Deep Dive | Let's talk screens

  1. akks
    KitKat Mar 17, 2021

    akks , Mar 17, 2021 :
    Wow, I love that TUFH more than PQRS. The VHKL technology is mind-blowing too. WTF dears! Better than FAIL is never settle

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  2. Pravin2999
    Honeycomb Mar 17, 2021

  3. dinamoski
    Gingerbread Mar 17, 2021

    dinamoski , Mar 17, 2021 :
    LCD screens are not that bad. Amoled is more marketing. Looks great in the shop and the colours pop. But pictures look oversaturated, unnatural and off.
    Am interested in the oneplus 9 but hope the screens are easier on the eyes?
    Tried the Nord and that just gave me eyestrain. Couldn't look at it after 5 mins...

  4. Tokolozi
    Most Original Avatar Mar 17, 2021

    Tokolozi , Mar 17, 2021 :
    You have different calibrations available for you on most amoled devices, the default one on most phones is an oversaturated version, but can easily be changed in settings to a more color accurate version.

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  5. BTobias_KK
    Gingerbread Mar 17, 2021

    BTobias_KK , Mar 17, 2021 :
    you can adjust the colour profile of the display if the colours are too vibrant its called natural/balanced etc. it really does bring the colours back to a real life level. maybe you need to tweak brightness or other settings for the eye strain.

  6. dinamoski
    Gingerbread Mar 17, 2021

    dinamoski , via OnePlus Community App , Mar 17, 2021 :
    I did try changing the colour balance. Not too sure whether it's how amoled produces the white. To me the backlight or the whites didn't look clean and seemed hazy. After a while I couldn't look at the screen. Went back to my old phone with LCD. No issues.
    Oneplus suggested to turn on DC dimming but that feature wasn't enabled.

  7. Tokolozi
    Most Original Avatar Mar 17, 2021

    Tokolozi , Mar 17, 2021 :
    DC dimming generally decreases flicker (especially with whites) so it could help.

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  8. dinamoski
    Gingerbread Mar 17, 2021

    dinamoski , Mar 17, 2021 :
    Not really a fan of curved screens either. Hope the 9 pro has less of a curve.

  9. sreevnit
    Froyo Mar 17, 2021


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  11. A.Woodbury
    Gingerbread Mar 17, 2021

  12. Adam@OnePlus
    Froyo Mar 17, 2021

    Adam@OnePlus , via OnePlus 8T , Mar 17, 2021 :
    Very interesting. I'm personally very happy with the display of my 8t, particularly 120hz operation. I already get excellent battery life so this next step up is going to be exciting to see.

    Although I can sense some display envy creeping up on me. 😅


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  14. TibiTibi
    Photography Expert Mar 17, 2021

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  15. Waffle Toaster
    Gingerbread Mar 17, 2021

    Waffle Toaster , Mar 17, 2021 :
    I'm hoping so. Reading XDA's review of the Oppo X3 Pro's screen has me interested in the 0.9 nits of brightness whereas one of my complaints when it comes to the 8T is it being garishly bright at lowest light.

  16. WASIM OnePlus
    Gingerbread Mar 17, 2021

  17. My first OnePlus 5T
    Jelly Bean Mar 17, 2021

    My first OnePlus 5T , Mar 17, 2021 :
    Thanks @Kinder L. for the deep dive in display technology! Can't wait for the launch event on march 23, for everything to come out.

  18. malidan
    Nougat Mar 18, 2021

    malidan , Mar 18, 2021 :
    Sharp drop the first 120hz screen in 2015 and introduced several before OP came with their copy
    For some reason you seemed to have forgotten the Razer phone with 120 Hz in 2017/18
    You have also chosen to forget the the ROG 1 arrived with a 90 Hz Amoled in 2018.
    So if memory serve me, Sharp produced 2 maybe 3 debives before the OP7P, 2 form Razer and 1 Asus. That makes at least 6 Highrefresh rate device on the market before the OP7 Pro.
    So tell me again who followed OP.

  19. E1616028648809
    Cupcake Mar 18, 2021