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Deep Dive: 120 Hz Fluid Display – the best you’ll lay eyes on in 2020

  1. harshil1903
    Ice Cream Sandwich Feb 10, 2020

    harshil1903 , via OnePlus 7T , Feb 10, 2020 :
    If you're not ready don't pitch. Why would anyone bring something that's not gonna be used by anything? It's just a gimmick. Yes, 60 to 90 was impressive and clearly noticable. 90 to 120, I'm sure no one's gonna be noticing the difference enough.
     

  2. Peewee29
    Cupcake Feb 10, 2020

    Peewee29 , via OnePlus 6 , Feb 10, 2020 :
    Oh I'm sorry. you're stuck at 90hz whilst I've already adapted to 120hz on the rog 2 and my 144hz monitor...talking about I'm not ready lmfao. xD. smartphones take time to adapt, just like the removal of the headphone jack, no one uses it nowdays.
     

  3. Mustasim
    Ice Cream Sandwich Feb 10, 2020

    Mustasim , via OnePlus 5T , Feb 10, 2020 :
    definitely I got prob with my eyes! its too complicated for me to realise the difference! 60hz to 90hz... i could not... thanks to help me out this time. i should be able to see the realities now with huge differences ...
     

  4. G1520443196680
    Cupcake Feb 11, 2020



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  6. Federico Prencipe
    Gingerbread Feb 14, 2020

    Federico Prencipe , Feb 14, 2020 :
    Yes but I really do hope they fix the other 1000 problems instead of just advertising improvements, thechnology and "never settling" of some unnecessary features.
    Of course is an amazing to have frature (I have a 165Hz monitor for my pc so I know the feeling) but you can do such "finesse" only when you have the bases, the crucial things working properly, battery life, camera, stability, ram management...
     

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  7. Mustasim
    Ice Cream Sandwich Feb 14, 2020

    Mustasim , via OnePlus 5T , Feb 14, 2020 :
    nice thought. :)

    well they are talking about prototype. kind of RND. obviously they are going to work on your said issue also. after all they all are caring on commerce also.
     

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  8. Federico Prencipe
    Gingerbread Feb 14, 2020

    Federico Prencipe , Feb 14, 2020 :
    Having a high refresh rate display bring some inevitable problems, i.e. the higher battery drain because the GPU has to work harder. Adding this to an already not optimized software could only bring more and more problem.
     

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  9. Mustasim
    Ice Cream Sandwich Feb 14, 2020

    Mustasim , via OnePlus 5T , Feb 14, 2020 :
    fully agreed. but again I am optimistic on advent tech of new battery cell. 🙂
     

  10. Federico Prencipe
    Gingerbread Feb 14, 2020

    Federico Prencipe , Feb 14, 2020 :
    Sure! But nowadays we must rely on the good "old" Lithium and a 5Ah battery with a good optimization should be enought to close a lighthearted day with no worries about "arriving short at dinner"
     

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  11. aabirla
    Cupcake Feb 14, 2020


  12. Mustasim
    Ice Cream Sandwich Feb 14, 2020

    Mustasim , via OnePlus 5T , Feb 14, 2020 :
    true fact. thanks for your foresightness!

    i am inspired
     

  13. Dev_Rajpoot
    Cupcake Feb 15, 2020

  14. soccastar123
    Froyo Feb 19, 2020 at 7:36 PM

    soccastar123 , Feb 19, 2020 at 7:36 PM :
    lol compared to most other manufacturers like Samsung, Sony, Xaomi, etc this software is pretty damn optimized. It's a hell of a lot better than stock Android too
     

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  15. Federico Prencipe
    Gingerbread Feb 19, 2020 at 8:24 PM

    Federico Prencipe , Feb 19, 2020 at 8:24 PM :
    It's just lighter, not more optimized. With my Note 8 I could get over 5h of SOT with 3300mAh of battery and a way more power hungry CPU.
    With Android 9 it was fine but with Andorid 10 not at all, now the situation is getting a bit better but still far below. Without talking about all the system around the phone (Samsung cloud, assistant, AOD, notes, gallery ecc), the camera quality, updates and so on...I refer to Samsung as an example, Huawei with EMUI is the same, ios is the same
     

  16. V1544387248968
    Froyo Feb 21, 2020 at 2:41 AM


  17. Federico Prencipe
    Gingerbread Feb 21, 2020 at 1:19 PM

    Federico Prencipe , Feb 21, 2020 at 1:19 PM :
    Yes, nice phone but it won't be anything special. They're copying and pasting from 7 Pro, 7T Pro just changed a little bit the camera and now with 8 Pro they added some sensors with camera and changed 855 with 865.
    Camera software is still poorly optimized, same for ram management, there is no AOD and other features implemented in other brand phones. They all are great phones but in order to create a real flagship phone you must innovate
     

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  18. Mustasim
    Ice Cream Sandwich Feb 21, 2020 at 6:02 PM

    Mustasim , via OnePlus 5T , Feb 21, 2020 at 6:02 PM :
    this is very normal. we have very less scope to improve in a short time for a giant leap and drastic changes . and this is also a trick! admit it or not.

    but you got your point. no need of releasing every after six months. one year or more could save our pocket and stamina also.
     

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  19. bobsta
    Gingerbread Feb 22, 2020 at 9:32 AM

    bobsta , via OnePlus 7T Pro , Feb 22, 2020 at 9:32 AM :
    Really well summarised. Innovation is really important in differentiating yourself from other manufacturers. Don't know if you've seen the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro but if OnePlus' 8 Pro doesn't come anywhere near that phone in terms of price and performance especially camera wise, OnePlus will be in real trouble and could end up like HTC.
     

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  20. Federico Prencipe
    Gingerbread Feb 22, 2020 at 9:56 AM

    Federico Prencipe , Feb 22, 2020 at 9:56 AM :
    I've just seen it, not in deep but that was enought. DXomark gave him astonishing score and it looks beautiful...yes, OP must find its way. They used to do top quality/cost phones, with 7 Pro they decided to raise the level but if you do that you must create a no compromise phone and support it in any possible way. If my 500$ phone doesn't take amazing pictures I don't care, I bought it for another reason (speed, reliability...see OP 6T) but if my 760$ phone sold as a flagship with no compromises, amazing display, camera and quality is way lower than other flagship (and not only flagship...) I do care, this is not good at all.
    Maybe OP is not able yet to create more than two phones per year, and if you think about it they're not two really different models, just an update of the previous one as the T version has always been. In fact the 7 is just a 6T with some small upgrades, the 7T Pro is identical to the 7 Pro by any meaning except for a minor upgrade to the camera. Now OP 8 Pro seems to be a 7T Pro with a newer CPU and a slightly different camera. They are recycling older models, just making a real new model per year, the 7 Pro and the 7T.
     

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