePlus 6 , Jan 20, 2020 :
    Increasing the touch sampling rate would drastically increase the smoothness and responsiveness in animations just like we saw in 2018 when apple introduced screens with 120 Hz touch sampling rate.

    But this time, this would be twice as good as that...


    Would love to use the OnePlus 8 Pro.

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  15. manuel19
    KitKat Jan 20, 2020

    manuel19 , via OnePlus 7 Pro , Jan 20, 2020 :

    I agree, I don't think the difference will be that big again, but I think it might be the 'max'. Like 120Hz with a 240Hz touch sampling rate? I don't think we'll feel a big difference to anything that's about to come after. :D

    Needs? I'm not sure if this is needed, but by thinking like this, technology wouldn't evolve! (never settle) :p

    Thanks, you too! :)

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    Yash_ , via OnePlus 7 Pro , Jan 20, 2020 :
    I am super excited about the higher touch sampling rate. After experiencing the fluidity of the OnePlus 7 Pro's 90 Hz display, it's very exciting to see the impact an even higher refresh rate would have on a phone's screen.

    I think a higher touch sampling rare would primarily benefit in the overall visual use of the smartphone. The increased smoothness would make simple activities like scrolling even more fluid to look at. If games allow it, it would also completely elevate the experience of playing games on a mobile device.

    I'm really excited to see what OnePlus plans on doing with this new display and how they plan on implementing it into their phones so users can make the best use of it.

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